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Web designer, social media marketer, first adopter, innovator, journalist, family man, all these adjectives can be used to describe Seth. Seth Goldstein HeadshotSince 2007, Seth has been the Principal Creative Director at Goldstein Media, where he helps clients of all sizes with their Web design and Internet marketing. In addition to Goldstein Media, Seth has worked at various interactive agencies and large corporations. His responsibilities included, but were not limited to, Web development, search engine optimization, social customer service and support, and social media marketing.

Seth is also head of marketing for a small startup called My Sensory Locations. My Sensory Locations (MSL) is a tool that can help you easily locate a restaurant or location based on your unique sensory needs. We are developing a new method to visit a location that is based on the data of the 6 Senses – Sight, Sound, Movement, Touch, Taste & Smell. Our mission is to solve the challenges that individuals with sensory needs encounter within their community. Our goal is to greatly reduce stress and anxiety and ensure that everyone has a great time.

Having worked with small and large companies, Seth has the right mix of credentials needed to work with teams of all sizes on a wide breadth of subject matters.

More About Seth

In addition to his work at Goldstein Media and MSL, Seth is the founder of PhillyTech.org, a podcast network, which focuses on highlighting the Philadelphia startup and technology scene.

Among the shows on the network, he currently hosts two shows: The Interview Show, where he interviews notable business people and Social Media Addicts, a weekly discussion podcast focused on social media and its affect on business and marketing. Seth is also the former co-host of the, Addicted to Social Media podcast (no longer on-the-air). Like Social Media Addicts, A2SM was a weekly podcast devoted to all things social media. During the podcast’s 3 year run, he along with his two co-hosts interviewed many notable social media stars, including Cali Lewis, Amber Mac, Chris Heuer, Brian Solis, Chris Brogan, Loic Le Muir, Robert Scoble, among many others.

Active in the startup community in Philadelphia, Seth is a member of PANMA (the Philadelphia Area New Media Association), the Philly New Tech Meetup and the Philly Junto.

When not online, Seth loves to spend time with his wife and 2 1/2 year old son. This is a profile site. You will find numerous sections including Seth’s resume, his portfolio, his social media dashboard and much more.

All opinions expressed are his own and do not reflect the opinions of his clients or employers.

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