Tommy Hobin

Tommy Hobin

Tommy Hobin

Digital Strategy Director

Plugged in: July 23, 2012

Tommy manages the day to day operations of the marketing staff, interacts with clients and builds new strategies to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of Internet Marketing. He really cares about the well-being of his colleagues and tries to make sure to offer as much information to both our clients and our teams to best communicate our processes and expectations. Occasionally Tommy gets pelleted with Nerf bullets.

Strengths

STRENGTHS

truly deadline-oriented, loves to have fun at work and joke around a lot

Weaknesses

WEAKNESSES

inability to slow down & just take a breath

Make the customer the hero of your story.

Tommy has worked in many different fields all dealing with media. Whether it was making stunt films in Germany to owning and operating his own Digital Marketing firm back in the states, Tommy likes the challenge of working in different capacities.

Tommy oversees all of the online marketing efforts of DiscoverTec and our clients. Tommy is also Co-Founder of PB&J, a local non-profit, and previously taught evening courses at the University of North Florida before he became a father.

From the interrogation room:

DiscoverTec

How do you explain your job to people who know very little about the Internet?

Tommy Hobin

I build strategies to help rank clients on Google.

DiscoverTec

Who is your favorite Internet celebrity?

Tommy Hobin

Guy Kawasaki, former chief technology evangelist who has a large online following.

DiscoverTec

What unique quality do you possess that you believe makes you good at your job?

Tommy Hobin

After living in Germany, I became uber-deadline oriented.

DiscoverTec

What is your favorite thing about the Suite 400 space?

Tommy Hobin

I appreciate the neighboring companies and enjoy that they are tech companies as well.

DiscoverTec

Tell us one unique fact about your hometown, the place your family is originally from or a place you have lived in over the years.

Tommy Hobin

I worked in Hamelin, Germany and the pied piper isn’t a big deal there.