Google AdWords - More than $1,000,000 in Budget Spend
Concrete Empire - Gym Website
BECS - Logo Design
Fit Food - Food Delivery Business
“Great job! I am really happy with the webpage they made for us and would use them again.”marcusschraag 1 年前
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“AiCreativeNZ is extremely professional, pleasant and helpful in the completion of my blog design project. He answered every single questions of mine patiently and gives good suggestions for blog layout. Hoping to still keep in touch for future projects and some follow-up or recurring questions on present project. :) This freelancer has my full recommendation!”Aisyah S. 1 年前
IT Projects DirectorJul 2015
The team, here at Ai Creative, is a wonderfully vibrant – Ai Creative’s team members comes from a host of different backgrounds and bring together bunch of unique and creative ideas. Whether you have a website, a blog, an online magazine, or portfolio the team at Ai Creative is ready to help. Our team cares genuinely in you – in the troubles you encounter in the running of a blog, or a website, and, also, in your success. We are here to make sure you achieve what you set out to achieve.
IT MANAGER/PRODUCERJul 2013 - Aug 2014 (1 year)
Bridge Marketing is a marketing and advertising agency based in Auckland, specializing in creating design, web development, SEO/SEM and social media advertising. Creation, management and optimization of both SEM and SEO campaign
SEM/SEO MANAGERFeb 2012 - Jul 2013 (1 year)
CMee is a digital marketing company that provided services to S&M businesses around New Zealand, company services also included branding, SEO, PPC management, web development, online and social media marketing.
ICT Business Systems Development - CPIT2008 - 2010 (2 years)
Online Advertising (2015)Open2Study
Explore the evolution of online advertising from the beginnings of the Web, and how it has developed into a major sector of the multi-billion dollar advertising industry. We’ll cover the key players, as well as the multitude of different creative formats and executions and how those ads are delivered and tracked.
Writing for the Web (WriteWeb) (2015)Open2Study
Understanding the difference between writing for print versus writing for the web starts with learning about how readers behave differently online. This course brings to light how to accommodate the needs of online readers through web design, writing style, structure and search engine optimisation.
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