We're Digital Trailblazers!
Vitamin D Digital is the premier digital agency in the York, Lancaster, and Harrisburg, PA market. Our digital experts will develop custom solutions for your business. We are local digital experts in your neighborhood.
Vitamin D Digital pumps vitamins into your business and makes explosive digital revenue growth possible. We use all best-in-class products and services to help you reach your digital pinnacle.
We have a relentless focus to demystify and simplify the digital landscape. We do not use buzzwords. We do not do digital malpractice. We do explain everything in plain English. We do teach you how the internet impacts your business. We do sit down and understand your business. And we do work with you to grow your business.
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Reach out to us today! We are local, in your neighborhood. We do not offshore any of our products or services. If you do business with us and need anything, you will always speak to a real human, on US soil!
We look forward to working with you to revive, invigorate, and energize your business today!
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We help our customers Energize their connection to the Digital World, Invigorate their digital marketing and Revive their business's Digital Footprint!
Our experts sit down with you and show you how your business is doing on the internet. Are you found on Google? What are people saying about your business?
We consult with you to develop a full game plan to enable your digital success and grow your business! We can drive leads through Google AdWords, targeted Mobile Advertising, Email Marketing and more!
Our experts include the likes of James Clark:
James grew up in the Northern California Bay Area - he refuses to call it Silicon Valley - the son of engineers. His mother was among the first women to earn a Computer Science degree in the State of New York back in the '60s and his father co-founded a software company. Having spent his formative years in the '80s writing DOS software on an IBM PC jr., you could say he grew up a bit of a geek. James landed his first real job at a fledgling internet company called America Online in 1996 and ended up spending 13 years there. The first ten of them were a lot of fun, and the last three he served as Vice President and General Manager of AOL's homepage (www.aol.com) in seven countries.
From those experiences, James developed a love for taking the coolest and newest from what others call the 'Silicon Valley' and making them useful and relevant for real people and real businesses in the real world. Somewhere along the way, he graduated from the University of California, Davis and earned an Executive MBA at Virginia Tech. In 2010, James took a four-year plunge into the world of local television as President of all things digital, social and mobile at Barrington Broadcasting until deciding to co-found Phase 3 Digital in 2014.
Between Breaking Bad binges, James frequently shares photos of Fenway Park, or his precious pit bull rescue, Penny. When not on airplanes, James lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and young twins, loves distance running with Iron Maiden in his ear buds, the World Champion (he insisted we add that) Boston Red Sox and artisan bourbon - but not too much - most of the time. If you are looking for him, he'll be the guy with white hair, untucked dress shirt and brightly colored tennis shoes.
And Troy Parkins:
Troy Parkins grew up loving science. As a kid, playing with petri dishes, microscopes, Bunsen burners and test tubes helped prepare him with the necessary skills to graduate from the University of California, Davis with a degree in Molecular Genetics.
While at UC Davis, he took a life-changing job as the Science Reporter at the California Aggie campus newspaper. He soon realized that translating science and medical jargon into plain English that people could understand was his love, more so than extracting fruit fly DNA in the lab.
Excited to hone his skills, he went to Stanford University and earned a graduate degree in Journalism/Mass Communications. He was the Science Editor for the Stanford Daily and wrote for the Peninsula Times Tribune.
After Stanford, he traveled across the country to work as a Medical Writer for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). There he met "rock star researchers" and wrote about cutting edge cancer and neurological research.
Troy then took another life-changing job. He joined a small company named America Online to start up their Health Channel. This was his start into the digital world, and he has been addicted ever since. He had various positions in his 12+ years at AOL, running content, technology and operations departments. Troy did things from overseeing fantasy baseball sports content to chasing hackers.
Post AOL, Troy again changed directions, & took another life-changing job. He wanted to open a 'brick-&-mortar' business, so he opened 3 small donut/coffee shops in the Northern Virginia area. His shops made custom-made-to-order donuts.
After getting tired of working 21 hours a day, Troy decided to go into the emerging field of social media, returning to NIH to lead their effort of going from the 19th century (mailing brochures) to the 21st century (posting them online and promoting via social media). He helped with digital and social media strategies.
Then another life-changing opportunity knocked on Troy's door. He joined a television media company, Barrington Broadcasting, to work with TV stations on their digital presence, both on the sales and content sides. Troy worked directly with newsroom staff to produce compelling content/social media presence, as well as with sales executives pitching digital solutions to merchants. Troy worked with digital sales teams to increase digital revenue, and with newsrooms to increase page views and engagement. In 2013, he had the opportunity to deliver a presentation at Social Media Week in Chicago on a concept called Content 2.0, which was used to increase station digital and social media presence.
In 2014, Troy joined vitaminD as a co-founder to provide digital solutions for media companies and small and mid-sized businesses. He is excited to bring all of his previous experience to the table and help business owners.
When not cracking the digital code, he can be found at the poker table, cracking tells and bluffs. As an avid traveler he has seen the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal and the tallest Paul Bunyan statue. He has run with the bulls in Pamplona and walked with the ducks in Memphis. He hopes one day to play golf on the moon while drinking Tang.
And Sarah Belleau:
Sarah has been is the digital space for the last 12 years having worked for Wall Street Journal Digital, Chicago Tribune, ABC Network Digital and CBS local affiliate (NewsChannel 5 Nashville). Sarah has managed clients from many angles, playing the marketing coordinator, ad ops, sales planner and AE role with Fortune 500 companies to mom and pop clients.
Sarah is originally from Kansas City and moved to Chicago (Go Cubs) to attend Loyola University Chicago where she met her husband and lived for 13 years. She and her family moved to Nashville for a lifestyle change and warmer weather in the summer of 2014.
Outside of work, you can find Sarah traveling, hiking with her family, working out and juggling two red-headed kids ("The Ginger Squad"). She and her husband won first place 4 years in a role for our group Halloweens customs that she made. Any reason to wear costumes OR dance for that matter... the Sarah is all in. She is a cardio junkie with 10 marathons under my belt. On weekends, she shops at antique thrift shops and refurbishes furniture with a fresh new look.
She and her husband won first place 4 years in a row for a group Halloween costumes contest in costumes she made. Any reason to either wear costumes or dance (or both)... Sarah is all in!
True Fact: She went to asthma camp as a kid
And Mary Salafia:
Mary was born and raised in England, followed by New England, then State College, Pennsylvania and finally moved to Maryland as a teenager in high school. After 2 years of living in State College, she got bit by the Penn State "bug" and applied for early-admission her senior year and got in - out-of-state tuition be damned!
Four years and a Journalism degree later, in 1993, Mary decided that she could have more fun and ultimately make more money in the advertising arena, and signed on with a small cable company in Maryland. This 4-state company launched cable TV advertising in all their markets and Mary was at the helm of bringing this "new-fangled technology" to market. Working with literally hundreds of small to large business owners, advertising agencies and marketing directors over the years, Mary found enormous satisfaction in helping these businesses grow through the power of TV advertising.
After 7 years of working with Prestige Cablevision, Adelphia bought the company and Mary transitioned to that much-larger company while getting promoted to a manager and building a bigger, stronger team in the Baltimore market. 7 must be the magic number, because after 7 years with Adelphia, Comcast bought that company and Mary transitioned to being the leader of a brand-new team in the Washington DC market!
With the enormous growth and use of the internet, and the steady decline of several "traditional" advertising methods like print and radio, businesses started looking for ways of using the digital marketplace to advertise their goods and services.
Comcast launched several digital offerings, but Mary saw the enormous shift that was happening in how people were using different media. So, when Mary took a position with a Digital-only marketing company, she jumped into internet marketing with both feet.
After two years, Mary was invited to join the Vitamin D Digital Team at Fox43 in the Harrisburg/Lancaster/Lebanon/York, PA Market. She has had the privilege of teaching clients about the various online methods they can use to reach their target customer. One major challenge for businesses, she says, is that "nothing ever stays the same" and with constant change in the way that consumers use media, businesses must be ever-adaptable and change their long-held beliefs about "what works" for advertising or risk losing customers to their competition.
Mary loves working with these businesses and helping them grow their customer base through digital marketing.
No standard pricing. Everything is customized for the client's needs and goals.