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Author: Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee Didit Founder. Chairman & CEO, has been an acknowledged Search Engine Marketing (SEM) expert since 1995. Kevin’s years of SEM expertise provide the foundation for Didit’s proprietary Maestro search campaign technology. Didit’s unparalleled results and client profit lift have earned Didit recognition not only among marketers but also as part of the 2007 Inc 500 (#137) as well as a #12 position on Deloitte’s Fast 500. Kevin’s “Paid Search Strategies” column for ClickZ is read by thousands, and his book, “The Eyes Have It: How to Market in an Age of Divergent Consumers, Media Chaos and Advertising Anarchy” has been widely praised. Kevin’s second book:The Truth About Pay-Per-Click Search Advertising was released and immediately followed by Search Engine Advertising both books include a code redeemable for $200 in free Microsoft Advertising (adCenter) ad credits for new advertisers. A founding board member of SEMPO and its first elected Chairman Kevin is also active on DMA and IAB Committees. The Wall St. Journal, Business Week, The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNET, USA Today, San Jose Mercury News and other press quote Kevin regularly. Kevin lectures at leading industry conferences plus: NYU, Columbia, Fordham and Pace Universities. Kevin’s expertise is also valued by Wall Street he has briefed analysts and clients of JP Morgan, RBC, UBS, Piper Jaffray, Goldman Sachs, Citicorp & others. Kevin lives in Manhattan with his wife (a New York Psychologist) and kids.

Wendy Clark, SVP of Integrated Marketing Communications and Ed Steinike, VP & CIO, both of the Coca-Cola Company

Social media lessons from Coca-Cola, Starbucks, and Delta

Are you missing a critical social media KPI?

'Social media disconnects', or when consumers unfriend/unlike or unfollow as a result of a social media marketing initiative or campaign, isn't a term in many marketers' vocabulary.

Perhaps it's time for that to change.