Sharon has been doing computer programming for 21 years and working on websites for 17 years. She was in charge of 12 retail and wholesale websites, both US and international, at Burt’s Bees for 6 years prior to coming to TheeDigital.
Sharon is the Client Success Manager at TheeDigital with a passion for communication and social media marketing. She manages WordPress and Shopify web development projects for small businesses from initial concept to launch, with a focus on keeping the projects on time and within their budget. She enjoys helping her clients expand their online and offline marketing campaigns and brainstorming with them on new ideas. She also leads the monthly in-house WordPress Basics and SEO trainings for our clients and prospects alike.
Over the past few years she has shared her knowledge by speaking at WordCamp Raleigh, WordCamp Wilmington, WordCamp Asheville, the Raleigh SEO Meetup Conference, and at the Digital Marketing for Business Conference.
Certified Marketing Rockstar
Google AdWords – Search Advertising
Google AdWords – Mobile Advertising
Google AdWords – Shopping
Google AdWords – Video Advertising
Google AdWords – Fundamentals
Google Analytics Certification
Social Media Management
Sharon has achieved the highest level in Toastmasters International: Distinguished Toastmaster. Less than 5% of the over 313,000 members of this international public speaking organization earn this distinction. She regularly trains others to improve their public speaking, leadership, and communication skills.
Sharon is a triathlete, and has won first place (in 2017) and third place (in 2018) awards in her category at local triathlons. She also enjoys competing in 5k and 10k races around the area, and regaling people with tales of her first attempt at an obstacle course race.
“If you don’t stand for something, you may fall for anything”
“I’m not throwing away my shot” ~ Hamilton the Musical
Google is God
“Inconceivable!” ~ Princess Bride
“The best place to hide a dead body is on page two of Google”
Thee Golden Rule: Do Unto Others as Amazon Has Done Unto Others
Facebook is for Grandmas (according to Millennials)