Meet Jonathan Bell, Founder of Bells Marketing Consultant - BMC
It’s no secret that today’s teenagers tend to spend a lot of time online. Whether they’re producing videos for Tik Tok, posting daily to Instagram or managing their longest-running Snapchat streak, teens have a pulse on today’s social media trends. And while most teens are content to keep their social media activity strictly for fun, Jonathan Bell has taken a decidedly different approach.
Jonathan Bell is a Springfield teenager who decided to turn his social media expertise into a business. Bell, now a senior at Parkview High School, founded Bells Marketing Consultant – BMC In April 2020 when he was only 16 years old.
As an undeniable ‘Gen Z-er’, Bell grew up surrounded by technology and was a regular user of blogs, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube from an early age. During his time on these platforms he learned the ins and outs of interpreting analytics, increasing ranking results, and more. Now he’s putting those skills to work helping small, medium and enterprise-level businesses.
Helping Businesses Grow
Bell and his team offer a wide range of digital services, including search engine optimization (SEO), paid social media advertising strategies, website development, and more.
“Small businesses love working with us because we hear their stories, provide passion and results, and maintain great communication,” Jonathan says. “Our purpose is to help businesses stand out against their competition and establish a greater footprint.”
Today Bell’s firm has worked with more than a dozen local businesses as well as several out-of-state companies. The work has BMC on track to nearly double profits this year.
Learn More about Jonathan Bell & BMC
If you’re looking for Jonathan you can frequently find him working from the efactory’s coworking space, playing cello in advanced orchestra, on the piano in jazz band, or attending organizational meetings for the Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB), a new leadership program offered at all five Springfield public high schools.
Bell has also been profiled in the Springfield News-Leader’s “Future of the Ozarks” series, which spotlights extraordinary students in the Ozarks with an incredible talent, accomplishment, or passion for helping others.