In 2008, Blythe was working as a waitress and a blogger with a dream of owning her own company when she received an opportunity to work in the world of logistics.
As an executive assistant to the C-suite, she gained first-hand knowledge of the daily operations of a $140M asset-based logistics provider. Knowing about her blogging side hustle, the executive team allowed her to take on the additional responsibility of the company’s digital marketing initiatives where over the course of 5 years, orchestrated two website redesigns, implemented an inbound marketing initiative, and established a sales outreach plan.
After 5 years and following the unexpected closure of the logistics company, Blythe chose to seek opportunities in traditional marketing and media. During this time she served as editor in chief of Void Magazine, B2B copywriter for an ad agency, and radio/TV broadcaster in the North Florida market. During this time, her team earned several awards including three ADDY’s plus earning runner-up as Jacksonville’s Best Radio Personality.
Eventually, Blythe would use these skills to fulfill her primary goal by founding Digital Dispatch in 2018. Present-day, Blythe and her team oversee a variety of digital marketing and web development projects for their clients with an omnichannel approach.
Using turnkey and custom-built solutions, Digital Dispatch offers worry-free web services and digital marketing training to help you shorten sales cycles and amplify brand awareness. Which is fancy talk for helping you make sense of modern-day digital media strategies so you don’t have to spend hours on YouTube figuring out what all these acronyms mean.
In addition to running her company, Blythe is also a co-founder of the group Jacksonville Podcasters Unite, hosts the tech/B2B marketing show Cyberly on FreightWaves, and serves on the board of the Transportation Sales and Marketing Association.