Interview with Tim Haines – October Lansing Marketing Hackers

Tim Haines of Symposia Labs

Lansing Marketing Hackers was a great success last year, both in attendance and speakers. We are looking forward to another great year for 2018-2019. We have lined up Jesse Flores from Super Web Pros speaking in December and on October 10th, Tim Haines founder and project manager of Symposia Labs in Holland will be speaking at our first Lansing Marketing Hackers event for the 2018-2019 session.

Tim will be presenting at WLNS at Noon on Facebook and Instagram Advertising. He also host Drinks and Digital in Lansing, Holland, Grand Rapids, Grand Haven, and Chicago.

We got a chance to ask Tim a few questions on how he got started and what he thinks are important for people to understand about online marketing and advertising.


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