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Amy has a degree in International Business and has been working in the marketing field since 1999. She gained much of her experience directing the marketing efforts for numerous security manufacturing companies where she managed and participated in all aspects of marketing. After a decade of working in corporate America, in 2007 Amy Driver opened her own company and began building websites with the goal of providing affordable marketing solutions to companies that could never afford an advertising agency.
In 2010, she started Turn The Page Online Marketing with Rob Rance to fulfill the huge need that her clients had to be found on the internet. "I had so many clients that loved their websites, but they wanted to harness the energy of online marketing to drive business to their sites. Website development and online marketing are two different disciplines, and partnering with Rob as an expert in Online Marketing was the best solution for meeting the needs of my customers."
Amy now manages the web development efforts at Turn The Page by strategically implementing critical search information that the Online Marketing team provides. "I absolutely love my job because we are impacting people's businesses and their lives. The best part of my day is when I hear from a customer how we have drastically changed, or even saved their business."
One of the more enjoyable parts of Amy's job is translating for her British partner Rob, a.k.a. interrupting, at seminars and events where they educate the business community on the power of online marketing.
As if owning a business weren't enough of a challenge, Amy also has the priviliege of being a wife and mother to three preschool-aged children; Daniel, Katharina, and Viktoria.