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

Christ-Follower.
Husband.
Entrepreneur.
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!”

Companies

JF Consulting
Neoteric Agent
SDG Asset Management
JF Event Productions

Recent Blog Posts

Organizational Culture Is Like An Iceberg [Infographic]

By |June 22nd, 2021|

Corporate culture is an incredibly important and impactful aspect of business that is often ignored. Either business leaders are too focused on the bottom line to worry about how they get there and the impact that is had on their employees or they simply are ignorant to the gravity company culture plays on their business. I have known people who make great money but hate their job and their life around it, and I have known people who make a very modest income but love their job and enjoy their life. The key difference between these two scenarios is company culture. While the first lives within a bottom line centric environment with little work-life balance and hard-driving, calloused management, [...]

The Summer Slump: Decline of Productivity [Infographic]

By |June 15th, 2021|

The summertime is great for barbeques and family get-togethers, but can actually be a strain on businesses. Productivity tends to decline in the warmer months as distractions are plentiful and workers are weary of the indoors. There are several areas attributed to causing this decline in productivity. Some areas are in a business's control while others are not. One simple way they can help control this is by keeping the temperature in the office at a comfortable level- too cool or too hot and productivity declines and errors increase. Keep the office space between 70-72 degrees for optimal production. Another aspect a company can control is vacation time. Many workers do not have the time they need to really [...]

Take a Summer Vacation and Keep Your Business Running [Infographic]

By |June 8th, 2021|

The summer has finally arrived with its warm weather and blue clear skies! Families everywhere are enjoying some time away together to recharge and refresh. This luxury is hard to come by when you are a small business owner, but it is possible and incredibly important! With a little bit of planning, preparation, and mindset adjustment, even the hardest working business owner can and should enjoy some R&R. If you want to give your all to your business, you have to make sure you take some time for yourself to recharge so you can be at your best. Read on for some ways you can make it happen. This content was originally posted here.

How to Choose the Right Design Agency [Infographic]

By |June 1st, 2021|

Everyone has heard the saying that your website is your best employee. It works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with no 401k, benefits, or vacation all on a modest salary. Your website is a colossal asset, and it is not something you should allow to fall behind in design. Design trends and consumer preferences change over the years which means your website needs refreshed every few years. Refreshing is fairly simple with little cost, a few thousand dollars usually, but a total reboot can land anywhere from $10k-$40k depending on your needs. Of course, these numbers always come as a shock to many companies, especially smaller ones, but it is worth every penny! Make sure you [...]

Barriers To Organizational Change [Infographic]

By |May 25th, 2021|

Sometimes the best intentions fail. Why is that? There are companies out there who wish to change their corporate culture, image, or just simple processes, yet they can't seem to succeed. It turns out it is usually for the same reasons that always inhibit positive change -poor planning, poor leadership, and no employee buy-in. It doesn't have to be this way. Often the cause for failure is due to a lack of positive and thorough communication. Don't become one of these statistics. Make sure the change you hope to implement has been thoroughly thought out and discussed. Clearly present and encourage those in leadership to see the advantages of the changes being made, culturally or otherwise. Get people excited [...]

The New Rules of Leadership: 5 Forces Shaping Expectations of CEOs [Infographic]

By |May 18th, 2021|

Those in leadership today face more scrutiny and pressure than perhaps ever before. Not only are they expected to be the driving force behind meeting company goals, they now contend with an incredibly more important public image, a world where technology's rapid advances are changing business conduct almost daily, and a political and global climate never yet seen. That is a lot of responsibility on one's shoulders. Check out the infographic to see just how much CEOs have on their minds these days with the new expectations of leadership. This content was originally posted here.

5 Marketing Podcasts You Need to Listen to in 2021 [Infographic]

By |May 11th, 2021|

We all have a limited amount of time, so how can you make the most of it? It is easy to lose hours scouring the internet for the best marketing strategies. With so much information available at our fingertips, it can be hard to separate the relevant from the irrelevant. Luckily, we have several ways to absorb information these days with podcasts being one of the best. Take advantage of your commute to and from work to stay up to date on the latest marketing information from one of these top marketing podcasts. It is always good to get a variety of perspectives. Save some time and tune in to one of these prominent marketing podcasts this week. [...]

How You Can Replicate Star Wars’ $7 Billion Marketing Success [Infographic]

By |May 4th, 2021|

Here we go again. May the 4th be with you! This fun social media holiday sensation has been making a splash for many years now and is celebrated around the world. The Star Wars films and franchises have been incredibly successful over the years despite storyline criticisms. Without a doubt, it is one of the most successful franchises of all time raking in over $7 billion dollars in just a single year! That's a pretty attractive figure, so how can we spread the wealth? Check out the lessons we can learn from Star Wars and how to replicate their successes for your own business. This content was originally posted here.

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