is the Digital Marketing Evangelist for Google and the co-founder of
Through his blog, Occam’s Razor, and his bestselling books, “Web
Analytics 2.0″ and “Web Analytics: An Hour A Day”, Avinash has become
recognized as an authoritative voice on how marketers, executive teams
and industry leaders can leverage data to fundamentally reinvent their
digital existence. Avinash puts a commonsense framework around the
often frenetic world of web analytics and combines that with the
philosophy that investing in talented analysts is the key to long-term
success. He passionately advocates customer centrism and leveraging
bleeding edge competitive intelligence techniques.
Avinash has received rave reviews for bringing his energetic,
inspiring, and practical insights to companies like Unilever, Dell,
Time Warner, Vanguard, Porsche, and IBM. He has delivered keynotes at a
variety of global conferences, including Search Engine Strategies,
Ad-Tech, Monaco Media Forum, iCitizen, JMP Innovators’ Summit, The Art
of Marketing and Web 2.0.
Acting on his passion for teaching Avinash has lectured at major
universities such as Stanford University, University of Virginia,
University of California – Los Angeles and University of Utah. Avinash
received the 2009 Statistical Advocate of the Year award from the
American Statistical Association, and the 2011 Most Influential
Industry Contributor award from the Web Analytics Association.
is the co-author of the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, USA Today
and New York Times bestselling books “Call to Action”, “Waiting For
Your Cat to Bark?” and “Always Be Testing”.
Bryan has been the keynote speaker for Search Engine Strategies,
Shop.org, Direct Marketing Association, MarketingSherpa, E-consultancy,
Webcom, SEM Konferansen Norway and the Canadian Marketing Association.
He is also the co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Web Analytics
Bryan serves as an advisory board member of Search Engine Strategies,
the eMetrics Marketing Optimization Summit and several venture capital
backed startup companies (ie. Bazaarvoice, Monetate, UserTesting.com,
BoostCTR, Runa, etc.) and is on the board of trustees of the Direct
Marketing Education Foundation.
Jennifer Evans Cario
is President of SugarSpun Marketing, and as a social media strategist
has made a career out of finding unique and creative ways to connect
with consumers without spending a fortune in marketing dollars.
Jennifer is known for using real language and a common sense approach
that delivers solid results while still allowing her clients to fully
understand and participate in the process.
Jennifer is a highly requested speaker and trainer and is a regular
fixture at the major online marketing conferences. She also serves as
Adjunct Professor for Rutgers University‘s online Social Media Mini MBA
program. She is the author of three books, including “Pinterest
Marketing: An Hour a Day”. Jennifer lives in Bentleyville, PA with her
husband Matt and their three children.
is the author of “Advanced Google Adwords”, and founder of Certified
Knowledge, an online source where the Paid Search community comes
together for PPC training, tools, and advice.
Brad makes it his mission to share his expertise in Paid Search with
online marketers so they can build successful online campaigns that
generate business. He frequently writes columns for Search Engine Land,
co-moderates the AdWords forum on Webmaster World, has spoken at more
than 35 conferences, and has led more than 60 AdWords seminars.
Through his experiences, training, writing, and speaking, Brad has
demystified the world of Paid Search. Take advantage of Brad’s
expertise as you go behind the scenes in order to master the systems
and strategies of Paid Search.
is a passionate SEO, influential writer and obsessed life list
completer. He is the author of the best selling book “Search Engine
Optimization Secrets” and was the co-founder of Making it Click, a
marketing training business.
Danny’s expertise has been cited in Time Magazine, PC World, Smashing
Magazine and Seattle Post-Intelligencer and has been translated into
Japanese, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German and
Hungarian. He has spoken at numerous conferences (spanning three
continents) and his work has been accessed online in more than 175
Before starting his own company, Danny was the Senior SEO Manager at
AT&T and the Lead SEO at SEOmoz.org (now Moz.com).
was named one of the top Chief Marketing Officers on Twitter
(@jeffhasen) and is the founder and president of mobile consultancy
Gotta Mobilize and author of two books, “The Art of Mobile Persuasion”
and “Mobilized Marketing”.
Jeff co-created the certification program for the Mobile Marketing
Association. He is one of only two individuals certified by the MMA to
train professionals and students on mobile marketing definitions,
techniques and benefits. He recently was the sole mobile marketing
certification trainer at the Direct Marketing Association’s national
Previously, he saw Hipcricket grow annual revenue from approximately $1
million to $25 million, a public market listing, designation by CTIA as
a pioneer and by a leading wireless analyst as an “industry
powerhouse”, and sale in 2011.
is regarded as pioneers and leading authorities on online publicity,
Greg has extensive experience in public relations, corporate
communications and marketing. Greg is the author of“YouTube and Video
Marketing: An Hour a Day”, and writes for Search Engine Watch and
ReelSEO. Prior to co-founding SEO-PR in 2003, Greg was the Vice
President of Marketing at WebCT, Director of Corporate Communications
at Ziff-Davis, and Director of Corporate Communications at Lotus
was the president of IDM Partners, an online direct marketing
agency that had IBM Global Services, Sprint, and The Great Plains
Software Division of Microsoft as clients, prior to co-founding SEO-PR.
Before that, he headed a Bay-area PR and Marcom firm, JONA Group, which
launched more than 40 Internet startups between 1995 and 1999.
(aka stuntdubl) has over 10 years of experience in internet marketing
and consulting on search marketing management at an executive level.
He’s consulted and created training documentation for the Public
Broadcast System (PBS.org), Meredith Corporation, Thomas Industrial,
Rasmussen College, Real Networks, and other large brands.
Todd has done traffic acquisition, marketing consulting, affiliate
marketing, search engine optimization, pay-per-click management, ad
buying, sales, business development, public speaking and project
management. He’s helped to build a few companies, including
He has been named among the top 50 Most Influential Marketers of 2008
and 2009 by Invesp.com, and Top 40 Most Influential in Search Marketing
by GSInc.co.uk. He has been cited by Inc. Magazine, The Sydney Herald,
Website Magazine, The New York Post, Infoworld, and others on search,
reputation management, social media, and other web related issues.