A-Train Marketing is proud to announce the recent employment of Nicholas Morse as Digital Media & Analytics Specialist.
Morse will bring extensive professional experience in digital marketing, advanced tracking and analytics to help A-Train’s clients maximize value and return on investment.
Originally from Pensacola, FL, Morse relocated to Fort Collins 10 years ago to attend school at Colorado State. Upon earning his bachelors degree, he returned to school to earn his MBA and chose to concentrate his studies in digital marketing. Having worked as a PPC & SEO specialist for a portfolio of global clients, Morse then chose to expand his professional credentials through Google AdWords Certification.
In 2016, he campaigned for a seat in the House of Representatives, to Colorado’s 2nd congressional district. During his political campaign, he was able to earn more votes through his digital marketing efforts than any Republican candidate in the district’s history. The political campaign developed Morse’s strength and acumen for understanding marketing, publicity, promotion, and investing in the community. Hiring Morse made sense for A-Train because both parties place great importance on their commitment to the community.
When asked about working for A-Train Morse said the following, “I am thrilled to join A-Train because their values align well with my own. The value that best represents me is what A-Train refers to as ‘drive not ride’ because I have always been someone who pushes for progress and gets the work done”.
Outside of work, he embodies “drive not ride” in a more literal sense. He has a love for sim racing, where he competes in online racing simulations against other racers around the world. In his free time, he also plays on a competitive rugby team in Fort Collins. But his most impressive skill may very well be his ability to eat a whole package of Oreos in one sitting… That is 36 cookies!
With the addition of Morse, A-Train will be offering a full spectrum of digital marketing and SEO services to meet every need and budget.