About The Founder
Troy Mikulka is an Internet marketing strategist. An advocate for entrepreneurs, he specializes in helping savvy businesses harness the Web’s power for business growth to reach their next level of success.
Troy founded InternetOnlineMarketing.com to assist company principals, professionals, and marketing directors in taking control of their Internet marketing strategies. He works with clients to translate their offline business strategies into practical and targeted online marketing strategies. He is also responsible for assembling a team of Internet professionals dedicated to do what it takes to get the job done.
Troy has 25 years of experience as consultant and principal of companies in various industries, ranging from high tech software to commercial investments. He has worked with start-ups to mid-size companies on strategic planning, marketing, raising capital, and project management. Troy has also consulted for and served as a principal of a multi-national firm and non-profit organizations. Prior to his business career, Troy served in military missions in 12 countries with the United States Marine Corps. Troy has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, an Advanced Internet Marketing Certificate from the University of San Francisco, and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Central Connecticut State University.
Troy’s decades of business and consulting experience and advanced degrees give him insight into the obstacles that businesses might face with reaching internet marketing success.
Originally from Connecticut, Troy has lived in Southern California for nearly 25 years with his wife and two daughters. When not spending time with his family and clients, Troy dedicates his time to researching best practices and trends for Internet marketing and social media. He also oversees his international nonprofit, BandofBrothersFoundation.org (bobf.org) in Asia, which sponsors orphanages and supports children in third world countries. He is also an equity investor in real-estate and startup companies.