Laura Jane Walker Joins Internet Marketing Team At Full Media

Friday, January 4, 2013

Full Media, an Internet marketing and website design firm with offices in both Chattanooga, and Gainesville, Ga., announced the hire of Laura Jane Walker to the company’s Internet marketing team.

A Chattanooga native, Ms. Walker graduated magna cum laude from The University of Tennessee’s School of Journalism & Electronic Media. Within her degree program, she specialized in the magazine track and worked on the alumni magazine, Scoop. While in Knoxville, she also performed voiceover work in a brief stint as host for WUTK, the college’s radio station.

Ms. Walker brings a wealth of experience to her new position as an Internet marketer at Full Media. Three years of health and wellness writing and editing for a local Chattanooga media company, as well as experience editing on a news desk and for nationally known HGTV.com, are among her repertoire of skills.

Full Media president Davis White said, “Full Media is excited for the continued growth in the Chattanooga market, and we view Laura Jane’s talent base and skill set as one more opportunity that we can be a comprehensive resource for local clients who want to grow through a more effective use of the Internet.”

At Full Media, Ms. Walker will oversee Internet marketing campaigns for multiple small and medium-sized businesses and organizations. Specifically she will develop and execute search engine optimization campaigns that help clients develop a strong online presence through social media, online public relations and website content management.

In her spare time, Ms. Walker enjoys biking, yoga and traveling. 

For more information, please contact mhodges@fullmedia.com.



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