About

Charles Miske of Summit County Colorado has been directly responsible for inbound content marketing since 1996 when he started a small fanzine and distributed it on the web. After producing it in print and electronically for two years he sold it at a profit and began working for himself and others in digital media and web production, video production and finally in social media marketing. Additionally, he’s a self-published author on Amazon, having sold thousands of books in the past four years.

What can we do to help you achieve success for your business or brand?

Today he’s taking consulting clients for digital marketing, video marketing, social media marketing and inbound marketing. From a one-shot Twitter Profile analysis to a complete monthly maintenance and account management program, we have the tools and experience to help drive engagement and get the results you need.

Starting any day now there will be an exciting radically different 90 day mentorship program available. This group starts soon and is very limited in size, so be sure to take advantage of it ASAP. Subscribe below and we’ll get the details out to you in the newsletter.

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Imagine becoming a Social Marketing Master. It’s easy if you have the right tools.

Charles Miske, with a world of marketing experience to share with you in the social marketing 300 plan, practical social media for small business
My mission is to give you the help you need to become a social marketing rock star.

On the fun side

For fun, he climbs mountains, trail runs year round even in the harsh winters at altitude in Colorado, and plays with his family on various outdoor adventures.

Charles Miske, chilling with his wife in Breckenridge CO
Charles Miske, chilling with his wife in Breckenridge CO
Charles Miske, skiing with his daughter at Keystone Resort
Charles Miske, skiing with his daughter at Keystone Resort
Charles Miske at the summit of a Colorado Fourteener in Winter
Charles Miske at the summit of a Colorado Fourteener in Winter

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