Austin Georgas has turned his success with early social media platforms into an impactful marketing and promotions company that helps talents and aspiring stars break out using social media. Georgas is right at the top of the social media marketing industry. He excels at leveraging different platforms to give a brand or individual all the exposure they need to take their business further.
Georgas works as a senior account manager at Flighthouse. His marketing and music industry expertise has helped him maintain a solid reputation as an entertainment entrepreneur through his company, UselessClout. As the senior account manager at Flighthouse, Georgas has worked on projects with noteworthy impact on pop culture. Flighthouse has more than 27 million followers on TikTok and has used the booming platform to promote music and corporate brands to its strong Gen Z followers. Brands like Tinder, Hollister Co, and ELF have all trusted Flighthouse with their marketing; and Flighthouse has kept that trust strong through its interactive, compelling, and fully immersive content that portrays those brands’ values. Flighthouse also broke songs like “Say So” by Doja Cat, “Up” by Cardi B, “Roxanne” by Arizona Zervas, ”Roses” by SAINt JHN, and many others on TikTok. At Flighthouse, Georgas has been able to fully explore his music marketing expertise and challenge himself to make big things happen.
Putting in the work is one unique trait about Georgas. It is the one thing his clients can count on him to deliver. “I have an incredible work ethic. I never get comfortable, and I’m always looking for ways to stay ahead of the curve,” Georgas says. Beyond the marketing team at Flighthouse, where Georgas is a key piece, there’s also a creative team that creates music trends to ensure that a song’s promotional campaign gets to the right audience. Another thing about Flighthouse is that the company ensures that campaigns for their clients benefit both the clients and the company.
Georgas spent years acquiring all the knowledge he has on marketing and promotional campaigns, and he’s using that knowledge for good. His work at UselessClout and Flighthouse lend credence to this.
Georgas aims to move his business operations to Los Angeles in the next five years and establish a more robust network in the entertainment scene. He also foresees more growth by seeing how he has grown UselessClout’s YouTube channel to 100,000 subscribers and over 20 million views in less than six months. Georgas’s vast experience in building things from scratch has played a big role throughout his career, and he intends to keep forging ahead.Learn more about Georgas on his official Instagram handle. Also, check out Flighthouse’s official website and UselessClout’s official YouTube channel.