Who:

Jason Damas

Search Engine Marketer, Retail History Blogger, and Freelance Journalist.

What:

Search Engine Marketer

Online Brand Evangelist

Insatiable Explorer

Coffee-Drinking, Martini-Swilling Music Geek

Where:

AKQA

Labelscar.com

Last.fm

Instagram

Twitter

The Quick Download:

I’m a San Francisco-based search engine marketing/online marketing expert with a dynamic background. As a true 21st century marketer, I’m someone who sees the big picture of how SEO, SEM, social media, community building, content, business intelligence/analytics, and user experience design can dovetail. My experiences in journalism, brick and mortar retail management, real estate sales, and other disparate careers inform my proven, successful strategies for SEO, SEM, and SMO.

Before:

AKQA

Directed the entire search engine optimization program worldwide

CBS Interactive

Search strategy and business intelligence for games, sports, and music properties.

iProspect

Principal Search Marketing Specialist, someone who wore all hats on SEO and SEM campaigns of all shapes and sizes.

Before That:

Newbury Comics

Managed an independent record store

The Boston Globe, PopMatters.com, All Music Guide, and more

Arts, entertainment, and local news reporter, with hundreds of bylines between 1999 and 2006. Here are a few: 1 2 3

On My Own:

Labelscar.com

“…Since the mid-1990s we have intently researched North American retail development, including retail industry trends, commercial architecture, and retail history… The enclosed shopping mall, despite still often being considered a dominant scourge that killed downtowns during the middle 20th century, is now in its own slow, drawn-out death spiral, giving way to big box category-killers, open-air lifestyle centers and strip malls… Unlike downtowns–which can thrive or die but rarely go away–malls are private property, and thus can be fully redeveloped or removed from the landscape completely.” More >>>

Find Me:

Jason

Email | AIM: DanAbnrml9

LinkedIn | Ziggs

Twitter | Facebook

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