Bryan Eisenberg is a co-founder of Future Now, Inc. (FUTR.OB), an interactive marketing optimization firm. He is a co-inventor Persuasion Architecture, Future Now's framework for optimizing online experiences to maximize lead generation, subscriptions, and sales. He is the publisher of Future Now's award-winning blog, GrokDotCom, a columnist for ClickZ and Forbes.com, and has authored several books and reports, including The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal-bestselling Call to Action and Waiting For Your Cat to Bark?
Bryan is a sought-after speaker at major business conferences, including DMA Annual, AdTech, Search Engine Strategies, Internet World, eMetrics Summit, and Wizard Academy. He has been recognized by publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Forrester Research, Chicago Business Tribune, Inc Magazine, Entrepreneur, Target Marketing, DM News, MarketingSherpa, and Internet Retailer for his thought leadership in the critical areas of Internet marketing, online customer behavior, web analytics, and multivariate testing. Bryan is currently working on his next book, Always Be Testing, due in September 2008.
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