Tim Fahndrich, Founder & Speaker

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Tim Fahndrich is co-founder and CEO of WhirLocal, a division of Third River Marketing. 

WhirLocal connects people with local places in their neighborhoods using digital media. 

Tim is a serial “idea guy” who first began working in the internet space when he co-founded one of the first “dot-coms” in the lawn and garden industry in 1996. He and his wife Pam (of 30 years) started Third River Marketing in 2007. 

Tim has been an active volunteer leader in the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce and has served as a mentor to other digital marketing agencies around the country. Tim & Pam have two adult children and reside in Salem, Oregon. Tim is a popular speaker with his audiences on topics such as internet marketing, reputation management, and marketing automation.

Featured WhirLocal Reviews:

The Story Brand Process And Marketing

Helping small businesses define and hone their mission and vision can be a daunting exercise. Many are just trying to service their customers and stay ahead of unseen attacks on the economy, like COVID, and other influences. Tim takes the process of cra Keep Readingfting that vision by simplifying the "creative walk". He is excellent at using the Story Brand technology, contributing to the development of a clear, concise and much simplified message. I know any small business struggling with how to articulate their own path will greatly appreciate the partnership with Tim. He is personal, engaging, easy to follow and has a servant's heart!

Mike S. Oct 2nd, 2020

What You Need To Know

Tim gives an understandable and interesting presentation on a technical and critical subject: Your online image. He has just the right number of points to present, and color comments that make them real. He talks to you, listens, asks and answers quest Keep Readingions.

Michael B. Nov 29th, 2019 Company Responded

Blog Posts

I lightened my load today

Hello, my name is Tim Fahndrich, and I'm a domain addict. There. I said it. As an idea guy, when lightning (ideas) strike, the first thing I usually do is open up a web browser, go to Godaddy…