- November 17, 2018
- Posted by: vmayo
- Category: Digital Marketing
1. Neil Patel
As we all know, Neil Patel is one of the top digital marketers of today. He is the New York Times bestselling author. The Wall Street Journal has called him a top influence on the Web, Forbes says that he is one of the top 10 marketers, and entrepreneur magazine says he has made one of the 100 most fabulous companies. He was recognized by President Obama as the top 100 entrepreneurs of the age group of 30 years and the top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 by the United Nations.
Neil Patel, learned marketing because he had no choice. At the age of 16, he created his first website and paid a few marketing firms to help him out, but they provided no results and took all of his money. Apart from learning marketing, he did not get any choice, and finally, he got good at it.
2. Rand Fishkin
Rand is the most popular face in the SEO industry and one of the best Digital Marketers. He is the Co-founder and former CEO of MOZ. He is the Author of the popular book named Lost and Founder: A Painfully Honest Field Guide to Startup World. Rand has devoted his professional life to helping people better marketing through the Whiteboard Friday video series, his blogs, and his book.
Rand dropped out of the University of Washington in 2000 to work full-time at his mother’s small business marketing firm as a web designer. In 2004, he created the SEOmoz blog, which, over the next decade, became the world’s most popular community and content resource for search marketers. In 2007, Rand became CEO of SEOmoz, Inc (now called Moz), the software company he co-founded with his mom based on the blog’s success.
3. Barry Schwartz
Barry Schwartz is the CEO of RustyBrick, a New York Web service firm that specializes in customized online technology that helps companies reduce costs and increase sales. He is the founder of the search engine roundtable and has covered the search for more than 14 years. Barry is also a news editor Danny Sullivan’s search engine Land. He hosts the Search Marketing Expo in Israel and there is a speaker, moderator, and coordinator at many search marketing conferences.
Barry graduated from the City University of New York (Baruch College) in 2002, with Summa Cum Laude honors. Schwartz received several honors while in university, including Beta Gamma Sigma and the Golden Key International Honor Society. He, his wife and children live in the New York area.
4. Danny Sullivan
Danny Sullivan was a journalist and analyst who covered digital and search marketing space from 1996 to 2017. He was also a co-founder of Third Door Media, which publishes Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, Martek Today and produces SMX: Search Marketing Expo and Martech Program.
Danny works for Google to help educate the public about search, to explore and explain issues that may arise with the search. And he takes feedback from the public to help promote solutions.
5. Larry Kim
In 2007, Larry Kim launched wordstream by providing Internet consulting services and managed a team of Digital marketers and engineers to develop and sell search engine marketing automation software. Larry completed his BSc in Electrical Engineering (Hons) from Waterloo University in Canada.
Larry is involved in software product management, software engineering, and internet marketing for the last decade. He has written four award-winning books and dabbles in his extra hours in photography. Larry lives in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts with his wife and two young kids.