Brian earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from George Mason University. His client work ranges from small businesses to larger organizations, including the US Department of Homeland Security among many others. Brian has extensive experience in the field of online reputation management (ORM) and search marketing, and has been called on by both small and large organizations for his ORM expertise to help resolve complex issues.
Brian is widely noted for his experience in the ORM field, often consulting to other experts on best practices. Brian authored the seminal “Online Reputation Management Playbook” published on SEOmoz and is often sought out to develop solutions for difficult issues.
Brian lives with his wife and two daughters in Ashburn, Virginia.
Dan has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University. With over eight years of SEO experience, Dan specializes in innovative digital marketing solutions, brand strategy, technical web development and support.
He began his career in brand strategy management before transitioning into IT consulting for the US government. The combination of these skill sets uniquely position him to develop comprehensive strategies for SEO that span across branding and IT domains.
His past and current clients include Marriott, Sentara Health, American Petroleum Institute, US Department of Defense, and US Department of State, among others. Dan is also an editor for several blogs that receive over two million yearly visitors with 80 percent of traffic coming from search engines (see Maciverse.com and MyFiveFingers.com). Dan and his wife enjoy many adventures with their three children.
David has a bachelor’s degree in economics and qualified as an accountant in 2010. Despite no longer practicing, his formal training gives him an analytical focus which has benefited a number of companies, including JP Morgan and The Bank of New York.
With 7 years of experience working in SEO, PPC and conversion rate optimization, David has increased profits for a number of websites, including a 400% increase for TaxFix and a 147% boost for one of Canada’s largest insurance websites.
David has been featured in a number of books and publications, including Visual Marketing, Forbes, Search Engine Land and Search Engine Journal.
Mike leads Go Fish Digital’s new business and marketing. Previously, Mike was the new business manager at STEAK, a full service digital agency in London. He began his career at Vocus, assisting businesses and agencies with SEO, social media marketing, news monitoring, media relations, and reputation management.
Mike holds a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University. He lives with his wife in Arlington, Virginia. He is fluent in Spanish.
Kat holds a B.A. in Psychology with Honors from The University of Chicago and has contributed to a number of blogs and online publications over the years.
Over the past few years, Kat has written for the popular health blog 365 Days of Wellness, which was selected as a featured blog in the Nutrition Blog Network, and Corporate Wellness Insights, which was named one of Wellsphere’s Top Health Blogs. Her personal blog, Unemployed Kat, covers life and love as a 20-something Washingtonian.
Today, Kat’s writing can be seen across a variety of fields including opinion pieces at Jezebel, tech reviews on The Naked Tablet, and minimalist running trends at MyFiveFingers.
Kelcey’s experience includes work with US government clients, the White House, US presidential campaigns, and Fox News Channel, among others.
Kelcey holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics.