About Content Factory
Content Factory is a digital marketing company that partners with schools to train young adults. Our program centers around mentorship, helping students grow their expertise in digital marketing by actively working on ad campaigns for clients like the Golden State Warriors, Nike, and Rosetta Stone.
The founder, Dennis Yu is an internationally recognized lecturer in Facebook marketing and has spoken over 730 times in 17 countries. Dennis has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times, TechCrunch, Fox News, CNN, CBS, and coauthored Facebook Nation. He is a regular contributor to Adweek's, Social Times column, and is published in Social Media Examiner.
About Dennis Yu
In his own words:
"Founders and Entrepreneurs don't have a lot of money to spend, yet they also want a great site that looks good, shows up in search engines, makes the phone ring, and in general--provides a measurable return on their hard-earned dollar.
They want something that is simple to understand. And they don't have time to learn all the technical details but want a partner that can handle it, because they have a dozen other things to worry about.
My main focus is to train students with real-world experience at no cost to them-- funded by packages. And we do this for pro sports teams plus customers of Infusionsoft since they have funnels to amplify with social media.
I know Content Factory has that team of people--a group of highly-trained analysts, not salespeople or an automated voice. The person you talk to when you come on board is the same person who works with you on an ongoing basis. They are paid according to how well you do, just like your clients are.
Do you have at least $1 a day to spend on online marketing? And are you willing to work with us as we gather the information that you'll need to present to your clients and customers? Then we might be able to help you show up in local search results. If you're a franchise with many locations or if you're a professional service firm that is willing to spend money on advertising, we have a few other options, as well."