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Friday 5: 5 Benchmarks for Selecting a Digital Agency

by Paul Chason
March 4, 2016

Welcome back to the third episode of The Mediacurrent Friday 5!

This week, Managing Partner Paul Chason discusses 5 Benchmarks for Selecting a Digital Agency. Choosing an agency to trust with your most valuable digital asset, your website, is not something to take lightly. With years of experience in talking to organizations during their search for a new agency, he provides some key indicators to look for.

Watch the video below to learn more about Pricing, Team Size and Process, Listening for "No" More Than "Yes," Mission, and Successful History.

Have a topic that you'd like to learn more about? Feel free to email us at with any suggestions. Have a great weekend!

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Meet team member, Paul Chason

Paul Chason is the Managing Partner at Mediacurrent, managing the company’s operations and playing roles in sales, infrastructure, technology and marketing. Paul is a rarity in the web industry. With a distinct blend of creative design skills, advanced programming chops, and deep project management experience, Paul has drawn upon his rich Internet knowledge to lead and grow Mediacurrent into a premier Drupal agency.

Paul began his career in the web industry just after Netscape Navigator's debut. After stints at several Atlanta-based companies including WebMD and Home Depot, Paul was inspired to go into business for himself and started Mediacurrent in 2004. Following 3 years of running a solo business that took on projects ranging from illustration to e-commerce websites, Paul decided to re-focus his vision for Mediacurrent, partnering with his friend Dave Terry to grow Mediacurrent into a niche web agency specializing in open source Drupal development.

Paul’s Internet experience spans two decades and includes various web technologies (.NET, SQL Server, PHP, MySQL, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and Drupal), technical architecture, and creative direction.

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