I've Loved Marketing Since I Was A Kid

Just look at me modeling my dad’s Corvair. 

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Who Is That Pam Chick?

I am Pamela Lund, an internet marketer in Southern California with nearly 15 years experience producing positive ROI for clients of all sizes. I specialize in pay-per-click (PPC) advertising for ecommerce companies across the major platforms, including Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, LinkedIn Ads, and Bing Ads.

I’ve been making up jingles and tag lines for as long as I can remember. But, I’m also very practical and opted for a degree in Finance because I love working with numbers. After graduation I had a short stint in corporate accounting before being drawn into internet marketing where I discovered I could have the best of both worlds. With PPC marketing I get to spend half my day buried in Excel digging through numbers and trends and the other half writing creative ad copy.

Coupling my degree in Finance with my passion for marketing, I provide PPC management services with a strong focus on the bottom line to companies of all sizes, from small businesses just testing out internet marketing to multi-million dollar corporations. I’m a small town girl who moved to the “big city” after college but I continue to run my business with small town values. I believe honesty, transparency, and open communication are the keys to a successful client / service provider relationship.

On a personal level, I am a sports enthusiast, natural food advocate, and home cook. I travel the country supporting my favorite teams (primarily the Denver Broncos, Chicago Cubs, and LA Galaxy) and sampling regional cuisine to inspire my kitchen creations. I am a failed gardener, a published author (okay, it’s just a recipe in a popular cookbook), a sun worshipper, and an advocate of quality puns.

Why Are You “That Pam Chick”?

I find that often the best marketing comes with the least effort. Before I established myself in the internet marketing world, I attended a few conferences and networking events. You meet so many people at those conferences that it can be hard to remember them later on. I knew a few people had referred to me as “that Pam chick that they met at the conference” so I decided rather than fighting to create a new brand, I would embrace the one that came naturally. Thus, That Pam Chick was born.