Bryce handles day-to-day operations stuff like staffing, budgeting, forecasting, and running most team meetings. He also handles some client account management and does some selling. Along with Jay, Bryce can be found doing the little things business owners get to do, like making trips to Costco or checking the mail.
When healthy, Bryce enjoys playing real golf, real volleyball, real softball, and fantasy football. He is married to Ashley and has four children: Madison, Samuel, Mayson, and Mallory. He and his family attend Southeast Christian Church Blankenbaker Campus.
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We shut down the ole marketing engine a few months back. We posted about going black with our marketing back in the dead of winter. We had several good reasons.
At the time, we were working nomadically in between our old office and our new one. We knew we’d...Read More »
Well, January was a blur. We started the year with a 4-day workweek coming out of the Christmas break, and we had a 4-day workweek two weeks later with MLK day. We’ve been operating out of a temporary office, as many of you know. A big thanks to Greg Blakemore...Read More »
The other day I was logged into my Twitter account (natively- not through a tool like Hootsuite or Hubspot) and I decided to have a conversation with someone. Someone I had networked with before replied to something I tweeted on the tweeter. I thought to myself, wow, I have a...Read More »
If your business is like our business, then the key leadership team or owners are likely sitting down this month and laying out goals and budgets for 2017. If you operate your business on a calendar year versus your tax year (for C corps) then this post will hopefully...Read More »
Someone at The Squad (her name is Kristina, and she will hunt you down to get your content 🙂 ) asked me to write a blog for Halloween. A few weeks ago, someone else said it would be cool to write a blog in the form of a Mad Lib....Read More »
If you’re reading this, then you NEED to know you’re 90 days away from a new website. It’s fall and before long it will be winter. As many businesses start to plan budgets for 2017, business development and marketing are sure to come up in the planning and conversations....Read More »
So next week, we’re hosting an Open House over here at the SQUAD. If you haven’t yet, take a quick second (well minute) and RSVP. We’d love to have you stop by, see our place, meet our team and have some fun. If it’s a SQUAD event, you...Read More »
When I’m out selling or even when I’m speaking into our marketing, I try and put myself in your shoes. You being the person that’s reading the blog, navigating the website, following along on the social channels, and considering hiring us. I think it’s usually pretty obvious to a prospective...Read More »
Hopefully this blog will help you see how digital marketing and inbound methodologies can take the pressure off your sales team. I’m not aware of anything as effective as inbound marketing to generate leads, condition the market, shorten the sales cycle, and keep your sales team from cold-calling.
With all the...Read More »
With all those non-mobile-responsive websites floating around the interwebs, we thought we’d write a post about what clients typically get for a $4000 to $5000 investment in a website redesign. We’ve been writing a lot lately about the big Google Mobilegeddon announcements and how they will affect your search...Read More »
When you decide to outsource your digital/inbound marketing to an agency (and we hope you do) you’ll gain many benefits. Today I wanted to talk about a few of the benefits we see each and every day, as we partner with 23 ongoing clients… and growing.
I’m not suggesting that every...Read More »
On April 12, 2016, we made the announcement that The Content Squad had become … wait for it… The Marketing Squad.
The goal of this subtle name change is to let the marketplace know that we’re much more than a marketing agency that develops content.Each year, the number of websites we...Read More »
The source of all good blog material is the endless archive of Seinfeld episodes. One of my favorites is the one where Kramer and Mickey pick up a gig acting out medical diseases at the local University. Kramer does such a great job with his disease that they keep casting...Read More »
Those of you who have followed along with us over the last six years might remember our business as Simplified Solutions, LLC. Some of you may have no idea what Simplified Solutions, LLC has do with The Content Squad. Others are wondering whatever happened to Simplified Solutions, LLC. Well,...Read More »
If you own a business and haven’t watched the History Channel series, “The Men Who Built America,” you owe it to yourself. I watched all the episodes in a few sittings over the Christmas holidays. I happened upon a listing for the show at the bottom of my wife’s History...Read More »
When starting an inbound marketing program, it’s great when the anecdotal evidence starts rolling in. A new inbound marketing partner gets pretty excited when their redesigned website with actual contact forms pulls in a lead. They also get a little worked up when others mention them on social media and...Read More »
Creative copywriting may not be your style. That’s OK. If your culture is a fun one though, then I think some of your copy should reflect that. We all want to laugh. We all want to be entertained. Deep down, it’s just a need we all have as humans. One...Read More »
So you waited until the last minute this year. It’s time for the annual halloween dress up party, and you don’t have a costume. You’re heading to a thrift store today and need some costume ideas. Hopefully we can be of some help. After all, we don’t just write about inbound...Read More »
The old adage in life is that too much of a good thing is… well, too much. Excess even in good things can be bad. Moderation is often a key to life—balance a virtue more of us need. Well, throw that aside when it comes to landing pages. The more the better. HubSpot...Read More »
Have you created a mission statement for your small business? Do you have your vision down on paper to refer back to periodically? Periodically meaning anytime things get off track. Ideally, this is something you should do before you launch your business, but for those of us who get a...Read More »