You Built A Website?
Yep! And I’m really pleased with how it turned out. I have chatted with a few people in my inner circle about building and launching this website and most people have had questions and thought this was something that seemed a bit out of place for a media sales rep to do. What I didn’t do is wake up one morning and just decide to build a website. This is really something that has been years in the making and amidst all of the craziness of 2020, I just decided now was the time to deploy my idea into the interwebs. So why did I build out davidhaar.com? There really are three main reasons why.
A Place To Share Content And Showcase Campaigns
As real estate on the internet is now commonplace for just about any business or entity, why not carve out a little piece of that space to showcase who I am and the work I do for my clients. You really can only go so far with in-person communication and a LinkedIn page. As brands are thinking about working with me and Hubbard Radio Phoenix + 2060 Digital, I wanted to give them a chance to kick tires on me and learn more about how I work with my clients, what some of my clients have had to say about working together and some examples of the campaigns that I’m proud of.
Allowing People To Kick Tires On Me
The typical business that I may reach out to that has never heard of me but appears to be a great fit for the products and services I offer may get dozens of people reaching out to them every day trying to grab their attention with the bright shiny object that they represent. I understand that for business owners, this is a really frustrating part of being a business owner and having your contact information made public in so many ways. As I look to start conversations with people, I wanted to give them an opportunity to learn more about me on their time and at their pace.
Should Be Fun
Having my own website is simply going to be fun. I’m really looking forward to blogging here, showcasing some really fun and successful campaigns that I have worked on and having a great place to archive my monthly marketing newsletters that I have been doing for the past two years.
I appreciate you stopping by and looking around and I’m always open to constructive criticism so if you see any areas throughout the site where some things could be improved, feel free to let me know. My feelings won’t be hurt. I hope you find value in the content I will have housed here and will be posting on a regular basis!