My name is Greg Shuey and I am a digital marketer with eight years of experience. Over the last eight years I’ve spent most of it in an agency setting servicing small and large clients helping them grow their online revenue through cutting edge strategy and execution. Some of these clients include Sports Illustrated, Time Warner, Dell.com, Hotels.com, DR Horton, Strayer University, Mrs Fields, and many others. My roles have included Director of Affiliate Marketing, SEO Specialist, SEO Manager, Director of SEO, VP of Client Services, and COO.
My greatest strengths are in generating revenue through organic search and content marketing, however, I am a well rounded digital marketer and have experience driving revenue through social media marketing, affiliate marketing, pay per click advertising, display advertising, lead nurturing, and email remarketing.
My family means more to me than anything in this world. My wife Kelsey is hands down the best thing that has ever happened to me. She is definitely my better half and keeps me on my best behavior (most of the time). I have three kids, Olivia, Harper, and Kade.
Olivia is five and she is a wild woman! We spend a lot of our time building and playing in forts, playing Nintendo Wii, riding bikes, skiing, and just about anything else that involves action. She has way too much energy and definitely keeps me on my toes.
Harper (would be three) is our little angel that looks over our family every day. She was born still in her eighth month of pregnancy. This was probably the hardest experience that our family has ever gone through. We miss her every single day and are looking forward to the day when we can be with her again.
Kade is two and he is a crazy, crazy man! He has just much energy as his sister and is the happiest little dude.
I graduated from Utah Valley University in 2008. I studied Business Management with an emphasis in Marketing. Since graduating from UVU, I’ve guest lectured a handful of times on SEO and other Inbound Marketing topics and am hoping to be able to give back to the University and their students by becoming an adjunct professor one day.