Matt Gillis who has 20+ years of mobile, media, and technology expertise with a history of building and operating companies from startup to scaled global market leader delivering $1B+ in annual revenues. He spent the last 8 years prior to joining clean.io in the digital media industry leading the publisher platforms business at Millennial Media (which he took public on the New York Stock Exchange), AOL (post-acquisition of Millennial Media), and Oath (now called Verizon Media, which was the combination of AOL/Yahoo). He is also Married, with three great kids.
Brett Curry is the CEO of OMG Commerce, a digital marketing agency and Google Premier Partner. Brett is the host of the eCommerce Evolution Podcast highlighting what’s new and what’s next in eCommerce. He and his team manage Google, Amazon, and YouTube Ad campaigns for growing eCommerce brands. He’s a frequent speaker on top industry stages like IRCE, Traffic & Conversion Summit, Social Media Marketing World, Seller Con and more.
Paxton Gray is the CEO of 97th Floor, a marketing agency with clients like Discover, Celebrity Cruises, and Salesforce. He started in the digital marketing world in 2007 and has been with 97th Floor since 2013. Paxton serves on the Marketing and Business Education board as an advisor to the Alpine School District, and teaches marketing at Brigham Young University. Paxton has been a featured speaker at industry conferences all over the world, sharing insights learned through years of client work.
Kari DePhillips is the CEO of The Content Factory, a digital marketing agency that specializes in SEO and PR. She’s also the co-host of the Workationing podcast, which follows her adventures working around the world while knocking items off of her bucket list. She’s also the co-founder of the Sisters in SEO Facebook group, which has grown to become the largest network of women in a very male-dominated industry.
Matthew Woodward found that back in 2012 it was clear from browsing around popular digital marketing blogs and forums that there were a lot of myths, misinformation and generally terrible rehashed advice being shared. So he decided to set up a blog in part to share his knowledge but also as an SEO experiment to put an old theory to the test and see if it was possible to rank a site with zero link building.