The rise of a brand influencer : Jason Argall? Jason Argall is an entrepreneur specializing in digital marketing and expansion in global markets. He has built brands in the health supplements category such as PhiNaturals and Shrüm. He currently serves on the board of Radial Research Co (RAD on the CSE). With his track record and experience, he has the know-how and experience to build global brands with a strong market presence in the USA, Canada, the UK, Europe, India, Latin America, and Brazil.
Jason Argall has also co-founded various e-commerce software companies such as Zoompages, the performance marketing landing page builder, and Chatvertiser, the first SMS/chat conversational marketing software of its kind. Jason started digital marketing in the late 90’s on Yahoo search, before Google Adwords existed. He has been involved in founding and scaling numerous successful digital brands.
Jason Argall is a founding member of ScaleMyBrand. Our media buyers understand how to manage ad spend holistically and according to your overall business model and goals for your brand. We are highly skilled at optimizing for ROAS while scaling campaigns. Our team is composed of performance marketers at heart. We’ve sharpened our axes through years of managing campaigns putting profit first. The real power comes from putting those skills to use on a brand that truly connects with its market and builds loyalty.
Jason Argall on personal brand development : When potential employers search for you online, having a strong personal brand can ensure that what they find is what you want them to find. You can take charge and lead the way they perceive you and your image. A personal brand helps you discover who you are and what you’re all about. Employers can learn about your passions, see what excites you, and even envision where you would like to be in the future.
Jason Argall about business brand creation : Every business expresses a brand identity, whether it’s carefully curated by the company or projected onto an organization by its customers. In the age of social media, where consumers can vent frustration at a company in front of millions of internet users, a business can easily lose control of its brand if no effort is invested in defining and managing it. Take iconic brands like Coca-Cola, Apple, and Disney. They are not only easily recognizable, legions of loyal followers advocate on behalf of these companies. That’s the power of a brand. It’s so important that many organizations spend millions of dollars to build up a brand and protect it.