Donna Davis has twenty years of news reporting experience. She now uses her real world experience of telling stories everyday on the news to help companies of all sizes learn to tell their stories. She owns her own marketing company in Atlanta, Georgia. She also founded a professional association of video production companies.
Ms. Davis has worked with clients as large as The Home Depot and Hooters of North America and as small as local doctors and dentists. She believes no matter the size or structure of the company, the basics of telling the story are the same. "Be authentic, admit to your struggles and show your resiliency. Reveal your heart and what really drives you and always answer the question why. Anyone who does business with you or considers coming to work for you deserves to know what they're getting. When you're authentic, you attract the people who'll like you and want to stay."
Ms. Davis owns Marietta Video Productions. She also founded the Atlanta Internet Video Marketing Association, which has 315 members. She writes for the nation's largest video marketing blog, ReelSeo.com. Before starting her company, Ms. Davis most recently worked at Capitol News Service in Tallahassee, Florida. She was also the main anchor at Florida’s News Channel where she won The Governor’s Award in 2002 for producing a drug education video shown in schools across America.
Ms. Davis served as a Big Sister in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization, and she's served as a board member for the organization.
Telling Your Company Story is more relevant than ever. In today's world, people are looking online - searching for information about your company - before they actually do business with you or consider going to work for you. In fact, in most cases, the About Us page of a website is the second most popular, with the home page being number one.