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Erin Beidle
Director of Marketing
Alpharetta, GA | Real Estate
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Marketing and advertising professional with over ten years of experience in media, customer relationship management, and general management. Excellent track record in developing marketing strategies and media that drive sales, increase revenue and grow customer base. Proven self-starter in implementing new initiatives. Executed campaigns for Canongate Golf Clubs, Woman’s Hospital of Texas, Advanced Healthcare, North Shore LIJ Health System Federal Credit Union, California Credit Union, Altier Credit Union, Drive Time, Advance Auto Parts, Amegy Bank, Pappas Restaurants, Waste Management, among others. Able to manage multiple projects and employees. Outstanding communication and organizational skills. Works extremely well under pressure and able to meet strict deadlines. Strong understanding of graphic design, print and production requirements. Experience includes proficiency and technical knowledge of the following: Advertising, marketing, team management/leadership, project management, account and client management, campaign development, creative direction, design, strategic/tactical planning, product launch/marketing, brand positioning/development, revenue, sales and consumer growth, management and cost negotiations, website management and optimization, media production, direct response marketing, email marketing, PPC, SEM, SEO, HTML, print production, copywriting, website copywriting, online display advertising, mergers and acquisition communications, PR, media planning and buying (B2B and B2C), media research, media billing, media trafficking