I first found inside of our Clubhouse Forums on the site... she was lurking about, being all chatty-cathy and stuff... I read that IRL she does voice acting. That was so interesting to me that I filed it away... and then I came up with the perfect project for her, and it worked out amazing. She helped us to get the #2 app in the travel category being the unbeatable Google Earth! Anyway, she made this behind-the-scenes video I'm happy to share with you. Don't miss her on 's upcoming show soon... !
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"Since September 2010, Marketing Eco has enjoyed managing the The Legal Investigator (TLI) magazine’s design, desktop publishing, and copywriting intro blurbs for the National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI). Marketing Eco handled rebranding the publication for the launch of its new look in the Fall of 2010 and has continued to create high impact graphics for articles and magazine cover. Editors and authors of TLI are legal investigators and members of the NALI. Check out full issues of TLI on marketingeco.com here: http://bit.ly/Rn66Hu"
As seen on Techcrunch: http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/13/are-you-the-family-cto-a-new-soluto-aims-to-...
This new version of Soluto helps turn the family's CTO into a one-person help desk. You can take care of your family member's PCs just with a click of the button. It is quite cool and here founder shows me how it works.
As a kid I was always wowed by what scientists and engineers could do, like putting men on the moon, studying tornadoes by creating small ones in glass cases (Dad brought Tetsuya Fujita a wind velocity meter and I got to tag along to the lab and a very thoughtful Mr. Fujita started up the mini tornado for me), and creating cool gadgets. Mixed in with that I was also a little artist and budding nature lover.
I'm still a kid scientist, artist, and eco scout at heart, curious about how things work, ever tempted to try make things (mostly websites and interactive stuff these days), still wishing for my first robot, reading everything I can get my hands on about the cool things that are being discovered by quantum physicists, piling unused canvases, an easel, and art supplies in a sacred corner of my condo, and my gray matter working out ways to help nudge our global economy in the earth-healthy directions. The fascination with tornadoes didn't go away either. I just renewed my SkyWarn Spotter status so I can call in reportables to the National Weather Service again. :^D
As an adult I entered the international, interactive marketing world in 1990 at NOW
Technologies, then started my own interactive marketing business in March
1999. I rebranded my interactive work as Marketing Eco in May 2009 with
the mission of helping businesses improve their corporate responsibility
in earth friendly and sustainable ways.
Interactive marketing, SEO, social media marketing, podcast / videocast publishing, ebook publishing, sustainable, eco-friendly business practices, corporate responsibility, corporate identity, branding, advertising, web development, copywriting, desktop publishing.
At Intel I developed a content, quality assurance, and geo delivery
process for Intel IT Flex team which ensured that teams localizing
content overseas were receiving content in the format they needed for
translation. The improved format and faster delivery time of my plan
gave the European teams more time to localize content. The European
teams gave me special recognition for researching their needs and
driving the implementation of process improvement. I have to say, I love to make a positive difference, but I think my favorite part was working with people all over the world and thereby helping globally. I also received
special recognition for the creative website content that I developed for
product launches and feature stories, which was the primary focus of my contract at Intel. All the years of marketing, my interest in techie things, and my being a natural story teller kind of came together there. The copy I wrote for Intel's Business Enterprise website about the launch of Execute Disable Bit and Enterprise Security is still being used by Intel (updated of course, since I wrote the original copy back in 2004-2005), and was also used by Microsoft on their website. That was a thrill for a techie geek like me. :^)
At The Walter Mobility Group, Inc., I develop the marketing media that's helped the company to attract partners during the ongoing research and
development phase. Now my Walter Group colleagues and I are bringing The Walter Group into the social media realm. In the future, we hope to bring The Walter Group's super neat vertical takeoff vehicle to market. It's similar to a hovercraft, but without skirts, so more like a Star Wars land speeder. What could be cooler than that? Maybe an opportunity to explore Google+? Absolutely!!
Life is an amazing and ever intriguing journey, and especially now that I'm lucky enough to be trying out Goole+ in the field study. I'm looking forward to another adventure. :^D