CEO & Founder
“I started my digital marketing journey in 2005 (I was 15 at the time), when I built my first website about one of my hobbies (video games). As awesome as that website was (at least for me), no one knew about it! I felt it was kinda pointless having a great website – if no one knows it exists.
So I decided to teach myself SEO (my first step into digital marketing). I read blogs, watched videos, paid for courses, but most importantly, I implimented what I learned!
Through a lot of trial and error – I finally figured a way to drive organic, targeted traffic, to my website.
Then what happened?
My website went from zero to hundreds, to thousands of unique visitors each day. I started building an audience and generating money through ad revenue. In the end, I decided to sell the website for quite a bit of cash on Flippa.
This was the point, at the age of 16, I realised I’m onto something.
So I decided to repeat the process.
I would build websites, generate traffic, earn revenue and then sell them for even more profit.
It was easy, it was fun and it worked.
One of the websites was so popular, it was a the top of Google for virtually every video game console, every video game, and so on. People started to notice and very soon a company in America called me out of the blue asking to buy it for quite a significant price.
I decided to sell.
Needless to say, friends and family started to notice what I was doing (although they didn’t quite understand how) and asked if I could help them with their business.
I said “Yes” and that’s how “Skyline Social” was born (in 2008).
Over the last few years, we’ve evolved as a company. The tools (SEO, Social media, email marketing, content marketing, etc) we use to produce results may change but our goal always has staid the same:
“Make it easy for businesses to increase their revenue using the internet.”
Right now, we use social media, as one of the primarily ways to do that for businesses all over the world.
It’s easy, it’s fun and it works.
I truly want to help you succeed and make the journey as easy (and fun) as possible.
I look forward to working with you soon.”
– Ashley D