Atlanta Web Design and Digital Marketing owner, Don Dodds is the featured contributor to this compilation of 1 on 1 conversations with some of the top entrepreneurs in their industry. Each contributing author reveals their strategies for helping overcome the toughest obstacles standing in the way of their customers success. Dodds shares that strategy is the foundation for everything he does. He chose the name M16 Marketing for his Web Design and Digital Marketing Business in Atlanta because he’s a huge supporter of the military and the M16 is a precise and powerful tactical military weapon, but without strategy tactics and tools are not very effective.
Don Dodds states, “It’s an incredible honor to be a contributor and share information that can empower entrepreneurs, startups, small businesses and large brands in the digital marketing space. In order to continue to move forward, it’s really important to give back.”
Don Dodds is the managing partner and chief strategist at M16 Marketing in Atlanta, GA. M16 is a top digital marketing agency specializing in strategy and research, design and development and analytics and marketing. Dodds believes an individual strategy is most important for businesses to get the best return on investment from their internet marketing dollars.
To learn more about Don Dodds and M16 Marketing, visit: https://m16marketing.com
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Retail royalties from the sale of the book go to benefit Global Autism Project.
About Global Autism Project:
Global Autism Project 501(c)3, is a nonprofit organization which provides training to local individuals in evidence-based practices for individuals with autism. Global Autism Project believes that every child has the ability to learn and their potential should not be limited by geographical bounds. The Global Autism Project seeks to eliminate the disparity in service provision seen around the world by providing high-quality training to individuals providing services in their local community. This training is made sustainable through regular training trips and contiguous remote training.
To learn more about Global Autism Project, visit https://globalautismproject.org/.