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I combine a traditional marketing & product management background with web design, SEO and social media skills to help businesses succeed online by enriching their web presence and using SEO to drive toward their marketing and business goals. I bring a strong attention to detail, passion, and a sense of organization & structure to everything I do. Through Covario, the leading SEO & SEM software & services agency, and former Netconcepts, I’ve had the pleasure of leading SEO engagements with some of the biggest brands in the world spanning nearly every industry, from cooking to shoes to electronics to events. As Director of Product Management at Covario, I work with various internal teams to manage and develop Covario's SaaS SEO products. I consult with existing clients around product implementation and help expand & secure new business. Since 2003 I have run my own web presence development practice, Identity Developments, a full service, web-standards based web presence company that helps small to mid-sized businesses with domain management, web hosting, xHTML/CSS web design, & SEO. I’ve been published at: - MultiChannel Merchant (multichannelmerchant.com) - MarketingProfs (www.marketingprofs.com) - Searchlight SEO blog at CNET.com (www.cnet.com/seosearchlight) - BusinessWatch Magazine - SEOmoz.org (www.seomoz.org/users/view/16534). I’ve presented at: - American Marketing Association's (AMA) Marketing Workshops - Lindsay, Stone & Briggs' renowned Brandworks University Prior to SEO, I served in product management, new product development and sales roles for over 7 years with divisions of Newell Rubbermaid. Follow me on Twitter at: twitter.com/brianrbrown Specialties SEO focused xHTML / CSS web design, Natural Search Marketing through Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social Media Optimization (SMO). Keyword research, technical SEO, content optimization, link building, and ecommerce. New product development, product management, product marketing, project management, consumer and ethnographic research.

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