Dynamic individual with CS background that propels me to focus on strategy, efficiency and overall success. I am driven to innovate and provide clients with not only growth but full satisfaction as well. I am an entrepreneur by nature, which drives me to thoroughly research any and every problem/obstacle I run into. From ensuring proper customer/client relations and satisfaction to building back-end systems/processes. The center of my focus being developing a strong digital presence for anyone I work with as well as ensuring all digital systems/funnels are working to their maximum potential. My latest role was at FX Utopia as a marketing director. They were a fairly new Forex Trading Community when I joined and within the first month I successfully re-branded their company, increased sales by 500% and made sure all community members with satisfied with the services we offered. I’ve worked with numerous online businesses across the digital marketing landscape and managed teams of VA's to optimize company results. Automation is King with data being the vehicle to get you there. Key Skills • Account management / client services • Client and agency side experience • In-depth data analysis and marketing strategy • Team leadership and team player • Identifying commercial business opportunities • Leading client workshops and presentations • Management of multiple accounts across different verticals • Google Analytics, SEO, Web Design / Build, Display Advertising, Digital Advertising, Marketing Automation, Affiliate Marketing, Email Marketing and Zapier integration for optimization.
Most often, a website will connect to another in the form of a link (also known as a “hypertext” link), a specially coded word or image that when clicked upon, will take a user to another Web page. A link can take the user to another page within the same site (an “internal link”), or another site altogether (an “external link”). You do not need permission for a regular word link to another website’s home page.
Deep Linking. Despite some inconsistencies in early case law, it is generally agreed that deep-linking (a link that bypasses a website’s home page) is not copyright infringement—after all, the author of a novel can’t prevent readers from skipping to the end first if they so desire, so why should a website owner have the right to determine in what order a user can access a website? Although many websites—even the listener-friendly National Public Radio—have asserted rights against deep-linkers under both copyright and trademark law principles, the cases of Kelly v. Arriba Soft Corp., 336 F.3d 811 (9th Cir. 2003) and Perfect 10, Inc. v. Amazon.com, Inc., 508 F.3d 1146 (9th Cir. 2007), seem to have put the nail in the coffin for deep-linking disputes. Foreign courts general conform to this view, though there have been some anomalies.
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