Carly Reeves

Senior Account Executive, Social Media Specialist

Carly Reeves – Senior Account Executive, Social Media Specialist

Carly Reeves partners with clients across all practices to inform and guide digital strategy, build reporting infrastructure and provide analytical insights. She specializes in digital marketing and analytics. 

A native of Northeast Ohio, Carly built her digital marketing career in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining Dix & Eaton, she founded and managed creative agency 2930 Creative with her husband, Chris. During her tenure at 2930 Creative, Carly built social media campaigns for midsize to large organizations, developed internal procedures and policy, and managed a team of several employees and vendors.

Carly's portfolio includes work with nonprofits such as Children's Miracle Network, Extra Life, the Fair Elections Legal Network, United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, and the Campus Vote Project, as well as several political and local awareness campaigns in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. With 2930, Carly received several marketing and design awards including the 2017 Davey Award for Best Annual Report. Additionally, her work with Children's Miracle Network and Extra Life was featured as one of Hubspot's favorite display campaigns of 2015.

Carly began her digital marketing career at Splash Media in Addison, Texas, where she managed social strategy for several companies including the Splash Media brand. Carly's previous work experience also includes brand management at Frisco-based health and wellness company IDLife, where she built analytical reporting infrastructure, created content strategy, and helped to develop brand standards for the rapidly growing wellness brand.  

Carly attended Kent State University. She currently volunteers with nonprofit Bold Idea, supporting its mission to teach underprivileged children how to code and use programming language.

Specializes in:

  • Analytical reporting
  • Social media strategy
  • Social advertising
  • Influencer marketing

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