In the realm of PPC marketing, Enrico certainly rules.
A holder of a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communication and Global Markets at the Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Enrico advanced his studies further in the same university, earning a master’s degree in Management and Digital Innovation in 2017. But he didn’t stop there as Enrico is now working toward his master’s in business administration at Woolf.
Enrico’s seven-year career has had him wearing many hats. Starting out initially as a social media manager, he has also worked as a brand specialist, PPC campaign specialist, SEM trainer, paid search advertising quality analyst, and so on.
His remote and onsite career has seen Enrico work with companies from all over, including Dublin, London, Milan, Lombardy, Lisbon, Berlin, and now, Dubai, at SEO Sherpa, where he works as PPC manager orchestrating client digital advertising campaigns and optimizing pay-per-click strategies to maximize ROI.
Enrico continues to hone his expertise, earning a number of industry certifications, including Campaign Manager Certification (Google), Google Ads Search Certification, Search Ads 360 Certification, Facebook Certified Media Buying Professional and Facebook Certified Media Planning Professional.
Aside from being a bona fide fan of Philippine mangoes, Enrico loves coffee and water. He says coffee keeps him energized while water keeps his blood circulating (LOL). He also enjoys working remotely — whether as a freelancer or full-time remote worker.
A self-confessed night person, Enrico says that if he were an animal, he’d be an eagle because he likes to explore — which is probably why he’s done his fair share of traveling around the world, exploring lesser-known places and enjoying nature, while using his ability to make people laugh wherever he goes.
On a serious note, Enrico wants to solve the global pollution problem if he is given the resources to do so. After all, he loves his family who’s sure to get his $1 million; that is, if he chances upon that windfall.
Still, that $1 million (or more) might just happen when Enrico finally gets to build his own company. Good thing he has the patience to see such a massive undertaking through. When that happens, we’ll be there to congratulate Enrico 😀