- This is my personal blog. It is focused on digital marketing, social media, and branding and will occasionally digress to other topics of my choice. I will also try to give product/service reviews as well as list resources that help marketers and small businesses alike.
- My goal is to create insightful, relevant strategies that you can utilize to build your audience and convert them to customers. So, if you are looking to develop or improve your digital marketing efforts, then this blog is for you!
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Like you, Juntae DeLane has seen the digital landscape change drastically. As the Digital Brand Manager for the University of Southern California, he creates vision and strategy for the Admission and Financial Aid department’s digital and online platforms. His passions for digital marketing, trends, and creativity serve to further his quest to help businesses grow their platform. Juntae has experience working within a management or consultant capacity for brands such as Coca-Cola, Sony, Verizon, NBCUniversal, and Paramount Pictures.
His breadth and depth of experience across industries has made him a sought-after campaign strategist and consultant. As a result, Juntae founded Digital DeLane, a digital marketing consultancy focused on helping businesses to reach, engage and convert their target audiences. Juntae is also a public speaker and blogger that loves to share his insight on digital marketing techniques.
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