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Lisa is a WordPress developer and writer. She enjoys helping small businesses achieve their online goals and writing about travel, small business, mini living, buying local, technology, and media. Lisa created her first website in the mid-1990's and developed content for film and new media in Hollywood for over 10 years.

She worked with Madonna's Maverick Films, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's LivePlanet, and the broadband entertainment channels Atom Films and ManiaTV. Lisa worked on films with Joel Silver, Paul Thomas Anderson, Adam Sandler, Sam Raimi, and Stan Lee, and with photographers Helmut Lang and Taryn Simon, and she was also a finalist in the Sony Pictures and Atom Films' 2002 Make Your Mark Competition.

A digital marketing pioneer, she has reshaped digital strategies for brands like, Boost Mobile, Gatorade, Pepsi, FOX TV Studios, XBOX, H2O Africa (, MTV, and Toyota.

Lisa's digital projects have included partnerships with the UN Millennium Project, Sony Pictures International, and National Geographic. She's developed content and game-play for a number of "firsts", including; Sprint’s first multiplayer location-based game, PhoneTag, XBOX360's first original content, Gears of War: Race to E3, Nerd Kingdom's TUG a procedurally-generated, sandbox, role-playing game, and the first "in-world" news for the virtual world SecondLife.

She is a contributing writer to The Mill Magazine, contributing author to LinkedIn for Business and Social Media Marketing: Write Up Your Tweet, and featured in AmericanExpress Open Forum, Intuit Small Business Blog, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and on NPR.

Lisa studied Entrepreneurship and Marketing through the MIT Sloan School of Management OCW Project and received her B.A. in Radio/Television from the University of Central Florida.


Current Location: UK


10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Eastern)

Travel allows me to explore local ideas on a global scale. My work life has not really changed. I still have a US phone number and work during Eastern time zone hours. Although, I have found that I use my time more efficiently.

Lisa McTigue 


The Mill Magazine

The Mill Magazine

Made in the Mill

Made in the Mill



At Home Care Services

At Home Care Services

Fort Mill Economic Council

Fort Mill Economic Council

Under The Ten

Under The Ten

Explore The Mill

Explore The Mill




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