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Every second that your customers wait, you lose money. That's why it is so important for small business owners to do everything in their power to prevent the looming changes proposed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

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A.K.A. Results Ringmaster


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About Elisa Haake

Elisa started Turn The Page as an online marketing coach, where she taught business owners the essentials and strategies of online marketing. She then began to manage accounts for Turn the Page clients and with her trusted (and Google Certified) captain by her side, navigated the rough waters of SEM. Elisa now manages our Results Department where she mentors coaches, coordinators and account managers in bringing online marketing results for clients.

Elisa’s not really limited to online marketing; she is a two-time Wii Bowling Tournament Champion, which is odd since she can’t really bowl.

Before Turn the Page, Elisa was an advertising and marketing recruiter at LandaJob. There, her eyes were opened to the power of internet marketing, social media and was bestowed the ability to hire an outstanding staff.

Idea girl, unicorn lover and a social media enthusiast. Elisa can bob for apples, is a K-State Wildcat and mother of a beautiful wild child. Elisa can be found wandering the halls of Turn the Page, at her book-club, hanging out with her family or on the couch thinking up something fabulous for her colleagues and clients.