Discosloth revamps the way businesses pay for digital advertising. Industry jargon doesn't mean anything without seeing cold, hard results, so our single focus is improving your bottom line. We’re a search marketing company providing PPC and SEO services to clients across the world, featured in media like the New York Times, Washington Post, and Inc.
Anya was born in a former Soviet Socialist Republic no one's heard of, which is probably why she now works from abroad. Before starting Discosloth, she worked in data science & marketing for several international companies. She's obsessed with Harry Potter, red wine, and chocolate. In her spare time, she learns how to program.
Gil was born in a southern US state no one knows about: definitely why he’s since visited 42 countries. For 5 years he worked in media for NGOs, where he wore hazmat suits, took photos, rode motorcycles, and stayed in humid African hotels. He drinks black coffee in the morning and scotch in the evening. He pretends to play bass and guitar.
Ashton was born in Florida and is now based out of Austin, Texas. He's a full stack developer with an interest in platform engineering, IoT, and Go. He serves as Discosloth's technical advisor, enjoys cooking, loud music, and is an unlockable character in the 2010 video game Paintball 2.
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