Hunter Ogden Hewitt is a digital marketing specialist in the online media industry.

Hunter is based in Dallas, and currently works for a Fortune 10 company in a B2B digital marketing role.

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As a transplant from the world of print media, Hunter stays true to his journalistic background. But he’s also very comfortable with the rapidly growing mobile-first mentality of B2B and B2C digital content creation and marketing.

In addition to being a talented writer, editor, speaker, communicator and listener (a lost art), Hunter’s hands-on experience includes:

  • Developing an overall content marketing strategy
  • Creating and managing annual and monthly editorial calendars
  • Mastering WordPress and other CMSs
  • Working daily with HTML5/CSS code
  • Collaborating with SMM, SEM and email marketing teams and utilizing best practices
  • Writing, editing, publishing and maintaining several articles that are No. 1 Google search results
  • Leading and executing paid “Sponsored Content” campaigns.
  • Amassing more than 10 million page views on bylined articles, landing pages and websites
  • Customizing, coding and scheduling newsletters sent to more than 1 million subscribers
  • Crafting social media teasers and graphics that received hundreds of shares and likes on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram
  • Managing projects involving visual designers, UX specialists and developers
  • Analyzing website metrics and data via Adobe Analytics (previously Omniture Site Catalyst)
  • Producing visual content via multimedia editing programs (Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro)

Hunter Hewitt

Hunter is a proud graduate of San Diego State University. While playing football for the Aztecs, he studied journalism with hopes of someday finding a career in the writing and editing industry. He earned his degree in journalism with a minor in communication from SDSU.

After graduating, Hunter worked for the San Francisco Chronicle as the University of Cal athletics beat writer. Next, he joined CBS College Sports Network as a content producer. He followed that by becoming the fitness editor for Active.com, a B2C health, fitness and endurance sports content website and event registration company that registers more than 70 million page views per month.

In addition to Active.com and the San Francisco Chronicle, Hunter has produced published works for The Daily Aztec, East County Magazine, GoAztecs.com, Lamorinda Weekly, SportStars Magazine and Mountain West Connection.

He also created his own blog, titled AztecsForLife.com, where he wrote about the San Diego State football program during his final season on the team.

You can find Hunter Hewitt on LinkedIn, Twitter, FacebookAbout.me, TumblrPinterest and any other social networking website he could potentially rank for in Google.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Hunter!

    I am a founder of a UK-founded health startup called WAFFL. We are releasing a fitness app in the next month that is unique in it’s approach (not gimmicky) to solve the general problems every day people have in terms of getting in shape, seeking the right counsel and having true convenience as they undertake their journey. The app acts as a fully comprehensive health coach to the user, and provides TRULY bespoke exercise, nutrition and wellbeing plans. We believe the route to optimal health is based on a multitude of factors, which we address and make it a simple process for users. We would love you to review our app, which is due for release in a month’s time. If this is of interest, I can provide more information as well as add you to our beta test list.


    Esosa Egonmwan

  2. Hunter

    I just stumbled upon your blog, I think this would be a great platform for supporting the efforts of the AFL. I know that you are as enthusiastic about Aztec football is any of us on the Board of Directors of the AFL, so I know that reaching out to you to help us continue to brand Aztec football through its alumni chapter (AFL)

    We missed you at the annual huddle event last night, hope you will be attending the July 29 Coryell Memorial golf tournament, this year it will be held at Carmel Mountain Ranch.

    Good luck and keep up the good work. Go Aztecs

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