For over 20 years, TSL Marketing has helped B2B technology companies grow their business with our rockstar team of creatives, project managers, and sales reps.
We’ve evolved from a strictly lead gen space to a strategic, digital marketing and sales solutions provider focused on serving our clients with the utmost diligence and care.
That care extends to our employees. We are proud of our collaborative culture and commitment to refine processes and produce good work together.
--Norma Shepardson, Sr. Director, User Experience
At TSL, we welcome a diverse pool of job and internship candidates because we understand that diversity is the key to success in our business. By providing a space for other perspectives to come to the table — no matter how big or small the issue or decision is — our potential for growth increases exponentially.
Interested in agency life? Send an email to our recruitment team to learn about our openings. You’ll gain valuable work experience while exploring what happens behind the scenes.
From new college grad to SEO Subject Matter Expert, Ryan Brady is the perfect example of how persistence and enthusiasm can go a long way at TSL Marketing.
“I had just graduated college when I accepted a telemarketing position at TSL. Around that same time, TSL had started a creative department, which was something I was interested in as I had majored in digital art and design.
I began asking colleagues on the digital team if I could lend a hand on projects. They didn’t take me up on my offers at first, but I continued putting myself out there. After a couple of years, TSL opened up positions internally for the creative digital team. I thought, ‘This is perfect. This is my calling.’
Unfortunately, I didn’t get any of those spots, but I kept poking. TSL continued to get more digital work from new and existing customers, and eventually I was assigned a few hours per week to code emails. Delivering quality work on a few projects was the foot in the door that I needed.
Before I knew it, I had about eight hours a week in addition to being on the phones. The department was growing, and I continued to make myself available for design. My digital hours increased slowly until I was full-time creative. After about 3 years of experience working on landing pages and websites, I was asked to help out with technical SEO. I began with fixing images and links that were broken, but over time, I gained expertise in more advanced practices like optimizing content.
I got very lucky. I didn’t even find TSL at the start of it — they found me. We didn’t even have a creative team at the time. I stuck with TSL and just made sure I kept poking. And then it just snowballed.
There was always the sense of family that TSL gave me that I didn’t feel anywhere else. Nothing is perfect, but I appreciated the way TSL treated me and the way I felt like they’re always investing in me. The work I’m doing now is because TSL trained me and gave me the opportunity to learn. It was a bit of good timing, but it was also because TSL took the time as well, and I’m so grateful for it.”