Consider this not a good day to get on my nerves, but I just got a cold call, AGAIN, from another guy wanting to put us on the first page with a google search, yada, yada, yada. Claimed we didn't . . .
With holiday retail spending predicted to hit the $617 billion mark, your small business canít afford not to capitalize on this uptick in sales. The problem: every other retailer knows the same thing, that missing out on the holiday sales wagon . . .Read full post
Placher is originally from Louisville, KY. He grew up in the small town of Fort Dodge, IA. After high school, he moved to Parks City, UT for a year to race mountain bikes and ski, which are both big passions of his. Placher has two kids a son and daughter, Noah and Isabella. He graduated with a finance degree from Westmeinster College of Salt Lake City and has taken some graduate level, organic and bio chemistry courses at UMKC.
Prior to Turn The Page, Placher specialized in business growth, turnaround and start up mainly for the financial and medical industries. He orginally re-located to Kansas City in 2003 to open a construction lending devision for Wells Fargo. He has been working in sales and data-base marketing since 1998. Placher continues to expand his knowledge of the digital marketing world at Turn The Page.