About Brad MillerBrad Miller is a digital marketing consultant based in Knoxville, TN, where he lives with his wife and two daughters. His passion since he was in middle school has been technology and figuring out how things work and the “why” behind their existence. More often than not, this curiosity had less than desirable results; but was a huge influence in the path he took after graduation. This passion is the main reason why he decided on a career in digital marketing. Brad’s main focus is on the integration and execution of marketing automation for small to medium size businesses who are looking for sustainable growth. Having nearly a decade of experience in marketing strategy, he has worked with over seventy-five small businesses to assist them in going digital and growing their business in the new online economy. You can connect with Brad on Twitter and Google +.
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