Hi, I’m Daniel Christensen

I’m all about Family, Online Marketing, and Cinnamon Rolls

I juggle my time between family, attempting to avoid junk food, and running a business. When I’m not hanging out with my wife and daughter, I’m doing internet marketing. I specialize in local SEO, content creation, and link-building to make sure businesses dominate search results and get more customers.

A little about me…

Farm Kid

I grew up on a farm in Idaho. You may think that ALL kids in Idaho grow up on a farm, and you’re not far off, but it’s still a huge part of who I am. There are a lot of misconceptions in agriculture and are worth debunking every chance I get.


I graduated from college in 2014 with a Business Management Degree (Marketing Emphasis), which eventually led me to Search Engine Optimization. In a nutshell, search engines like Google want to show the best sites when someone searches. So businesses come to me in order to make their sites better so Google will show their businesses to potential customers. That’s the most watered down version of what I do in a very technical and complicated field – I’m pretty sure my family think I’m unemployed.

I did an internship with an SEO and marketing company and was hired full-time with another great company. I worked there for a year and decided to venture out on my own, creating Morningdove Marketing in the process. It’s been a pretty incredible process, with the full range of emotions coming out on a weekly basis.


Faith has played a big role in my life and continues to give me daily strength. I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and love to have good-natured discussions about it, even if we disagree 🙂

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I started this blog to hone my writing and teach people about things that are important to me- Business, Religion, Marketing Agriculture, and if I’m up for endless ridicule, maybe even some Culture/Politics thrown in there.

The two most important days of your life are the day you were born, and the day you find out why.”

-Mark Twain