Company: Digital Denizens Design & Marketing
— Bio —
Eric Chapman is an accomplished marketing and information technology professional with over 15 years of experience. Eric began with a degree in computer networking, with a concentration in business systems and was quickly certified by Microsoft as a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist. Fresh out of college, the horrible events of the attack on the World Trade Centers occurred and technology jobs were suddenly difficult to come by. Eric had worked in sales and marketing in previous jobs, so turned his efforts there. It isn’t by mistake that merging technology with marketing came natural to Eric. He quickly became certified, with honors, by the Inbound Marketing University and completed an e-Marketing certificate at a local college. He is also certified by social media dashboard giant HootSuite.com. Marketing and Sales is something that definitely comes naturally to Mr. Chapman. He loves to tell a story about how he sold a tube of dog urine for hundreds of dollars to the federal government. Yes, that is a true story ladies and gentlemen. Eric is also an independent student of linguistics. Regarding this, he says, “Have you ever seen that painting from René Magritte that states “This is Not a Pipe”? That type of thinking gets me so excited. Semantics and semiotics are the foundation of our understanding and communication. Because of this, they are very relevant to marketing.” Are you looking for a marketer who truly thinks outside of the box? If you’re a small business owner, who despite being passionate about your business, just feels stuck at the moment, then Eric is your turn-to guy. He’s adopted the tagline “The swiss army knife of small business marketing” and nothing could be more accurate. No matter the problem, Eric seems to have a solution. For this the world of small business is very fortunate to have a gifted marketing professional like Eric Chapman.
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