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Chad Pollitt

Since 2002, Chad H. Pollitt has played an integral role in designing, developing, deploying, executing and tracking robust web marketing strategies for hundreds of companies and organizations and is an internet marketing expert. Chad is a decorated veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, an Army National Guard Commander and the Director of Inbound Marketing at Kuno Creative, one of the hottest inbound marketing agencies in the country. He authored The Content Marketing Manifesto. His other writings and articles have been published in dozens of newspapers, magazines and websites throughout the world.With over 10 million dollars of tracked ROI for SEO alone, he has been a  guest lecturer, syndicated blogger, author, keynote presenter and featured on multiple radio shows, podcasts and in The Wall Street Journal.

May, 2012

  • 22 May

    What’s a Facebook Friend Really Worth?

    Facebook Friend Infographic

    Facebook’s IPO has come and gone already and there’s no shortage of opinions floating around the blogosphere as to whether or not it was successful and what the future may hold for Facebook’s users. No matter your thoughts the fact remains Facebook raised $16 billion in an afternoon after raising ...

  • 11 May

    Being Connected via Mobile – “Just-In-Time” Life Scenarios

    Mobile Usage Scenarios

    Kuno Creative has released an infographic created from the latest Pew Internet mobile research. The new culture of immediate information through social media, apps and web browsing phones is allowing people to gain access to information more quickly than ever before, and the latest Pew Research sheds an immediate light ...

November, 2011

  • 2 November

    Mobile Sites, Apps, SMS & QR Codes – Luxury or Required?

    Mobile_Marketing_Statistics

    By 2015, the mobile Internet will overtake desktop usage and in the last year its use has doubled. More and more decision makers are utilizing the mobile web in order to access the information they need to make buying choices. Up to 50% of online opportunities may be missed by ...