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Bill Bulloch
Works at Senior Services of Georgia
Attended University of Georgia
Lives in Roswell, Ga.
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Occupation
Internet Marketer / Life and Affordable Health Insurance
Employment
  • Senior Services of Georgia
    Producer, 2013 - present
    Offering no and low cost Medicare Advantage and Medicare supplemental insurance, as well as final expense insurance and life insurance. Currently helping the masses navigate the Obamacare and Affordable health care markets.
  • Local Business Marketing Coach
    Internet Marketer, 2010 - present
    Specializing in small business marketing ideas, we'll help you grow your business and increase loyalty with your existing clients.
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Currently
Roswell, Ga.
Previously
Albany, Ga. - Athens, Atlanta, Statesboro
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678-681-1650
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Roswell, Ga. 30075
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Bill Bulloch is an Internet Marketing guy helping to grow you and your brand online.
Introduction
I am a Georgia native who graduated from the University of Georgia. I've lived in various parts of the state, including Albany, where I was born and raised, and all over Atlanta for the last 20 years.
 
Having owned my own business at the age of 22, I learned how the real world operates from a front row seat. The company grew and changed over the 4 years it was in operation, and I was exposed to every facet of the up and down curves of a new business. I followed that into a career in finance, with a progression into the residential mortgage business, and ultimately into the field I love - marketing.
 
I am active in my church, Mount Pisgah UMC. My wife, Kathryn, along with our children, Carrison, Will and Beaumont, also attends Mount Pisgah. We make our home in Roswell.

Along with working full time for an internet marketing ecommerce company, I spend my time working on marketing plans for other people's businesses in my own business. My marketing ideas are often "out-of-the-box" and create great value for diligent implementers. I am also a social marketing consultant, helping businesses and individuals grow and enhance their online presence.

Contact me for your marketing checkup and see what I can suggest to help you. You'll be glad you did.

Thanks for connecting!

Bill Bulloch

Education
  • University of Georgia
    Psychology, 1985 - 1996
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Married
We could not have been more pleased with the inspector (Tommy Anderson) that came to our home. It didn't take him long at all to pronounce our home in excellent shape bug wise. Wood shavings in the attic turned out to be from a new roof, thank goodness! Tommy was thorough and professional, and I'd highly recommend this company should you need help with any critters or pests.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pork was very moist, bark had great flavor, bun was perfect. Mac and cheese was very tasty, though a little more juicy than I expected. I'd eat here again without hesitation.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Hot KK doughnuts are always great, there's no arguing that. Unfortunately the service at this location leaves a lot to be desired. Yesterday my wife and son went in for a dozen and sat down to have one. While they were sitting there, a roach dropped from the ceiling onto the box. She screamed and someone finally came over. He stepped on the roach then went back behind the counter. Didn't even bother to apologize or try to clean it up. When she went to the counter to let him know he probably should clean it up, with a disgusted look on her face, he offered to replace her doughnuts. This kind of customer service does not keep you coming back, only their product keeps them open. Later in the evening, I took 2 children dressed as pirates to the store. It was a pirate promotion day, and the ad said that coming in dressed as a pirate would get you a free dozen doughnuts. Both of my kids were excited as they would have their own dozen. The lady at the counter refused to give them each a dozen, and I saw her do the same thing to a couple more families. The ad didn't offer one dozen per family dressed as pirates, it offered a dozen PER GUEST. I'm sure I didn't have the only disappointed kids. Obviously they would have never eaten a whole dozen, but this would have been snacks and lunch treats for several days. As a long time fan of the doughnuts, it saddens me to know the service is so weak here. That was twice in one day that they failed to practice reasonable customer service.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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'Cue Barbecue is a great place to get a big pork "sammich". Having just had one (again) this weekend, I can report that the meat is tender and juicy, the bun was soft and tasty, and the vinegar sauce was a perfect tongue teaser. Have also had the ribs and they were tender and smoky, and oh so hard to stop eating! The macaroni and cheese is some of the best I've ever had. The service is great, and the staff is friendly. If you're in Alpharetta, 'Cue Barbecue is the place for you to get your bbq, and if you're out of Alpharetta, it's worth at least an hour's drive to get some of this grub.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My first trip to DBA was on a Living Social special for moonshine tasting, bourbon tasting, meat sampling, and sauce making. This was a great trip! I liked the moonshine, bourbon was so-so, but neither of these is made by DBA, so to review the drinks would be silly. The food was very, very good. I've eaten barbecue at most of the places locally and around the state and this meat on this day was as good as any of them. Ribs aren't supposed to fall off the bone, though I understand that's how a lot of people like them. They should stick to the bone just a tiny bit if cooked correctly and these were perfect. The pork was moist and full of flavor, again perfect. The creamed corn was some of the best I've ever had. It's tough to make barbecue exactly the same every time, and most of my favorite places have "missed" a few times, but that doesn't make them any less of a favorite. The chef/owner Matt led the sauce making instruction and his knowledge and passion was clear. I tried a couple of the house sauces and they were good. But in fairness, when making your own sauce that's probably the sauce you'll use and that's what I chose. We tried all the bacons on the menu and all were good. I mean really, what's not to love about bacon? Just having several bacon choices on the menu raises your profile in my book. Try DBA, it was a great choice for me on this night.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Tried them out on a radio station promotion and was less than impressed. The cleaning wasn't very thorough and they sent 1 person who was there for about 3 hours (on an initial clean). Our regular service sent 2 people for 3 hours on a regular schedule. I'd think a first visit warranted a more thorough job to try to add a new customer to the rolls, but that wasn't the case. The house was more clean when the maid left than when she got there, that's my positive takeaway.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago