Digital Marketing. Done with Care.
Hello! I’m Brandon Cox.
I’ve been involved in digital marketing for a decade and a half now. I’ve helped businesses, churches, and influential leaders put their best foot forward.
What I’ve Done
- I spent a decade re-launching and building Pastors.com and Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox newsletter. This involved re-branding, creating and managing social media accounts, managing paid ads, and building an email list of hundreds of thousands of leaders around the world.
- I launched a church from scratch and watched it grow to nearly 500 in weekly attendance using social media and online advertising almost exclusively.
- I wrote a book called Rewired, all about how churches can utilize social media and emerging technologies to expand their reach in their communities.
- I’ve developed websites, social media profiles, ad campaigns, email newsletters, and online growth strategies for dozens of leaders, businesses, startups, churches, and nonprofits.
Who I Am
I’m now a communications consultant and digital marketer. Before moving to this work full-time, I was a pastor for twenty-five years in churches ranging in size from a few dozen to over 30,000 in weekend attendance.
Northwest Arkansas is the place I call home with my wife, Angie, who is a talented licensed therapist (LCSW), our three kids, and our fluffy little dog.
I’m currently finishing a degree in Communications from the University of Arkansas and previously attended Western Kentucky University and Central Baptist College.
I also hold an Arkansas real estate license and manage a few side projects, such as UnstrappedLife.com, where I help people understand how to break free from the burden of debt, scale their passive income, and manage their finances well.
What I Love
I love growing things. I love to strategize with leaders about how to communicate their vision and mission. I love to create, design, and code websites. I love to craft social media content. And I love to write.
In short, I love communicating and creating, but most importantly, I would love to help you do those things better, too.