Chris has been in the internet marketing industry for over two decades and experienced the internet dot-com boom firsthand. She developed her first website in 1999, programming straight HTML code, and realized she was hooked on this newest innovation, the World Wide Web. She began her career in digital marketing working for DoubleClick, the company that served up the first paid advertising banner ad on Dilbert.com in 1996.
Chris has provided successful SEO and web design consulting both independently and as a part of SEO marketing agency teams for over 15 years, collaborating with businesses of all sizes, from national retailers to mom and pop startups. She is able to help businesses optimize their online presence by incorporating search engine optimization, search engine marketing (PPC), analytics to measure website performance, optimized content creation, email and video marketing, social networking, and text and mobile marketing.
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She brings a background in management and training with an ability to put SEO jargon into laymen’s terms so that business owners are able to understand how search engine optimization strategies improve the organic visibility of websites, reach the right target audience, turn prospects into leads, and turn customers into revenue.
Chris is a Colorado native, has lived all over the Colorado Front Range, and enjoys snowboarding every New Year's Eve. Her undergrad is in Industrial Psychology combined with an MBA from Regis University, which integrates her passion for consumer psychology with marketing and business.
What You Might Find Interesting About Chris
When not optimizing websites, Chris can be found on a soccer pitch on any given weekend with a whistle or a flag in her hand, doing her second favorite passion, refereeing youth soccer. Her favorite experiences have been officiating at the 2022 MLSNext National finals and participating in the Special Olympics soccer games and opening ceremony.
Transplanted to Georgia’s Golden Isles area, she currently heads up a busy household with her husband and three almost “grown & flown” teens/young adults. She was recently named human of the year for 2021 by her rescue dog, Sadie.