I recently was contacted by a customer who saw my dad’s Monaco Grand Prix poster at his shop. He loved what I did for my father and wanted me to make one for his daughter. My mother originally told me he wanted me to recreate the Point in Longport. His daughter explained to me that she wanted her son. I decided to combine the two wants into one portrait. The setting is based on a photograph I took. They really liked the result.
In January 2017, my family and I went on our first vacation together in quite a few years. Having just prior purchased a Canon 80D, I thought I would take a shot at vlogging and making some fun, creative videos of our trip. After watching enough YouTubers such as Casey Neistat, Shonduras, Nadeshot, Roman Atwood Philly D, iJustine, and a few others, I felt confident I was able to do this. Holy moly, I did not expect how much goes into making a good video. I also didn’t realize my mic wasn’t fully plugged in. Much respect to all of them because this is more difficult than led to believe. Feel free to check them out and look for all the jokes I tease my family with!
This is the fourth (technically fifth, but not counting the days of Microsoft FrontPage) rendition of the Kneble’s Auto website. I felt that the site needed a proper update especially with the quality of content being put out on Facebook. The older site was a big aggressive on the Red and I was much more of a novice when I created it. The latest rendition has a call-to-action button which actually has a proper contact page now. The homepage is visually appealing which includes the videos that are made weekly, the main aspects of the business, and highlights of the business itself. I also converted the site to HTTPS for the customer’s sake when it comes to the contact page as well as SEO purposes.
Kneble’s Auto Service Center Inc.
Purchase domain names
Design the website
Create the logo based off their sign
Create all the content
Feature the business on Search Engines
Re-designed the whole site
Updated the SEO
Create and edit the promotional videos
Converted the site to HTTPS
Setup Facebook Marketing
Check Out the Website
The owner of Anytime Fitness Mays Landing saw my Dickens of a Holiday video and wanted me to help feature one of his members who lost 300 pounds. I immediately got excited with a ton of ideas because something this momentous should be glorified immensely. We went back and forth with some ideas, but I ended up with a hype video because anything less wouldn’t do him justice. The idea was to keep it close to 60 seconds for maximum exposure.
One of the main things I wanted to do with my parents and their business was to help promote their online presence, but struggle with social media in general. Silly, but understandable. Anyway, we wanted to promote information that helps benefit their customers. The thought process behind these videos are that they wanted to:
- Allow their customers to be more knowledgeable on their vehicles and services. This will benefit them on future services.
- Show that they’re knowledgeable in the services that they sell.
- Show they’re female friendly as my mother is behind the front desk as a service advisor.
So far, the videos have been very beneficial in getting their name and face out there. The focus is more on Facebook rather than YouTube, but the videos are crossposted. The Facebook videos are all boosted for the week until the next video. My job for these videos are recording the videos, editing the videos, and boosting them on Facebook ads by creating audiences and other techniques.
This video of removing a cat stuck inside of the car went viral in the local community. It even ended up on the local news.
As you may noticed, I created the new logo for the Mays Landing Merchants Association. Along with the logo, they wanted a rack card to put in the supporting businesses to let the community know what the Merchants Association does and the events they throw during the year. It was a very interesting project that was a challenge. They gave me all the information and in fact wanted more than what is currently on the card. This created the challenge of fitting all of it on the card that was legible when printed, easy to read, and formatted well. The photos were provided by them and I believed it turned out very well.