About Wise Training Owl

Our goal is to help small businesses become as successful as possible. When small businesses succeed, they create stability not only for themselves, but for their employees, families, and the communities that depend on them. By providing training on how to increase sales and run an efficient business, we help small businesses achieve this stability.

Websites never close and social media doesn’t stop after business hours, so neither do we. Our staff works remotely from virtual offices on flexible schedules, so we can support you at almost any time of the year.

Our success is dependent on your success. If you’re looking to create stability for your business, join us, and we'll show you how. 

Company History

DGdesign LLC

Wise Training Owl is the brainchild of Danielle Glick, an experienced marketer who has worked with first-time small business owners, independent franchise owners, and international brands. Since 2010, Danielle has been testing and implementing marketing strategies to increase sales for small businesses. After a few years, she was getting more new client requests than she could handle, so she started offering her proven strategies via training in 2014. Some members have been with us ever since; find out why they love us.

  • June 2010: DGdesign, LLC, is founded by Danielle Glick as an online advertising agency.

  • November 2014: DGdesign starts offering training.

  • September 2016: DGdesign rebrands their training as “Wise Training Owl” with the launch of WiseTrainingOwl.com.



About Our Founder

Founder & Chief Trainer

Eight years of testing social media features, creating ads, writing email newsletters, and analyzing sales has taught Danielle the marketing techniques that work to increase sales for any small business, particularly those selling experiences via reservations, tickets, products, or collecting new customer requests online. Working with both first-time small business owners and experienced franchisees with multiple locations all over the U.S. has exposed Danielle to the wide variety of marketing challenges that small business owners face. Danielle now shares her proven marketing strategies with those who are ready to learn how to replicate others' success for themselves.

Danielle Glick is the Founder of DGdesign. She designed her first website in 1996 and has been educating herself on all aspects of digital, social, and Internet marketing ever since. As a self-motivated, analytical, yet creative thinker, her collective work experiences have given her the skills to strategize, design, execute, and measure Internet marketing campaigns that engage users and meet business goals.

Danielle graduated the University of Cincinnati in 2006 with an Honors Bachelor of Science in Digital Design, cum laude. Through college classes and co-op jobs, she learned user-friendly interface design patterns, principles of graphic design, and how to create all forms of digital multimedia, including: photography, video production, 3D modeling, animation, game design, and creative copywriting. 

Facebook Certified Digital Marketing Associate

In 2019, Danielle was one of the first people in the world to become a Facebook Certified Digital Marketing Associate. People who pass this exam can identify the different platforms that make up Facebook's family of products (including Instagram), establish a business presence on them, understand advertising fundamentals, communicate the value proposition of ad features, and read reporting analytics. Danielle has incorporated their most profitable features into our training, so you don't have to take the Facebook Blueprint courses, too.

Before social media marketing existed, Danielle spent the first four years of her post-collegiate career as a User Experience Designer (UXD) or Information Architect (IA) at large corporations and ad agencies. The UXD philosophy that “all content must make sense to the target audience” still permeates her work today.

Connect with Danielle Glick on LinkedIn to view her full work history.

Danielle as “Dallas Foodie”

Danielle is perhaps most famously known as “Dallas Foodie”, one of the top influential, independent social media food journalists, or “food bloggers”, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. From 2009 to 2016, her Dallas Foodie experiences and network connections gave her firsthand knowledge of how best to market restaurants, bars, wineries, and food events to new and existing customers; and how to influence other food bloggers and food critics. Read more about how Dallas Foodie influences over 57,000 people with every post.

Marketing Speaker & Guest Author

Danielle Glick enjoys teaching people about social media marketing at conferences, corporate events, training workshops, and guest blogging. Her speaking experiences include a national audience at PubCon, business associations, and local Meetup groups. Slides from Danielle’s past speaking engagements can be viewed on Slideshare.net/DGdesign.

2013 Attendee Feedback:

“One of the absolute best presentations we’ve had since our inception in March 2009. The information was practical, relevant, engaging and left me feeling very motivated and excited about implementing all or most of the [ideas] that Danielle Glick shared…”. – Stephanie I., Founder and Event Organizer of DFW Social Media Marketing Meetup
“Great, well thought out presentation. Several a-ha moments popped into my head.” – Lance P.
“Practical, concise, interesting, useful, well thought out plan, very well done.” – Gwen D.
“Great presentation. I can use several of these tactics right away. If you missed this one, you missed one of the best.” – Mitch
“Ms. Glick was inspiring and very creative in the use of Internet Marketing.” – Taama F.
“Great presentation!! Well worth the time!!” – Victoria W.
“She was funny, engaging, and informative…perfect!” – Tony C.

Danielle’s previous speaking engagements with links to all attendees’ reviews and comments can be found at the following event links:

If you are interested in having Danielle speak at your event, please contact her at Danielle @ DGdesign .biz (without the spaces).