"Work hard and be ready for failure before success" by@leodigitalmarketing

"Work hard and be ready for failure before success"

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LEO Digital Marketing

LEO Digital Marketing works with small businesses to reimagine their online presence. visitleo.com

HackerNoon Reporter: Please tell us briefly about your background.

I am Seth Flora, the owner, founder, and community involvement organizer for LEO Digital Marketing.

What's your startup called? And in a sentence or two, what does it do?

Our company is LEO Digital Marketing and we help small businesses reimagine their online presence by creating eye-catching social media content and attracting new customers by utilizing our SEO experts.

What is the origin story?

I started LEO Digital Marketing to provide small businesses and nonprofits an affordable solution to competing with big businesses and to grow their missions.

What do you love about your team, and why are you the ones to solve this problem?

I love our team because every person is community-focused and gives back. We provide our clients with an affordable solution by having the most competitive prices in the region.

If you weren’t building your startup, what would you be doing?

I would be working to start a non-profit that works to help those in need in my community.

At the moment, how do you measure success? What are your core metrics?

We measure success by our client’s success and if they achieve their stated goals.

What’s most exciting about your traction to date?

We were excited to be considered a top rated SEO company for all of Ohio, Columbus, and 7 other categories by SEOblog.

What technologies are you currently most excited about, and most worried about? And why?

The LEO team is excited about the Metaverse and all it will offer users as well as the advertising potential.

What drew you to get published on HackerNoon? What do you like most about our platform?

I enjoy the vast amount of content that covers all kinds of topics.

What advice would you give to the 21-year-old version of yourself?

I would advise myself to continue to work hard and be ready for failure before success.

What is something surprising you've learned this year that your contemporaries would benefit from knowing?

I learned that with hard work and a great team you can do anything.



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