An avid geek, Nathan (a.k.a. the #AdNinja) has over 10 years of web design & marketing experience with a strong background in the lean startup industry. He is currently the Growth Hacker for LawKick, a legal marketplace created with the mission to make legal help more accessible & affordable for all.
Previous startups he has worked with include brands such as MadMimi, InfluAds, as well as larger corporations including Sprint Mobile & Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler. Before his years in marketing, he spent his time touring the United States as an Organizational Communications and public speaking coach & author.
His guiding principle in both growth & marketing is a simple fact that many fail to see:
People follow people, not websites.
His secret? Coffee in the morning and scotch at night!
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