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NicheLabs Welcomes a New Member to our Marketing Force

By: | October 13th, 2014

NicheLabs is pleased to announce that Adrian Reynolds has joined our team as our new and highly anticipated Marketing Manager. Adrian will manage all aspects of NicheLabs’ internal marketing as well as the marketing initiatives of our clients. His duties will include managing SEO (Search Engine Optimization), PPC (Pay-Per-Click Advertising), SMO (Social Media Optimization), and Email Marketing.

Adrian graduated from the University of Michigan College of Literature, Science & the Arts where he showcased his natural leadership skills as the Chapter President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Also at the University of Michigan, he founded and served as the Chapter President of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.

He has worked in a marketing leadership position since 1999 when he joined Centers for Health Promotion, Inc. as a Marketing Director. Adrian has also ran his own company since 2008, for which he served as the President of Marketing & Consulting. He offers direct experience consulting new companies on how to help strengthen and grow their marketing model with a focus on relating to their target audiences and surrounding communities.

He has worked with companies such as Microsoft Corp., IBM (International Business Machines), and Apple Computer Co. Adrian’s clear track record of leadership skills and success in business and extracurricular activities express his passion for the internet marketing industry. Adrian has been noticed for his work; he is a two-time International Golden Web Awards Winner and a recipient of the NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) Website of the Year Award.

With 18 years of experience in internet-based marketing, web design, and web development, Adrian is a fantastic addition to our team’s extensive collective experience. We trust that Adrian will bring his entrepreneurial skill set and dedication to our team to serve us and our clients with wisdom, knowledge, and a results-driven focus.