How I discovered the digital ad industry
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Posted February 07, 2018 03:59:06I’ve always loved to watch the video game ads on TV and wanted to be part of the next generation of video game ad creatives.
So when I got an offer to work at one of the biggest ad agencies in the US, I knew I had to go.
After the initial shock of the hiring process, I realized that I would need to put my feet up and take it seriously.
I was on the hunt for a new gig for a few months, but I ended up settling on a full-time position at AdExchange.
The agency was one of my first jobs after graduation and it was the perfect fit.
It was an awesome opportunity to get to work on projects with some of the industry’s top creatives, including some of my idols at Digital Trends.
After working with many of the top creative teams in the industry, I’ve had a ton of great experiences in the digital space, and I love what I do.
Working at a top-tier digital agency like AdExchanges has always been an amazing experience.
There’s a lot of freedom, and the staff are so professional and knowledgeable.
I’m lucky to work with some amazing people, including director of content, creative director, ad director, creative manager, marketing manager, and more.
My favorite part of working at Adexchanges is working with creative director and creative lead.
The director is incredibly knowledgeable and is always willing to teach me new things about the creative process, whether it’s video games, photography, or even film.
He’s also a huge fan of the art of the ad, and we talk about what we’ve learned in our work, and he gives great tips on how to build a successful ad campaign.
I love working with him, and his passion and knowledge of the digital world is contagious.
He’s also one of many amazing creatives that I work with in the ad world, which makes the job really fun.
You’ll be working with some truly creative creatives like Kevin Saunderson and Mark Cundiff, who have a huge amount of respect for the craft of ad creation.
They’re great at what they do, and have a passion for the creative work.
I also love working alongside people that I think are amazing, like director of advertising and creative director at Deltaworld, Rob Stearns, and editor and creative partner at AdWords.
All of them are great people and I always feel safe with them and know they’ll be doing the right thing.
As for my other creative duties, I’m usually responsible for producing and running ad campaigns on digital platforms like Google, YouTube, and Facebook.
My clients are often more established in their respective industries and I often help them improve their digital marketing practices, which can include using a custom ad template or creating their own custom video ads.
AdWords has been one of AdExcess’ best clients ever, and it’s an honor to be able to work for them.
I look forward to working with them for years to come.
If you’re interested in learning more about the digital advertising industry, check out this article from AdExExchange:How to become a Digital Ad Producer: The First Step in the Digital Ad Pipeline article Posted January 26, 2018 10:17:59It took a while for me to make it in the video ad world.
I first started out as a full time freelance video ad producer in my early 20s, working on projects for ad agencies like AdWords and the AdSense platform.
It was fun to work in a small, niche space, but the work was never exciting.
I ended my first full-timing job at a large ad agency in my 20s with a big goal: I wanted to make a name for myself.
I loved the craft and I loved working with the creatives there, but it was too much of a grind to make money doing it.
I eventually quit my job and moved to New York to start a career in the real estate and investment world.
When I moved to NYC in 2010, I made a big change in my life.
I started to work full-term as a freelance video editor and freelance video production artist.
I had a great experience there, and felt like I was in the right place.
I then moved to San Francisco, where I have since worked full- time as a video editor, video production manager, video editor for AdSense, and creative producer for Google Ads.
I’ve learned a lot about how to produce and create ads for video and video ads on Google Ads and I’ve also learned a bit about how the real world works.
I’m still in the process of learning a lot more about digital ad production, but my work has definitely been better than it was a few years ago.
It’s been great to see my creative and business skills grow and improve, and my experience in digital
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