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Madison McCuiston

Web Specialist + Marketing Associate

Madison McCuiston | Web Specialist + Marketing Associate

Madison's Creative Skills

Madison's Role at SkyeLine

Madison is an SEO Specialist at SkyeLine Studio and is committed to analyzing trends and best practices to develop successful SEO campaigns for our clients. Her primary job is to help the companies we work with grow their businesses by increasing the number of leads coming from their websites. She boosts organic search results through on-page and off-page improvements and extensive keyword analysis. Madison also establishes goals and conversion tracking for our clients.

Along with her SEO responsibilities, Madison is also a Marketing Associate at SkyeLine Studio. She uses her graphic and web design background to support other client projects such as social media, email marketing, and website updates. Calling on her experience in digital media, print, and web development, she has a wide range of expertise and can help the companies we work with grow in multiple areas.

Before SkyeLine Studio

At only 19 years old, Madison started a coffee shop and wine bar in Klamath Falls, Oregon, called Brevada Brewhouse. As a coffee enthusiast and lover of traditional coffee, she created the business and brand from the ground up. Madison established all the marketing materials and managed a highly well-trained team of baristas. After three years of ownership, she left the business to pursue her degree. She graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s in Graphic Information Technology, where she focused on digital, print, and web development studies. 

While pursuing her bachelor’s full-time, Madison was also a full-time freelance graphic designer and web developer, where she gained valuable experience and built her professional portfolio. One of her many freelance opportunities included becoming a website developer for Eco Solar and Electric. After impressing them with her website-building skills and marketing knowledge, she was assigned other projects. Her most recent position was Head of Graphic Design and Marketing for Marina Shiferman Real Estate. She helped create, establish, and market home buying and real estate courses to women. Her daily tasks included creating social media and marketing graphics, website design and updates, creating extensive online courses and materials, establishing marketing campaigns, handling client needs, and other graphic design and marketing responsibilities.

As a previous business owner, she is passionate about using her design and web development skills to help other businesses establish and create unique and memorable brands. 

Outside of the 9-5

Madison was raised in Klamath Falls, Oregon, where she found her love for the outdoors. She grew up hiking, fishing, hunting, traveling, and most recently, rock climbing. Her first outdoor climbing experience was at Smith Rock State Park in Bend, Oregon. Since that moment, she has become addicted to the adrenaline of climbing, where she can push herself mentally and physically and gain new perspectives.

After owning a coffee shop at an early age, Madison knows the importance of freshly roasted coffee. She starts every day with a cup – roasting the beans herself each morning. After that first sip, she feels like she can take on the world.

In 2021, Madison became USOA Miss Oregon at the state competition in Salem, Oregon. After winning the state title, Madison competed for the national United States of America’s Miss title in San Antonio, Texas, where she placed first runner up and got stuck for days in that historical snowstorm! She even has a memorable picture in her Miss Oregon sash in front of the snow-covered Alamo. Her pageant journey has been one of her biggest confidence boosters and has made her drive to be better in all areas of life.

In her spare time, you can find Madison with her dogs, traveling, or enjoying anything outdoors. Although she loves the small town of Klamath Falls, Madison is looking to put down new roots by traveling and visiting places she could eventually call home.