This is Us

Who are we?

We don’t design and launch beautiful, badass digital experiences that inspire love in a mobile-first world. In fact, we’ll spare you the grandiose intro, packed with warm fuzzy clichés.

Because nothing that we do is really about us, it’s about you, your brand and delivering a massive ROI (our specialty.)

Here’s what matters 👉 we spend 24/7 selling products on the Internet, and we’re damn good at it. Our results are SO major that we’ll let them toot the horn for us. Toot toot!

Small by design, our thoughtfully assembled team is the living, breathing equivalent of “quality over quantity.”

And just so you know we’re not robots, meet the team below.

Benjamin Philabaum

Benjamin Philabaum

CEO & Partner

Ben wants to live in a world where morning never ends, Facebook Power Editor never has bugs and “Jumper” is real.

As CEO, he’s pretty much the head honcho around here and cares more about our clients and campaigns than there are hours in the day. He’s had some very successful stretches at some of the top agencies in the industry and has been running ads on Facebook since well before most people were even on Facebook.

When he’s not brainstorming for clients, you can find him reading in his hammock, fine-tuning his spiderman skills at the climbing gym or foam rolling because of aforementioned rock walls.

Meredith Schoenberger

Meredith Schoenberger

Creative Director & Partner

Meredith wants to live in a world where white shirts don’t stain, people always choose to be kind and vacations are mandatory.

As head of Creative, she’s dedicated to the look, feel and sound of your campaigns. Coming to us with an impressive background in content marketing and a way with words, she’s been known to bring a brand or two from zero to hero.

When she’s not crafting kick-ass campaigns you can find her making a mess in her kitchen, hiking somewhere without cell service and aimlessly wandering the aisles at Target.

Dan Morrison

Dan Morrison

Account Manager

Dan would like to live in a world where conversation is king, chips and salsa are always present and bottomless, and simple acts of civility—such as holding the door for another or placing one’s dish in the sink—are done without hesitation.

As an account man and digital marketeer, it’s all about the details, and he digs it. Big and small, creative and not so creative, Dan swoons—but not in a weird way.

When he’s not locked into the matrix or making a bad joke, you can find him at a show or pretending to surf.  



Account Manager

Karolina wants to live in a world where bike lanes have replaced highways and every day is #TacoTuesday.

As a Digital Marketing Specialist, Karolina previously worked at a top media agency where she contributed to some of the biggest gaming launches, which won multiple advertising awards along the way.

When Karolina’s not meticulously optimizing campaigns for clients, you can find her on the beach, camping or exploring new areas around LA.

But back to you.


  • Swore off social advertising after a failed attempt
  • Can’t find the time in between your already full-time job and having a life
  • Are concerned that Facebook is going to eat up all your marketing money without showing you concrete results
  • Have had some success on your own, but need a team of experts to take you to the next level
  • Don’t even know where to begin, but know that you need to

Any of those sound familiar? Rest assured, we’ve got you.

Whether you’re starting from scratch, looking for a new direction or need someone to pick up where you left off, Biddyco is here to help.

Social advertising (really) works, especially when you have experts at the wheel. So, if you’re ready to grow your bottom line, we’re ready to help you do it.

But before we go any further, we need you to answer one simple question.

Do you own or work for an E-Commerce company?

If the answer is YES pop us an email to see how we can make social advertising work for you.

If you answered no, although your business is probably doing big things, we just aren’t the agency for you 🙁