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Jesse Stoddard is a Chief Marketing Officer specializing in marketing strategy and customized marketing plans to maximize advertising and social media ROI.
Jesse is a Chief Marketing Officer, direct-response copywriter, and business coach. Jesse is the founder of Stoddard Consulting, a small business marketing strategy consulting firm, where his mission is to help entrepreneurs grow businesses rapidly with complete marketing plans and systems. Stoddard Consulting focuses on Marketing Strategy, Marketing Strategy Plans, and Marketing Strategy Process. His other businesses, Stoddard Productions and Stoddard Entertainment are media production and creative agencies that help businesses with their branding and social media marketing.
He started his business life as a fitness professional, with over sixteen years of experience as a gym owner, personal trainer, and consultant to other fitness pros all over the world. He wrote two books in the fitness industry, including Free Gym Memberships, and How To Build Your Own Fitness Boot Camp, hosts a very popular industry podcast The Fitness Boot Camp Inner Circle and was featured in CNN Money Edition. Later he helped a 13.8 Million dollar service-based business grow at a startling rate of 40%, and now provides marketing strategy consulting and services for a diverse range of clients from law firms to moving companies to financial services firms.
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