In a past life, I was the VP of Marketing at a company called Bellhop.
Somewhere along the line, I heard of a new social media platform that was “the next Vine” and decided to set aside a little bit of my marketing budget to see if I couldn’t find success partnering with a few influencers on there.
I knocked on the doors of several self-proclaimed Influencer Marketing Agencies, only to find that… well… they all sucked.
So, I decided to take my TikTok influencer marketing efforts in-house and it worked. It worked so well, in fact, that I quit my job and started a company called Ubiquitous. It's been a little over six months and we've partnered with 250 brands and we've onboarded thousands of influencers (that collectively bring 3.8 billion followers) — all while managing tens of millions of dollars in ad spend.
The result? Magic.
Which, speaking of, let’s create some magic together.
Founder & CEO of Ubiquitous
Los Angeles, CA