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Another must see in Milwaukee, the MItchell Domes #milwaukee #mke http://county.milwaukee.gov/MitchellParkConserva10116.htm
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory - The Domes - Where you can experience a tropical jungle, an African desert and a themed floral garden, all in one afternoon
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When I told people that I was headed up to visit Milwaukee, I was met with an overwhelming “Why?” I kind of get it. Nobody just goes to Milwaukee on …
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Such an amazing resource for data and research from Google! https://think.withgoogle.com/databoard/ Graphs, Charts and Infographics all provided.  #ppcchat #ppc #adwords #google #marketing #research  
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Milwaukee's beloved sports team http://milwaukee.brewers.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=mil
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BIG Reason why Milwaukee is Awesome: http://www.summerfest.com/ Summerfest! #MKE  
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1) The people - they are caring and friendly 2) Since Milwaukeans are so diverse, they are never dull 3) Our lovely lakefront and beautiful beaches 4) Lively festivals introduce us to so many cultures 5) Milwaukee has a small town feel with big city appeal. 6) It has four distinct seasons ...
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CEO + Head of Paid Search (PPC)
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PPC, SEM, Paid Search, Online Marketing
Employment
  • Granular
    President & CEO, 2014 - present
  • Freelance PPC
    Online Marketing Services PPC, 2007 - 2014
  • Minnesota School of Business & Globe College
    Director of Paid Search, 2013 - 2014
  • Rasmussen College
    Senior Marketing Manager, Paid Search, 2012 - 2013
  • Best Buy
    Lead, Paid Search Marketing Analyst, 2011 - 2012
  • Zeon Solutions
    Senior Search Marketing Specialist, 2010 - 2011
  • Zeon Solutions
    SEM Specialist, 2010 - 2010
  • Lightburn Designs
    SEM / SEO Specialist, 2009 - 2010
  • John M Ellsworth Company, INC
    eCommerce Marketing Manager, 2007 - 2009
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Internet Marketing Pro, PPC Search Marketing in Minneapolis + Milwaukee
Introduction

I am passionate about Search Engine Marketing and eCommerce Strategy. I enjoy comedy, writing, and hope to live near a beach some day...for short walks.

I am an advanced Google Analytics, AdWords, Yahoo! PPC and MSN Ad Center user. I stay away from the term Expert, because there’s always more to learn in this rapidly changing industry. I can boast clickthrough rates in the high teens and monthly eCommerce conversion rates of up to 18%. 

Continuously testing ad copy, keywords, and other pay-per-click strategies yields great returns for my clients. I’m also very experienced and passionate about: email marketing strategy on multiple platforms and for multiple industries, affiliate marketing, copywriting, organic SEO, social media strategy, and web analytics. I am a qualified AdWords advertising and analytics professional by Google.

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Paid Search Advertising
Reporting And Analysis
Email Marketing
Affiliate Marketing

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Manage millions of dollars of PPC spend per year. Most spent in 1 Day: $350,000
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Minneapolis, MN
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Gresham, WI / Marseilles, IL - womb, Illinois, Wisconsin - Milwaukee, WI
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Beautiful, amazing service, immaculately clean and upper class. We recently had our honeymoon at the Reserve, which is part of Paradisus in Punta Cana. I would highly recommend the Reserve over the main hotel simply because the rooms are better, the service is better and you still get access to the main hotel, beaches, pools and restaurants. It doesn't work the other way around though. So the Reserve is all the main hotel has to offer plus more! The restaurants are good, but you will need to go to the main resort to go to most of the restaurants, night life, the beach and other activities. That being said, the Reserve has a huge network of swimming pools, 3 bars, 3 or 4 restaurants, a nice workout and spa facility, and is fully all-inclusive. The main hotel is only a 2 minute ride or 10 minute walk from the Reserve. There are golf cart shuttles moving around constantly, all you do is tell them you want to go to the beach or main lobby and they whisk you away. The Reserve is more family friendly than the main hotel, but it wasn't annoying for non-parents. There were plenty of people hanging out without kids. We will return. We loved it and it was an overall amazing experience.
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Somewhat sketchy but very good deals. We bought a dryer from a scratch and dent retailer in Milwaukee only to find out (too late) that this Sears Outlet had better dryers for less money. We found out because we bought our oven from this location. Very good deal on the oven, however they charge for delivery and takeaway which wasn't great. Overall, it's not a lovely store in a nice location but you'll get good deals.
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reviewed a month ago
We stayed here once and have drank here many times. The rooms are very nicely done and feel like a high-end SOHO loft...but with a tough Harley rider edge to it. The hotel is industrial-sheik, if that's a thing. Very beautiful timber and iron. The bar is a similar story. Very cool decor and a great variety of drinks. The specialty drinks will mostly run you in the $9 to $14 range, but they are indeed a treat. Speaking of treats, they also have a nice menu of food for a bar, or for anywhere for that matter. Beyond that, they have a nice restaurant with full menu and amazing service. I recommend this hotel to everyone that comes to town. And even if you're not staying there, the bar and food are worth a visit.
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Love this place. Great happy hour deals, casual and inviting environment. If you like art or not, it's a good place to chill with friends. Parking isn't too bad either, there are usually open spots on the street.
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Very friendly service and a big selection of nice tile. I would say high-end tile, but there are actually some nice deals to be found here. I've worked with a few tile installers and they said that the tile had to be from Lexco, and they would not work with The Tile Shop tile products. So, when it comes from a professional tile setters mouth, I believe that there's something about the quality of the tile that is also good. Overall very nice and a good place to find tile. The downside is that they don't work directly with tile installers, but they do give you a list of local companies to help you out.
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This is my go-to Elite gym since it has the largest weight training area. I like it and continue to go, but...it's OLD. It is SO old. I don't think they've updated it since the '80s. Charging $90 a month is kind of a joke for what you get, it feels like an old men's club of yesteryear. Again, that Also being said, I like the place. It serves it's purpose. That's why I gave it 4 stars. *There is a rumor that they will be remodeling in late 2015 or early 2016. I was there at lunch today (April 15th, 2015) and people were taking measurements of all of the space. So it looks promising. If this place gets renovated it would be a 5/5.
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Fair prices and a good selection. They have a huge warehouse that you can walk through to browse at slabs of granite. The people working there were very helpful and respected out privacy when we wanted a few minutes to browse the options by ourselves. Take into account the extras. Edge finishes cost extra, sink and faucet costs extra, and removal of your current countertop costs extra. But, even with the extra fees we ended up with a great deal on a very nice granite counter. I'd recommend this place.
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