I'm a media influencer marketer, full-stack developer, and consultant in and content development, reputation management and marketing, which includes blogging, video-blogging, SEO consulting, social media, and HTML programing. One of YouTube's first generation of partners, I have made almost 12,000 vlogs. I'm also a builder of system-dynamics-based simulation models, and started a startup called Sports Business Simulations, ran between 2003 - 2010.
I created games used in sports management classrooms: the XFL Simworld and the Oakland Baseball Simworld. While starting Sports Business Simulations, I also formed the corporate strategy, hired staff, raised funds, and marketed the product.
For Zennie62Media, I made and self-host the Zennie62blog.com and three other Wordpress blogs, and I've covered The Night of 100 Stars Oscar Party, NFL Draft and NFL Owners Meetings for the past 11 years, and attended 9 Super Bowls, 7 Comic Con San Diego events as press, The Academy Awards, CES Las Vegas and two Democratic National Conventions. In 2009, I had my own TV show based on my YouTube Channels called "The Blog Report With Zennie62". In 2011, I had another TV show called "Atlanta Vidblogger" for Comcast Local Atlanta.
From this, I have formed a reputation as a top-flight blogger, vlogger, and reputation management and SEO Consultant. The Zennie62Media network has grown to 90 self-made blogs, hundreds of Twitter accounts and Facebook pages - all under my control. That does not include platforms I've made for clients like Baeur's Transportation, Tap Influence, Spritz Marketing, LTD SEO, and The Blog Frog Network, as well as many who do not wish to be identified.
My urban planning and economics education led to stints as a consultant to the Oakland Redevelopment Agency and other California Redevelopment Agencies. In 1995 I was hired as Economic Advisor to Oakland Mayor Elihu Harris; from 1999 to 2001, I headed the effort to bring the Super Bowl to Oakland.