New Hartford, NY – Site-Seeker has hired four new full-time team members since the start of the new year to keep up with larger client contracts and increased workload. The digital marketing agency, which was founded in 2003 by brothers Brian and Eddie Bluff, now boasts 16 full-time employees based out of its New Hartford, NY office.
“This is an extremely exciting time here at Site-Seeker,” said Brian Bluff, CEO and co-founder. “The clients we’re fortunate enough to work with makes Site-Seeker an attractive destination for some of our area’s top marketers.”
Devon Hoffman (Utica, NY) joined the team as a digital marketing assistant. He earned his bachelor’s in technology and web development from SUNY Cobleskill. Devon then went on to work at the F.X. Matt Brewing Company for 10 years, where he supported events, tourism, and client management.
Victoria Lamanna (Yorkville, NY) is a new digital marketing assistant. She earned her bachelor’s in public relations from Utica College. She brings fundraising, media relations, and content writing experience from her former position at Sitrin Healthcare. Victoria focuses on social media marketing for CoreLife Eatery, the rapidly expanding restaurant concept that specializes in healthy foods and active lifestyles.
Kelsey Cataldo (Clinton, NY) also joined Site-Seeker as a digital marketing assistant. She earned her degree in public relations from Utica College. Kelsey has tremendous experience in B2B marketing from her past position at ConMed Corporation. She also assists with digital marketing efforts for CoreLife Eatery, focusing on advertising, promotions, and more.
Olivia Ivison (Sandy Creek, NY) joined the team as a digital marketing assistant. She earned her bachelor’s in marketing from St. John Fisher College. Olivia previously served as a brand strategist at HealthWay Home Products in Pulaski, NY and brings branding and content writing experience to the team.
“The company is in a really strong position with all the certifications we’ve earned and partnerships we’ve created; whether it be Google, HubSpot, SharpSpring, and the local chambers of commerce,” Bluff continued. “The bottom line is that we put a lot of effort into developing a capable team and that effort is really paying off.”
Site-Seeker is growing as a reaction to its enlarged client base. Beyond CoreLife Eatery, which has plans to expand to 30 locations by the end of the year, Site-Seeker also manages efforts for Excel Dryer, PAR Technology, Northland Communications, and Liftech Equipment Companies.