Mike is a truly phenomenal SEO/Social Media Marketing professional. His abilities are instrumental in enhancing the firm’s perception with our clients based on the work he does on their behalf. He has an incredible knack for combining speed with quality that inevitably exceeds everyone’s expectations, while putting the clients’ best interest ahead of everything else.
Peter Lawley, Danconia Media
Mike blends his journalism background with deep internet know-how to make websites shoot up in google’s rankings.
Jack Earl, Danconia Media
Mike possesses an amazing knowledge and understanding of SEO and innovative digital marketing techniques. I constantly learn new and fascinating things that Mike has uncovered through research and implementation.
He is always eager to add creative ideas to our projects, which play a large role in providing our clients with effective and lasting results.
Jon Simoni, Danconia Media
Mike is a true professional in every sense of the word. He is an incredible worker, colleague, and father.
Nancy Bean Foster, New Hampshire Union Leader
Mike Kalil was a fantastic Correspondent Reporter for us at the Union Leader/NH Sunday News. Mike’s strengths, such as his ability to meet deadlines, his creativity, accuracy and great work ethic would be an asset to any company, universally.
Courtney Murphy, New Hampshire Union Leader
Mike and I covered neighboring towns in southern New Hampshire as correspondents for the Union Leader newspaper. It was my first newspaper job, but not Mike’s. He knew the ropes after working and interning in the area for years. He was more than happy to take me under his wing, telling me who was important to know and how to get the best stories.
Over more than a year, he proved to be such a help on anything from providing a little historical context to aggressively digging in on stories we worked together. (Remember the story we broke about the largest drug bust in county history? Fun!)
Mike was a hard-worker who at times did the work of two correspondents when we were short-handed. He was smart and well respected both by his colleagues and sources. And his writing was also very good. (Can’t count the number of times I first got his feedback on a paragraph or two I was having trouble with before sending it off to an editor.)
Overall, I think Mike will be successful in whatever he puts his energy towards.
Trent Spiner, New Hampshire Union Leader