Jeffrey Lane Romero or the climb of a SEO & digital marketing entrepreneur? I’m a marketer by day and co-founder of an agency called Octiv Digital. I am an SEO professional with a wealth of experience managing local and enterprise campaigns. I’ve also spent quite a bit of time crafting large-scale marketing campaigns for online retailers who use pay-per-click ads, product listing ads and other strategies. When I’m not spending my time as a Sacramento SEO and digital marketer, I’m a drummer, outdoors enthusiast (hiking, mountain biking, kayaking) and dad to three of the best rescue pups. Take a look around and drop me a line if I can help you with anything!
Jeff Romero is a SEO manager and his education includes Courses included Internet Marketing & eCommerce, Marketing Management, International Marketing, Marketing Research, Advertising & Public Relations, Business Statistics, Business Writing and Strategic Management. Completed marketing research project for development and budgeting of new IT services for the David Eccles School of Business (2008) Completed trade marketing / brand promotion internship for Utah-based airline (SkyWest Airlines). Managed live Google Adwords campaigns and budgeting for local auto dealerships as part of semester project.
Jeff Romero about himself : After spending ~10 years in various in-house enterprise marketing manager roles and managing a pool of clients on the side, I am now the proud co-founder of a digital marketing agency called Octiv. We support key business decision makers with high growth marketing campaigns focused on improving their ROI.
We understand first-hand how marketing dollars need to be used and do everything possible to give you the best return for your spend (ROAS). Whether you are evaluating costs of migrating a website or trying to figure out the value of launching new campaigns through Google Ads, we’re here to help. We’ll also provide comprehensive analyses and reporting for you to share with all stake holders involved in your company’s marketing efforts.
Jeff Romero, cofounder of Octiv Digital, agreed that brands and digital marketing teams need to focus on where the majority of their customers search, which is most likely Google. “However, it’s important to keep alternative search engine trends in mind, especially while reviewing Google Analytics data.” There’s a chance your brand could receive some relevant traffic on another search engine that’s worth looking into. “While there’s nothing wrong with ads, searchers are starting to feel claustrophobic when using Google search. Consumers are losing trust that the results are most relevant to them, and not who has paid the most for a better Google ranking,” said Kevin Geary, COO of Hamon Creative. “Given these changes, search engines like DuckDuckGo are becoming more and more appealing to the average searcher.” See additional details at Jeff Romero.