Brad Griffith is a life-long entrepreneur. He grew up working for his dad's veterinary hospital, learning the joys and challenges of business ownership. Brad is now President of Buckeye Interactive, the web strategy and engineering agency he started four years ago, and Chief Technology Officer at SmartCrowdz, a mass-participation event management technology startup.
Prior to starting Buckeye Interactive, Brad spent several years consulting and developing web applications in-house for a variety of companies including JPMorgan Chase, QUALCOMM and the Go Big Network. Brad earned his Masters in Business Administration after completing his Bachelor's in Electrical and Computer Engineering with honors, both at from The Ohio State University. He has more than 15 years of web development experience and has worked from coast to coast with small and large companies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations and government agencies to build innovative web solutions.
Last Month, in Strategic Website Planning: Part 1, we covered the first two steps in our Strategic Website Planning process for Marketing & E-commerce websites. This month, we will continue with two more steps, followed by some modifications for Web and Mobile Applications.
3. Competitor Analysis
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Building a website isn’t complicated. Well, nothing has to be complicated about it. Just about anyone can build a website on GoDaddy, but it may end up looking something like this.
Building a purposeful, strategic website is complicated. It’s a science. And it’s an art.
I would like to share the... September 25th, 2013 | Interactive Strategies | Read More
Welcome to Buckeye Interactive’s new column on TheMetropreneur.com. I am Brad Griffith, President and Founder of Buckeye Interactive. I am a developer, a web strategist, a business owner, a husband and a father, and each role plays an important part in how I run my business. The lessons I learn every... August 28th, 2013 | Interactive Strategies | Read More