SavvyRevenue is a PPC agency exclusively dedicated to serving mid-to-large ecommerce businesses.

Our team is lead by passion. From what clients we take on to the work we do, we want to feel passionate and excited about the work we’re doing. It is how we work most effectively, and it is how we can make sure you receive the best service possible

We like to say we have one goal above all else: passion for what we do. We want to have passion lead the way we run our agency. From what clients we take on to what work we do, we need to feel passionate about the work we’re doing.

I built SavvyRevenue with transparency as a core value. We know the value we drive to each of our clients. We don’t need to build in hidden price jumps for tools that do the work we take credit for. We know that a tool is nothing but a hammer lying idle on the floor without the right craftsman steering its direction.

The Clients We’re a Best Fit For

Clients who will get the most out of our services are mid-sized ecommerce stores selling common goods, with a typical digital marketing spend between $20,000 and $200,000 per month, or the potential to get there.

Typically, our clients have one or more of the following challenges:

  • Scaling their paid search program profitably
  • Figuring out the right attribution model (last click is so 2009)
  • Maintaining solid data feeds to use across Google Shopping and other marketplaces
  • Tailoring strategies through the year’s seasons (V-Day, Back to School, Black Friday, etc.)
  • Monetizing mobile traffic
  • Expanding into new channels and exploiting advantages

Our services are built around solving these challenges. We don’t do anything outside of ecommerce, and rarely move outside of solving these challenges for new clients. This is what we do, and this is why.

Why The Name SavvyRevenue?

Pushing revenue just to bolster numbers, with no regard for whether that revenue is profitable is a lose-lose situation. That’s why we chose the name SavvyRevenue.

You don’t just have to be smart about how you manage your money, but also about how you acquire your revenue. We help ecommerce stores drive profitable revenue and new customers through proven strategies, innovative experiments, and good old-fashioned hard work.

How Deep-End Experiences Shaped Me

I’m the founder and Lead PPC Manager at SavvyRevenue. I’m also the cofounder of White Shark Media, a Google Ads Premier SMB Partner. I stepped out of day-to-day operations of White Shark Media in 2016 to found SavvyRevenue.

I started out in PPC back in 2008 when the company I worked for turned their business model around from promoting job ads with 1:1 Google Ads campaigns to promoting their clients via Google Ads. I kept sneaking a peak at the person in charge of Google Ads and thought we could be doing this better and more efficiently. .

First Agency Experience

Fast-forward one year, and I landed my first job as lead PPC manager in an upcoming agency. This was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I came into an agency (formerly known as Analyzers, later acquired) that was exploding at its seams. The founder had hired two sales people and managed all the PPC campaigns alone. When he finally hired me, they had a waiting list of 41 PPC contracts needing to be fulfilled.

Needless to say, I was thrown in at the deep end, but this ended up being up one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Throwing myself in at the deep end has since characterized some of my favorite experiences.

I worked around the clock to fulfil those contracts and ended up learning everything there was about PPC at the time.

Since then, it’s been a fast-pace with several “deep end” experiences:

  • Pursued my dream of living abroad by moving to Malta and starting my own Danish PPC agency
  • Doubled-down on my dream and moved halfway across the world (sorry, mom!) and co-founded one of the biggest PPC agencies for SMBs in the US
  • White Shark Media was hand-picked and awarded the (at the time exclusive) Google Ads Premier SMB Partnership as one of the first 25 agencies
  • Grew a successful Marketing department from 2012 to 2014 that was responsible for more than $600,000 in annual revenue as well as tens of thousands of visitors and hundreds of leads each month as CMO
  • Grew White Shark Media to more than $10,000,000 in annual revenue (not including client spend), 1,500 clients and 220 employees as the VP of PPC (2016)

During 2016, I was becoming antsy. With 1,500 clients and 220 employees, management’s role becomes more about processes, operations, and business administration. It had taken me far away from the trenches of the field I’m passionate about.

Moving on From Your Baby

After hiring incredibly skilled employees throughout 2016, we decided that it was time for me to move on. It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, but looking back it was yet another great deep end experience.

SavvyRevenue was officially launched in April of 2017 and I’m back in the trenches working with amazing people, awesome clients and together we’re setting the bar for what performance should look like.

Sharing What I Learn Through Blogging

Throughout my years, one of the constants have been sharing my experiences and something I’ve enjoyed a lot. It adds clarity to my own processes and keeps me on my toes. If you’re doing bad work and share it through blogging I have dozens of people ready to call me out.

I have guest posted on,, and, amongst others, and have been mentioned on,, and many more.

I have spoken at several events, including Local Search Association, MarketingCamp, and White Shark Media customer events.

2016 was an off-year where I mainly stuck to speaking, but I’m eager to come back to the blogging scene with amazing content in 2017.


SavvyRevenue was founded with the vision to become the lead revenue-driving agency for ecommerce stores rather than “just” a PPC agency. PPC is just one channel, and managing the full picture will increasingly become more and more important.

There are times where you’re better off spending $5,000 per month on CRO services rather than adding them to your PPC budget. There are times where you should invest in retention marketing software to better your email marketing than spend money on PPC.

And then there are times where you need to have all your marketing working together. For example, sending a follow-up email to a previous customer mixed with a strong retargeting strategy across Google, Display, and Facebook is a very cost-effective way to expand your marketing profitably.

Allowing us to go full-circle will ensure your money is spent where you’ll get the biggest returns across all channels.

Some of the future services you’ll be able to find on will be:

  • Expanding our Paid Social Platform Coverage
  • Expanding our Amazon Services
  • Email Marketing / Customer Retention
  • Conversion Rate Optimization
  • Review Management
  • Growth Strategy Consulting

All services will continue to have an exclusive focus on e-commerce.