Digital marketer, WordPress Web designer, social media and search engine optimization strategist, journalist, technologist, all of these only begin to tell someone who Seth is.
Born and raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia, Seth has been involved with the Internet in someway since 1994. He was first bitten by the Web design bug in 1998, while a junior in high school. From there Seth went to the University of Delaware, where he got a bachelors in History and Journalism, with minors in Anthropology and Political Science. While at UD, Seth worked at the independent, student-run newspaper The Review, where he got bitten by the journalism bug.
After college, Seth
pursued a career in journalism, working at local newspapers across Pennsylvania. After 4+ years, he decided he needed a change. Having done Web design on the side the whole time, he decided to go back to school for a certificate in Web design. He went to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and opened Goldstein Media at the end of 2007.
Since then Seth has expanded the service offerings of Goldstein Media to include not only Web design, but organic search engine optimization, social media strategy and optimization, email marketing, content marketing, podcast production and much more.
Seth lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with is wife and son.
2007 - Present |
Goldstein Media LLC
Principal Creative Director
A full service digital marketing firm, specializing in helping small to mid-sized companies get a presence online.
2016 - Present | Kutztown, PA
Raging Chicken Press
In charge of managing the Website as well as writing and reporting on local politics and social movements in the Bucks County and Philadelphia-metro area.
Raging Chicken Press is a left/progressive media site based in Kutztown, PA. We are committed to covering and helping build on-the-ground activism and communities of resistance.
Raging Chicken Press was founded in April 2011 on the heels of nationwide attacks on working people, public education, and organized labor.
What began in Wisconsin as an attack on workers’ right to collectively bargain quickly spread to Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Idaho, Florida, New Jersey, New York, and in our home state of Pennsylvania.
What initially appeared to be the work of a “rogue” governor in Wisconsin, showed itself to be a coordinated, and well-funded effort by a new breed of Republicans and their corporate backers.
2007 - 2009 | Philadelphia, PA
University of the Arts
Web Design Certificate
2000 - 2004 | Newark, DE
University of Delaware
B.A., History & Journalism