Entered the online marketing industry in 2005 – starting out in the SEM world. Currently he is the VP of Search & Biddable Media for 9RoofTops | Cogniscient Media. Prior, Jonathan had run search marketing teams for Mediacom, Forbes, and Digitas. Overseeing enterprise search operations for clients that included American Express, Revlon, GlaxoSmithKline, Equifax, Mead Johnson, Qdoba, Bookit.com and Abbvie. You may of seen some of his presentations on brand safety, mobile, programmatic and multi-screen marketing at conferences like Search Insider Summit, SMX and Digital Summit.
Passionate about highly regulated industries (Pharma, Healthcare, Finance) as well as ensuring brand safety for advertisers.
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