- TelerxManager, Content & Community, 2013 - present
- Goldstein Media LLCCreative Director, 2007 - 2013
- Dinkum InteractiveInteractive Evangelist, 2011 - 2012
- SCORE PhiladelphiaSmall Business Technology Counselor, 2011 - 2011
- Addicted To Social MediaFounder and Co-Ediitor, 2009 - 2011
Who Is This Seth Guy Anyway?
Seth Goldstein, has been designing Websites in the Philadelphia area for more than 10 years.
Born and raised in Bucks County, Seth first discovered his love for Web Design as a junior in high school. When he went away to college at the University of Delaware, Seth planned on building his love into a career. Although, soon after entering his sophomore year, he got sidetracked by his new found love of journalism. Although his career ambitions changed, Seth still cultivated his Web design skills and designed sites for a number of professors on campus.
Upon graduation, Seth freelanced for the Bucks County Courier Times until he landed a full-time job at a small evening daily paper in Hanover, Pennsylvania. At the Hanover Evening Sun, Seth covered the night police and emergency beat. He loved his work, but soon burned out from overwork and pure exhaustion.
Seth moved back to Bucks County and started to write again for the Courier Times as a freelance reporter, covering township meetings and local events.
To supplement his meager freelance income, Seth got a job at an international sales company and began learning how to sell products to large corporations and construction firms.
About a year and a half into his new sales career, Seth decided he had enough of the corporate life and went back to his roots, opening his own Internet marketing agency in 2007.
To build upon his self-taught skills, Seth went back to school for his Web design certificate at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. During this time he began building Websites for companies in the Philadelphia area. And well…the rest is history.
Seth codes in schematic, standards-driven xHTML and CSS. He is a big supporter of the Open Source movement and develops Websites for clients using the latest Open Source programs (WordPress, Drupal etc.).
As his company grew, Seth began working in another field he loved, Social Media. He has helped numerous companies develop online strategies to build their corporate brands online.
In March 2013, Seth accepted a position at Telerx as Manager of Content and Community. Here Seth manages the Social Media outreach and community management of not only internal projects, the Social Media engagement for the company's clients.
Organizations and Extra-Curricular Activities
He is an active member of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce , the Philadelphia Area New Media Association (PANMA), the Social Media Club (Philadelphia Chapter), the Doylestown Social Media Roundtable and many more groups.
On a More Personal Note
Seth is married to an amazing woman. They have an amazing baby boy who amazes them everyday.
- University of DelawareHistory & Journalism, 2000 - 2004
- University of the ArtsWeb Design, 2009 - 2010
So GoDaddy bought MediaTemple. Now everything is going to pot. This once good service is starting to really suck. Their (GS) servers are getting clogged and not responding well. They used to be good, but now I think it's time to switch.
GoDaddy has always been good for purchasing domain names, never for hosting. Apparently now that MediaTemple is part of Godaddy, MediaTemple now sucks.
Both services have great tech support, but customer support is only as good as their service. Their support can be outstanding, which it is, but if the service sucks, it doesn't matter.
I think I'll be looking to move my business elsewhere. What a nightmare that'll be. But it seems like it's the best move right now.
Have you experienced this MediaTemple slow down and crap? Let me know in the comments.
PS. Yes I know this happened in October. But it's taking it's toll now.
#mediatemple #godaddy #sucks #hosting #disaster
How the f**k are they going to enforce this one?
you're from France. Can you explain this to me?
Google+ Is Here To Stay. The question is whether or not it will ever take over for Facebook. Rather, should it?
In my opinion it's a completely different beast than most other social networks. It's a place where ideas flourish and grow. It's a place where topics and people who share the same passions connect and evolve.
Google+ is much more than a network, it's a layer on top of the Web. It improves the Web.
What do you think?
This is extremely important. There has been a HUGE hole found in the secure layer of the Internet (no joke). It comprises all passwords. YOU NEED TO GO AND CHANGE ALL YOUR PASSWORDS ASAP.
Many companies have patched the hole, but your passwords might be compromised. Please read more about it here:
Like I said this is serious. I suggest a program like Lastpass (lastpass.com) to help you keep track of all your passwords this will keep them secure and all you need to remember is one password.
Good luck and get those passwords changed NOW!
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