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Marc Reece

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Marc Reece

Marc Reece is the Director of Digital Strategy at Artinium Communications in Warwick Rhode Island. He has over 15 years of tactical sales and marketing experience. He uses applied knowledge, analytical thinking and business savvy to give practical solutions to today’s complex digital marketing problems.

His passion is helping small businesses maximize their web presence, brand and message through SEO, Social Media, Conversion, Inbound Marketing, Blogging, Content Creation and Digital Strategy.

Marc graduated from Johnson and Wales University in 2002 with a degree and a dream. Once he graduated from the College Of Culinary Arts he took his prior business experience, love of food, entrepreneurial spirit and opened a small artesian bread bakery in Wellesley Massachusetts.

The experience he gained owning and operating a small business has become an invaluable when he consults with clients today.

Marc says, “I think it is important to understand how to run a business before you can understand how to help someone else’s market their business. We also need to remember that we are marking to people not just demographics.”

Marc works hard staying on top of current marketing trends and best practices. He doesn’t believe in taking shortcuts and works hard to keep his client’s message human and relatable.