Internet marketing specialist is newest member of local advertising and marketing company
, CEO of Access Publishing, hired Noah Cryns recently as the newest member of his growing team. Cryns, an Internet Marketing Specialist, moved to Paso Robles one year ago and brings along extensive experience gained over the past decade working with leading design firms across the United States.
“Noah is a welcome addition to our team and he has added a new level of expertise to our company,” Brennan said. “It was clear from day one that Noah would fit in quite well around here.”
Cryns will contribute to “everything web design” and work closely with over 100 clients and local businesses to ensure the quality of their website design and content. With a commitment to excellence, he will help clients with their search engine optimization (SEO) and presence on the web.
Access Publishing produces Paso Robles Daily News, an online news site, among other online publications. Access Publishing’s media properties include the San Luis Obispo Visitors Guide, Central Coast Active, North County Access, Your Cambria Phone Book, Templeton Chamber Guide, the Heritage Ranch and Oak Shore directories.
“I am happy to be working at Access Publishing – this is a good fit for me,” Cryns said. “It’s great to be part of an energetic, professional team that performs well in a very relaxed business environment. Everyone here at Access pushes me to do my best each and every day and I hope to bring an added level of commitment and integrity to this amazing company.”
Cryns was born and raised in Chicago, lived in Minneapolis, and has lived in California for 10 years. He has enjoyed living in Paso Robles for the past year and especially enjoys being able to live closer to his extended family. He spent eight years in radio industry, first as a “tech guy” and later moved to the front end as a web designer. In his free time, Cryns enjoys running, hiking and playing the acoustic guitar and singing. He especially enjoys writing music and performing original works as well as cover songs ranging from Elvis to present day at local wineries.