Tony Porreco has an interesting problem. He is certifiably obsessed with Podcasts. He listens to them while he drives, while he eats, while he sleeps.
He’s spent his entire post-collegiate career getting boots-on-the-ground experience learning all of the technical know-how in audio engineering, learning how to capture the best possible audio and how to polish it into a final audio file.
He knows just how to make content that people actually want to listen to. Now he wants to turn this passion and technical chops into a full-time career.
It’s Tony’s #LifeMission to participate on projects that make an impact. For now, he’s making podcasts and audio for therapists, inspirational speakers, and attorneys-at-law under the banner of SoundGround Productions.
Often, his freelance business suffers more wane than wax. What’s more, he pines for a mentor to show him the ropes of creating content steeped in his deepest interest: investigative journalism.
He feels like he’s riding one horse with two asses. And no gosh-derned map.
He feels underemployed and unprepared to do anything about it. He knows he needs to be ready with both guns blazing, primed to pounce on the next big professional opportunity.
With audio engineering, podcasting know-how, established processes, and white glove service, in his toolkit, Tony needs the assets (and the ability) to throw his hat into the ring in a serious job search — while simultaneously generating freelance contracts. He requires an Online Presence that provides both HR managers and marketing managers with all they need to know in order to hire him.