Here at Go Limitless we’re proud of our people and like to celebrate their skills and achievements. We also place great value on the relationships we build with our customers and think it’s important for you to know who you are working with.
One of our Senior Digital Marketing Account Managers, Cameron heads up paid campaigns; Google ads and Facebook ads management.
Originally from Wakefield, Cameron moved to the North East to attend Teesside Uni, where he subsequently achieved a degree in Marketing with first class honours. Having built a life here, he decided to stay to begin his career.
A self-confessed astronomy and science geek, Leeds fan and golfer, Cameron gained valuable digital marketing experience in sport and health & safety, before joining us here at Go Limitless.
Cameron said: “I really enjoy working as part of a digital marketing agency. It’s a fun place to be and every day is different. One of the highlights has to be the amazing feedback from customers, who also refer us to their friends and connections. It’s a great feeling to win new business based on the quality of work we’ve provided.”
Since joining us, Cameron has achieved some great results for our customers – so much so that he was promoted in November. But how would he describe being here in three words?
“Fun, varied and exciting. I’m definitely looking forward to a long future here at Go Limitless.”
Let’s grab a brew with Cameron
How would you describe yourself?
Funny, easy to get along with and a bit nerdy.
What’s at the top of your Spotify playlist?
It has to be Stone Roses, Oasis and The Beatles!
What’s your favourite tipple?
Jack Daniels and Coke
Do you have a favourite quote or some wise words?
“It’s not where you’re from, it’s where you’re at” – Ian Brown, front man of Stone Roses said that and I think it’s absolutely right.
What did you have for breakfast today?
How do you take your coffee?
Black, no sugar. (Go Limitless: He’s sweet enough!)
Who’s your childhood hero?
Lucas Radebe, former Leeds United player
Dumb and Dumber
If you were a cake, what type would you be and why?
A choux bun – firm on the outside but soft on the inside!