(PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Samuel Junghenn’s status as a leading authority on Social Media, Ecommerce, and Integrated Marketing is rising quickly. Recently he’s been accepted as a guest contributor on Social Media Today, Business 2 Community, Salad Social and is the featured Internet Strategist for ASPIRE magazines.
Samuel wasn’t always an Internet marketer though; he started out at the age of 12 selling eggs from the chickens on his parent’s farm in Victoria. While he was not an internet marketer from the beginning, he was an Entrepreneur.
At age 17 Samuel moved on from selling chickens and started a snowboard importing business. This business was the foundation of knowledge and experience he gained as a business owner.
While the business was successful Samuel encountered many roadblocks and painful learning experiences that he needed to overcome.
After some years Samuel left this business and took some time off to study Human Potential and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. This took him off the family farm and to Sydney where he decided to try something different.
In the pursuit of his next business idea Samuel attended many conferences, determined to fill his mind with new and challenging knowledge. What he found was that out of everything he was learning Internet Marketing seemed to be the easiest for him to understand.
Naturally he started to educate himself on all facets of Internet Marketing and unlike many around him Samuel started to see success quickly. The success grows rapidly and soon Samuel found himself in the enviable position of not having to work.
“I was lucky enough to achieve a level of success where I had the freedom to work when and where I wanted. I quickly found through that this wasn’t for me and that’s when I started Think Big Online” Said Samuel Junghenn.
Think Big Online is now a fast growing Integrated Online Marketing Agency helping other businesses to profit from the strategies that worked for Samuel personally. It has grown quickly from just Samuel to now a team of 23 staff working with some of Australia’s leading businesses within 1 year.