A bit about me before I get
to know you!
I have a passion for helping people package their knowledge into an online course. If you're a coach, author, speaker or have a skill to share, I can help you how to build a platform, grow an audience and publish your content online.
My clients have been featured in
I've created over 20 training DVDs for various clients, produced my own information products as online course, DVDs, generated thousands of leads in multiple niches and worked behind some of the biggest membership sites online during 2008.
I've been marketing online for over 10 years and lucky enough to see behind the scenes of some large scale membership sites in both the US and UK.
Day to day
I'm the content marketer here at OptimizePress where I produce new content, research marketing strategies, record new training videos and create new material to help existing customers grow their businesses.
I started my marketing career after I purchasing my first MemberGate license where I learned all about building membership sites.
Membership Sites & Courses
MemberGate was one of the first subscription based software solutions at the time and it was used by the best marketers out there.
Ryan Lee, Jeff Walker, Tellman Knudson, Jeff Johnson, Chris Farrell, Zach Even-Esh, Joe Polish just to name a few. I was lucky enough to see behind the scenes of some the smartest marketing minds and watched some very big product launches happen live.
At this time I was developing my marketing knowledge and teaching other people how to market products online while working in my day job at Dell Tech Support.
The 9-5 (you're a number) sit at the desk, didn't really seem right. It was a job!
Wouldn't you rather be doing something you love and get paid?
After getting my degree and quitting work for Dell I returned to freelancing, supporting MemberGate clients and producing more online courses and digital products.
I love being able to work from any location in the world. Producing my own information products and coaching clients.
It's never actually felt like work.