|Job Title||Internet Advertising Agency|
|Registered Since||12 Feb 2009|
|Areas of Expertise||Affiliate Marketing, Email Marketing, Organic/Natural Search (SEO), Paid Search (PPC), Strategy & Operations|
Address: Monarch House, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, Acton, LONDON, W3 6UR, United Kingdom
My name is Louise Goldstein I am director and co-founder of BDR London, which is a full service Internet advertising agency. I have worked for some of the country’s top media agencies such as Media Contacts (MPG) and TBG London. My experience covers managing advertising accounts for The National Lottery, P & O Ferries, Dating Direct and Ocean Finance to name but a few.
I started my online career in email marketing whilst working for Dennis Publishing. My skill set involves analysing and optimisation of online campaigns to generate good ROI and low cost per acquisitions for the clients I work with. As an Internet Advertising Specialist I am an expert in the following fields; Search Engine Marketing, Display Advertising, Affiliate Management, Email Marketing and web 2.0 technologies such as Bluetooth, Social Media Marketing and In-Game advertising.
I have helped small and medium sized businesses grow and guest speak on topics related to Internet advertising. I work with advertising agencies worldwide. I run a number of websites which generate incremental revenue via affiliate marketing.
Internet Advertising Blog
This is a link to the BDR London Internet Advertising Blog.
Education and Qualifications
I have a BSc in Management and Marketing from Brunel University. I also did a Post Grad Diploma in Web Engineering at Bickenhall College of Computing.
Blog comments by Bdr London
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