Non-Profit Series: A Manager's Simple Checklist for Online Success (Part V)

Dennis Yu (BlitzLocal.com), Gillian Muessig (SEOmoz) & Don Campbell (Expand2Web)

Dennis Yu

Dennis Yu is CEO of BlitzLocal.com, a 50 person agency based in Westminster, Colorado, specializing in local lead gen via integrating Facebook advertising with social media marketing, pay-per-click advertising, directory listings, web analytics, and call tracking. Clients include Quiznos, Equifax, Maggianos, Famous Daves, and other national retail and franchised outlets.

Dennis is a 14 year veteran of online marketing via Yahoo! and American Airlines. He has spoken at SMX West, SMX Singapore, SMX Sydney, Affiliate Convention, the American Marketing Association, and other venues. He and his teammates also provide pro bono Google Adwords management to select non-profits, including March of Dimes, Grameen Foundation, International Rescue Committee, and others.

Gillian Muessig

Gillian Muessig is the President & Co-Founder of SEOmoz, the web's most recognized and respected name in search engine optimization tools, resources & community. Having helped to shepherd the company through its inception years, Gillian is the recipient of the 2009 World Brand Leadership Award. Known as SEOmom throughout the industry, Gillian travels the world evangelizing for both the company and the search marketing industry.

SEOmoz, Gillian and her partner, son, and CEO Rand Fishkin, have been featured in publications such as Newsweek, NPR, and the NYTimes. Gillian is known to have her hand on the pulse of the profession and has provided keynotes and sessions for conferences such as IMC,SMX, PubCon, A4UExpo, Affiliate Convention, and TiE in UK, EU, Scandinavia, India, SE Asia, China, Japan, Canada, and throughout the US. Gillian's radio program, This Business of Search airs on Webmaster Radio, beginning January, 2010.

Don Campbell

Don Campbell created Expand2Web to help small business owners build WordPress websites that rank in the top of local search results on Google, Yahoo and Bing, in addition to helping organizations build strategy around effective web presence.

His tech career began with a 30-person start-up company called Interwoven, and became an instrumental part of their growth to 1,000 people and completing an IPO in 2000. He has advised companies such as eBay, Amazon, FedEx, Cisco & Ford on their web content management tools and procedures. As a Group Product Manager responsible for a $5M product line, he also presented internationally at technology conferences like Microsoft TechEd, IBM WebSphere and many others.

Most recently Don presented one of his joint venture startups at the TechCrunch 50 event in front of an audience of over 1,500 people and thousands more on the web. RefMob was one of 50 finalists chosen from 1,200 of this year’s hottest start-ups from around the world.

Category: Management