There are many people working in the advertising industry. Advertising firms are trying to sell you a dream, but you’re not sure which one to choose. Everything seems to be completed too quickly; your advertisements are launched quickly, often with errors, with little to no quality control, and when you need answers, nobody has them. The harsh reality is that Jason Wojo has adopted a different strategy with his ad management services and scales brands by concentrating on 4 different aspects of the business rather than just your ads. Maintaining track of your numbers, lifetime value, and being able to predictably double your ad spend without losing money. Developing an irresistible offer, building a landing page with high conversion rates and the appropriate messaging and copy, being ubiquitous across multiple ad platforms. People lie, not statistics.
“Ads are not the only solution, and that’s why our process is more thorough, higher quality, and actually enables the business to harness a predictable sales process, instead of instant gratification.” – Jason Wojo
Jason Wojo is now a household name in paid advertising and is making every effort to develop his own distinctive angle in the ad industry, just like many other well-known digital marketers like Gary Vaynerchuk, Grant Cardone, and many others.
Jason Wojo, who was born and raised in Newburgh, New York, but now resides in Orlando, Florida, has become well-known in the marketing industry for his ability to stand out from the competition and consistently demonstrate that his strategies are effective.
For the past four plus years, Jason Wojo has led Wojo Media as CEO. He found that achieving this status was not an easy task; there were many obstacles in his way. Growing up without money, he sought a market with a low entry barrier where he could simply put his head down and dominate the industry. He attempts to reach the sky by remaining firmly planted on the ground. Due to his interest in the field and the fact that it was the easiest market for him to break into on a shoestring budget, he entered it.
By the age of 25, he has accomplished more in this field than the majority of his peers and even mentors. In addition to being featured in Entrepreneur Print Magazine, he was chosen as one of the Top 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs in NY Weekly Magazine. He has scaled 53 businesses to 7 and 8 figure run rates and sold over $100 million worth of goods via paid advertisements!