Even if you aren’t attending Pubcon or Dave’s session this episode gives you some ideas on tools, reporting, data points to look at and ways to leverage data to sway decision makers. So give a listen and hopefully, we will spur some ideas to help you.
Host: Mat Siltala
Mat Siltala is an online search industry veteran and co-founder of Avalaunch Media. Mat’s clients have included companies like Sales Force, Work Front, The Home Depot, and Go Pro..
Matt loves networking and relationship building with other industry leaders. Mat is a frequent speaker at major search marketing conferences like Pubcon and Search Marketing Expo, and other marketing events across the country. Matt has even been asked to speak to students in Business/MBA programs at Universities like BYU and Arizona State University.
Mat enjoys fishing trips to Alaska with his buddies, traveling the world with his beautiful wife and 3 kids and is a pretty decent photographer. Find Mat Siltala on SmugMug and Mat Siltala Photography on Instagram
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