Leah Hovland

BeTransparetntCreateTrust #BTCT

Joined April 2020

About

Ever since KOGGER was established,  Oscar has talked to me about his customers, visions and ideas. In 2017 I started to create some of our content and help customers be more visible and use video to create better customer relationships and  humanize organizations. Another thing I do, and that’s not in my job description – I disagree with Oscar when he needs to hear a different point of view! Oscar and I have been married for 31 years, have two beautiful daughters, Tamarah and Cornelia who is married to our son-in-law Marius and we have a cat called Larsen😊
Connor just told me (in the introductory videos) that I need to post here and introduce myself.

I'm the Director of Marketing for America's largest concrete leveler (I know, exciting, right?) It is actually a great company to work for, and I've been part of the team for seven years now. I'm super excited about IMPACT+ and all I can learn here. The leadership at our company is really dedicated to becoming "The most trusted voice in our industry." So, I think I've come to the right place.

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Leah Hovland
Hi Dale! Welcome:) //Leah KOGGER in Norway 
Hi IMPACTers!

I'm looking for some ideas or information on where to start with hiring some additional help for the marketing team.

The Background: I work for a regional IT company (managed service provider) based in Virginia. My title is "content manager", but I'm more of a one-man marketing department at this point. I work closely with the CEO to develop content and execute our inbound + TAYA strategy. Right now I do nearly all of the content writing, plus a lot of other tasks like updating the website, tweaking HubSpot, developing lead magnets, etc. I enjoy the work but the "one man circus" thing is limiting our publishing cadence for strictly TAYA content -- which I know is going to hurt us in the long run.

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Leah Hovland
Hi there Blake! Man you are doing a lot and a great job!! We are a small company in Norway so can really relate to the «try to do it all with what we have got» Agree with Melissa about video production since you have so much good content already, you could use for that. One of the things we are doing right now is using an intern. He is at a marketing school in India and is a friend of our daughter. Internship means we can see how well he writes and works with us and applying TAYA and then we might hire him down the road. Could that be an option? We work mostly with IT suppliers and Microsoft partners in Scandinavia so just caught my eye that you are an IT supplier. Will look you up on LinkedIn and we can connect there too! //Leah @KOGGER #BTCT