Jack Zuckowsky Took Advantage of Platform Integration

When Jack Zuckowsky was twelve years old, he started making meme pages on Facebook for fun in his free time. From there, he established his roots of knowledge in social media and waited for an opportunity to make his next move. When Instagram emerged as the platform to be on, he immediately began to integrate onto the platform and take full advantage of it.

Being ahead of the curve and joining the platform early, Jack learned the ins and outs. He began to sell some of the meme pages he was making on Instagram for thousands of dollars, making a lucrative business out of it. “At this point, I realized the potential in this business- and my father thought so as well. With his knowledge on how to run a back-office and my knowledge in the social media space, it was a no-brainer,” says Zuckowsky. From there, he was given an opportunity from SDA Media to run their pages, where he was managing pages totaling over 70 million followers.

Zuckowsky loves what he does, and he finds the most rewarding part of his job to be that he gets people into the spotlight who might not usually get the chance to otherwise. He has an impressive clientele, including Greg Kasyan, who landed the lead role in Netflix’s film “Daybreak” after working with Zuckowsky.

Since he could establish himself on Instagram early on, Jack Zuckowsky has been killing the digital marketing game for quite some time now. There is no limit to where Jack Zuckowsky could go in this industry with no signs of slowing down. It is only a matter of time before he is a premier agent in the game.

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