A little about me.

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I am Nathan Allotey and thank you for taking the time to visit my website.

I am a brother, friend, athlete, web designer, graphic designer, online marketer, etc, I think you get the point, I do a little bit of everything.  I have a passion for making things better and more efficient. I have an applied mathematics and engineering degree from  Baylor University, and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Houston with an emphasis in marketing research & consulting. I have worked with companies such as HostGator, BlueHost, SEO Hosting, Envato, and Vanderbilt University to name a few.

I serve as the lead creative and design consultant of inPhocus Media, a digital marketing studio based in Houston, TX I founded. This is where I create websites, brand identities and meet with clients for marketing consulting as well as business problem solving.

Feel free to contact me with any questions, speaking requests, or for any feedback.

About my blog.

Let me tell you a bit of why I felt the need to create this website. I wanted NathanAllotey.com to be my avenue to share free advice on what it takes to be successful online and in business. I will mostly blog about design, analytics, website traffic, social media, software, ecommerce, email marketing and other digital marketing methods.


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What I am reading.

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This is a book that speaks about the life of Jeff Bezos the founder of Amazon.com. The book chronicles the beginning of Amazon as well as how they expanded and grew their market-share in e-commerce during a time when people said it would not be possible. Amazon is now in the top 50 of Fortune 500.

Takeway: Plan for the future of where consumers will be not where they are currently. Also benchmark competition and adopt their practices but remember to offer something the competition does not yet have, even if you have to visit their headquarters and ask questions.

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I think that it is safe for me to say this is one of the best if not THE BEST book I’ve read on learning HTML/CSS. It will help you learn visually, academically, and practically how to code a website and how websites work.

Takeway: Plan out the website ahead of time with wireframing, fonts, and color scheme, planning ahead of time will help you in the development process of a website.


Who I have learned from.

Throughout the course of my life and career, many people  have taught me a wealth of information. Using wisdom, I have been able to skillfully apply this information and hone my craft to become a better web designer, better marketer and a better human being. Here are just a few of the thousands of people that have influenced me, instructed me, worked with me, and inspired me to continue to push my limits with each project I take.


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