Honoree Tigrett, has 6 years experience in SEO, social media strategy, web design, branding, content and email marketing. She freelanced before launching her own digital marketing agency: Crush it Like a Girl Boss. She’s a full stack MarTech, certified in Google Analytics and AdWords, which puts her in the top 10% of digital marketers worldwide!
Sought after influencer and thought leader in digital, content marketing, and technical experience in the most advanced SEO available!
In addition to offering digital marketing services, she’s available for speaking., writing, podcasting and YouTube interviews.
Below she answers the most common question: how did you get started in this industry?
I began reading about a decade ago the best way to educate a person, then with the boom of online education it was ever expanding. 10 years is a long time and homeschooling most of them can be lonely. I always loved to do skits in my head and I realized that even if I wasn't "in person" I could still make people laugh, or inspire them in some way big or small.
I started a homeschooling blog and studied web design, SEO, social media strategy, Google Analytics, and email marketing. It was like a drug- I couldn't stop reading, learning, teaching, cracking jokes or searching for solutions of every kind. YouTube, social media graphics, and blogging provided me with a way to get my thoughts and ideas to others. My intention was only to have a successful blog, not a digital marketing agency!
There was a definite shift in my interest: I would stay up until 2am studying SEO and Analytics, instead of the newest way to homeschool. I would wake up in the morning, feeling like I got ran over by a bus, and cursing myself for staying up so late! And yet, I'd do it again the next night! I can't exactly say why I love data, technology, and marketing. It's just supremely engrossing to me: to the point of physical pain!
The shift from homeschool blogging income to doing web design and digital marketing, was a natural one. I soon realized I could make a lot more money doing the latter, and I enjoyed it more.