I mentioned a few days ago, Fortune Interactive is growing fast and we’re hiring. Today we announce some great new additions to the FI family.
From the press release…
RALEIGH, N.C. – Fortune Interactive LLC, an interactive marketing firm specializing in search engine and blog marketing, announced four new hires.
Cameron Morrison joins Fortune Interactive as an account manager in client services. Her background includes advertising and public relations experience. Prior to joining Fortune Interactive, she was an account and new business coordinator at The Signature Agency.
Chris Maynard joins Fortune Interactive as a marketing copywriter. He is responsible for creating web site content for clients that facilitates search engine optimization. Mr. Maynard is also a freelance sports writer covering the Durham Bulls for a local newspaper.
David Davis joins Fortune Interactive as an account executive. He has 15 years of experience in sales and sales management. Prior to joining Fortune Interactive, Mr. Davis was director of sales for Pubnet LLC, a leading publishing industry e-commerce supply-chain exchange. He received B.S. degrees in business administration and marketing at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Jay Donohue joins Fortune Interactive as an account executive. He has spent over 20 years in the technology industry in sales and marketing positions. His responsibilities have ranged from national accounts, channel sales management and original equipment manufacturer account management.
Fortune Interactive’s area of expertise is Internet marketing and branding. It offers fully integrated marketing services including search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising management, online reputation monitoring and the creation and promotion of corporate blogs. The firm uniquely offers short-term contracts and performance based pricing.
“Fortune Interactive is committed to providing the highest level of client support in the industry and will continue adding talented professionals to our ranks as we grow. We’ve raised the bar on what to expect from an interactive marketing agency,” stated Andy Beal, Fortune Interactive president and CEO.