Tim van Ruitenbeek started at Pure as an Online Marketing Consultant. Of course we want to introduce him appropriately, which is why we asked Tim to introduce himself. Tim speaking Nice to meet you! It is with great pleasure that I started my new challenge at Pure. I can't wait to work with my new, experienced colleagues and our clients to achieve fantastic results! Before I started my career in online marketing, I studied Communication at the HAN in Nijmegen. My interest in online arose during my studies and this interest has only grown since then.
After working as an Online Marketer at DTC Media for almost 4 years, I have become acquainted with almost all facets of online marketing. I have worked a lot with SEA, Google the phone number list same Analytics, SEO, Display marketing, Content Management, Conversion optimization and have also specialized in social media. However, I am a real generalist and I prefer to know something about everything in order to then come up with a plan that best fits the situation in question. fits in well with this! What else would you like to know about me? I was born in Nijmegen and raised in the picturesque Beek (Berg & Dal). Besides working, I like to do sports, eat or drink something with friends or go to the cinema with my movie pass.
I also love to travel, both long trips and weekends away, preferably as adventurous as possible! I would describe myself as perfectionist, persuasive, enthusiastic and stress-resistant and can't wait to develop myself and keep growing. Let's start, I'm looking forward to it! We regularly get the question "is it wise to advertise on a competitor's brand name or not?". There are several ways to look at this and I will discuss the arguments for and against in this blog. Permission Before you decide to advertise on another brand name, it is good to investigate whether that is allowed at all.