LP hires Amanda Ellis Stein as business development analyst
Lake Oswego-based digital marketing agency Logical Position (LP) has hired Amanda Ellis Stein in a new role as business development analyst. In this new position Stein will work with LP's sales and marketing teams to enhance the organization's external marketing efforts, including social media, content marketing and event marketing.
Recognized in 2018 as one of the Portland Business Journal's 40 Under 40, Stein brings over a decade of digital marketing experience to LO. Throughout her career she has fine-tuned her business instincts to manage a wide portfolio of projects, including defining and enforcing best practices for all aspects of the business, maintaining and monitoring staffing levels, and improving measurable key performance indicators for clients. Her experience has led to significant growth for the businesses she works with in both revenue and employment growth.
Stein started her own social media marketing agency, Pollinate Social, in 2013. The company later merged with another agency. She also has 15 years of small business ownership experience operating a martial arts studio with her husband, Scott Stein. She is a member of the Forbes Agency Council, Trillium Creek Primary School Parent Teach Association and recently served two terms as the vice chairwoman of the West Linn Economic Development committee.
Learn to analyze data from Google Ads and Analytics
Logical Position is hosting an event titled "Now's the Time to Analyze your Google Ads Holiday Data: A 4-Step Guide" Oct. 22 starting at 10 a.m. at LP offices, 4350 Galewood St., suite 200 in Lake Oswego. Attendees will learn how to analyze past data from Google Ads and Analytics to uncover strengths and weaknesses and construct new, data-driven strategies that will help you stay on track to meet your business goals this year.
Admission is $10 per person, which will be donated to Dress for Success Oregon.
To register click here.
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