Daxon’s career focus is building internet businesses and websites that improve the relationships between potential customers and businesses. Often businesses see a relationship beginning and ending with a transaction. But the real relationship begins well before. We can forget that when a customer sees our ad or visits our site that he or she is interacting with a brand, a personality they either connect with or move on. As we all know, price is important, but that’s not the total package needed to maximize profitability. Instead, a powerful package must include a strong brand and loyal fan base. Developing relationships goes beyond marketing presentations or enticements. It is a culture. It is a vision. It’s a personality.
Daxon has an MBA in eBusiness development and over 15 years of web marketing and development experience. Currently a web strategist and SEO manager for Foundations Recovery Network, helping a 20-person marketing team maximize lead generating conversions and search engine performance for over 135 sites.
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Internet marketing is his passion and he knows the fine balance between managing a company’s interest and pleasing the customer. He has planned and managed various types of online marketing campaigns utilizing his experience in several online marketing areas, including traditional and online word of mouth marketing campaigns, email marketing strategy development, Intranet and Internet website design and development, programming, project management, online surveys, SEO, web analytics, and much more. He has worked with music record labels, non-profits, counseling agencies, and speaks at various conferences on social networking use and SEO management.
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I am an Internet marketer passionate about targeting and monitoring online customer behavior to better ride the balance between serving customer needs and building systems that achieve greater profitability. Learn more about Daxon