Justin T. Farrell

Entrepreneur. Digital Marketer.

“Believe in yourself, and the rest will fall into place. Have faith in your own abilities, work hard, and there is nothing you cannot accomplish.”
-Brad Henry

Digital Marketer.

As an entrepreneur, digital marketer, and Starbucks addict, I focus my energy on helping grow businesses, whether my own or others.

I own (fully or partially) multiple companies, ranging from digital marketing, software development, Software as a Service, and event audio/video/lighting/experience production.

I am currently based in Indianapolis, Indiana, but can be found traveling on a routine basis – officing out of any local Starbucks.

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“Justin is and has always been a go-to guy. When faced with a project of any size, he has always been reliable and displayed an unmatched work ethic. Not only does he always get the job done, but he has a thirst for excellence that makes his work stand out from his peers. From graphic design and web development to strategic oversight and video, Justin has all the tools. If you are looking for a marketing partner, Justin is your guy!”


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Recent Blog Posts

The Science of Taking Breaks [infographic]

By |June 18th, 2024|

Some of us have a hard time stepping away from our computers. You may feel like you're slacking or you will lose your groove, but science actually shows that getting up and taking a break does wonders not only for your productivity, but it is also is great for your health. Sitting all day is bad for you in about every way. If you have the opportunity to use a standing desk for at least part of your day, take advantage! This is just one of the many simple things you can do to take better care of yourself and your work. Check out the science of taking breaks and make the most of your day. Find ...
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The Value of Hiring a Virtual Assistant [infographic]

By |June 11th, 2024|

There are many people who are hesitant to tap into virtual assistants. The fear is that because they work remotely, they will not be committed to their jobs, will not have any accountability, and will take more work and money than they end up being worth, but these fears have been debunked. Remote workers are usually more dedicated than in-house employees and can save your company boatloads in operating costs. These individuals are driven, self-motivated people who want to work hard and do their job well so they don't have to come into the office. Don't be afraid. Take a look at these 6 stats that prove the value of hiring a virtual assistant. Find the original ...
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How to Fire an Employee [infographic]

By |June 4th, 2024|

While possibly one of the most awkward and dreaded tasks of any manager, firing is part of of the job. Not everyone works out. Some employees are poisonous to the work culture and make everyone else on the team miserable. You will lose people because of a bad work culture, so don't take it lightly. Firing one for the good of the many will help you retain those who are suffering from the toxic environment. Bad attitude may only be part of the problem. Poor work performance is also a main factor to consider. Both these circumstances call for good documentation so the process can be handled as objectively and plainly. It's no good trying to fire someone with ...
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Identifying Accomplishments for your Resume [infographic]

By |May 28th, 2024|

Brushing up your resume can be a daunting and degrading task. For many, this dreaded yet essential chore can leave you feeling like you have no skills and no value, but that's not true! You HAVE done things. You have skills. You have value. There are businesses out there looking for someone just like you. Often the difficulty lies in identifying your accomplishments. When you are in the job day in and day out, your tasks can seem mundane - like. a monkey could replace you, but take heart. You simply need to step out of your own situation. Perform your own yearly review. What did you do? How did you help the team? What did you achieve? Take ...
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Marketing to Gen Z [infographic]

By |May 14th, 2024|

Generational differences are fascinating subjects. Each cohort has its distinctions that set it firmly apart from the others. Just take a look at attention span alone. Gen Z has the attention span of a goldfish at a meager 8 seconds while Boomers have more than double that at 20 seconds. Simple facts like these can help you tailor your marketing to the proper audience. 20 seconds to 8 seconds is a massive difference. A one-size-fits-all approach is going to be a waste of time and money. That's why it is so important to understand who you are targeting. So if the wee lambs are your main audience, here's the ultimate marketing guide to Generation Z. Find the ...
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10 Qualities of a Great Salesperson [infographic]

By |May 7th, 2024|

What do you look for in a salesperson? When the interviews happen one right after the other, what are you looking for? Why does interview #2 stand out head and shoulders above #3 when the latter has far more experience? Experience isn't always everything. Just because someone has been in a position for a while doesn't mean they are necessarily good at it. People in sales positions need to be ridiculously optimistic, able to take rejection after rejection and, still have the gumption to go into that next meeting with a positive attitude knowing that eventually one will land. Resilience, wits, and enthusiasm are king. Take a look at these ten qualities you should be looking for in your ...
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7 Reasons for Turning Down a Job Promotion [infographic]

By |April 30th, 2024|

Turn down a job promotion? Yes, you read it right. Just because someone offers you a promotion doesn't mean you should take it. It is tempting- incredibly tempting. Sure it might make you feel needed by your boss or simply give a nice boost to your ego or self-confidence, let alone the salary increase could be motivating, yet none of these make it a good decision. Before you get wrapped up in the pageantry of the offer or perhaps the heroic fantasy of seeing yourself making the changes needed to make the department succeed, take a beat to slow down and really consider if this is the right thing for you, your family, and your career. Remember, no one ...
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