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Jenn Gouveia

Jenn is a Southern California native who studied at the University of California, Riverside. She owns a small business with her husband, where she cultivated her passion for both marketing and writing. She is also the Marketing Coordinator for the California offices of the Eide Bailly LLP accounting firm. Outside of work, Jenn enjoys reading, all things fitness, and hanging out with her three-legged dog.

Buyer Personas for Beginners|

Buyer Personas for Beginners

By Jenn Gouveia / April 14, 2021

Target Market vs. Buyer Persona As a marketer, you are probably familiar with the concept of a target market: focusing your efforts towards a subgroup of people. When using target markets, your marketing is focused towards this group, but in a generalized way. An example of a target market would…

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Digital Communication Strategies|

3 Fresh Communication Strategies for the Digital Age

By Jenn Gouveia / October 26, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed fast-forward on the speed and frequency in which we digitally communicate. In this new virtual workplace, our daily routine is saturated with communication: emails, Zoom meetings, instant messages, phone calls, remote conferences, and digital happy hours. While the benefits of fast and easy communication are abundant,…

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hands together to take on extra work

Taking on More During a Crisis

By Jenn Gouveia / June 16, 2020

The responsibilities of a marketer often vary based on the size of your organization as well as your firm’s specific definition of the term marketing. It is not unheard of for marketing to be considered a catch-all category that covers anything from communications, advertising, and client relations, to the more…

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Featured: Season 4 Episode 1

What a Business Development Executive Does

with Danielle Reynolds, Business Development, Manager with Whitley Penn

A business developer’s day involves a myriad of activities from external meetings with business owners and referral partners to scoping calls for initial client connections.