“Whether it’s B2B or B2C, I believe passionately that good marketing essentials are the same. We are all emotional beings looking for relevance, context, and connection.”
I have a chat with AJ The Digital Maestro who is the founder of The Limitless Company, an All-in-One Digital Studio for Professional Creators.
He shared his valuable experiences and his career journey to become AJ the Digital Maestro.
Below, you can see the full Q&A and learn more about a digital world.
1. An introduction about yourself.
2. How did you become a digital marketer? Could you tell us about your career journey, starting with your education?
I dropped out of college and got into over-the-phone sales for a real estate training company.
After that, I got another job working for a different sales training organization, but it failed.
I had lunch with an old high school friend of mine Neil Patel and he opened my mind to the internet.
He taught me how to blog and drive traffic to my website. He helped me partner up with his cousin Sujan Patel and we started working together at Single Grain.
After a couple of years, I left Single Grain and started working on my own venture, The Limitless Company.
We help professional creators dominate attention, command respect, and grow revenue.
3. What leads up to finding “the perfect” story for a brand?
Lots of confusion. Confusion is the doorway to clarity. A good story doesn’t just happen all at once, it gets developed over time.
4. What has been the biggest challenge for you as a digital marketer, and how did you overcome it?
Managing client expectations. It’s difficult to predict how fast things will work and when the wrong expectations are there it can cause conflict and difficultly in the relationship with clients. Patience and consistency are key.
5. According to you, what are the top five skills that a digital marketer should possess?
- Digital ads
6. Who and/or what influences your work and why?
My coaches, my clients, pop culture, women, competitors…. because they evoke emotions that help me grow and evolve
7. Would you like to suggest any online courses for those who want to improve their marketing skills?
8. Are there any hobbies or interests that helped you develop your marketing skills?
Watching tv shows and movies as an adult that I either didn’t watch before or am re-watching as an adult.
The future of marketing is producing high-quality content that has depth and story the way tv shows and movies have.
9. What are your favorite tools to use as a digital marketer, how are they helpful?
For the answer with the tools, you can say AYOA.com which is a tool for mind mapping ideas. I love mind mapping helps me write notes like how I think.