KPS3 is excited to announce it has hired Joe Hopper as a director of SEO and digital media.
His responsibilities include managing, executing, and analyzing SEO, SEM, and digital media strategies.
“Joe has an extensive knowledge of web analytics and search skills which make him an asset to our growing search and digital team,” said Bob Whitefield, KPS3 VP of growth marketing. “He has an impressive digital marketing background and we’re happy that he’ll be working with us to help execute strategy for our clients’ online presence.”
Hopper joins KPS3 from ZLINE Kitchen & Bath, where he served as the director of marketing. He was responsible for managing website metadata and maintaining front-end web content. He also focused on developing and executing social media campaigns. Prior to that, he held the roles of online marketing specialist for the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and as a digital marketing specialist for Noble Studios.
Hopper holds a BA in advertising and a Master’s degree in internet marketing.
Welcome to the team, Joe!
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