Welcome Jeremy Luebke and Scott Woodard!

I told you to expect some fresh faces at Marketing Pilgrim. We’ve already announced Jordan will be adding her expertise to the blog - even Ben Wills is threatening to come out of retirement – and today we announced the addition of Jeremy Luebke and Scott Woodard as contributing bloggers.

Both Jeremy and Scott entered our SEM scholarship contest and both bring strong experience and writing talent. Jeremy has his own blog, so is not new to blogging and I’ve known Scott for years (we worked together at WebSourced).

Here’s a little about them…

Jeremy Luebke

Jeremy has been operating and marketing online ventures since 1998. As the founder of Streamline Visions, he was the driving force behind many successful marketing campaigns for both internal projects and outside companies. In 2004 he went to work for the Millennium Motors Group managing the Internet sales departments for their highline dealerships.
Missing the work hard and play hard atmosphere that only Internet companies seem to be able to provide, he joined the team of LinkWorth in 2006. Jeremy maintains his own blog at Xuru.com.

Jeremy was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and has a 6 year old son named Aaron.

Scott Woodard

Scott is a recognized industry veteran and has designed and lead highly successful online marketing campaigns for hundreds of clients including Lowe’s, Dewalt, CitiFinancial, Black & Decker, and Motorola.

In addition to his knowledge of web marketing, Scott also relies on more than 10 years of experience in web design and development. Scott is the principle at Artisan Interactive.

Each will bring fresh ideas and differing points of view to Marketing Pilgrim. Please join me in welcoming them to the team.

  • Jeremy Luebke

    Thanks Andy. It’s great to be on board and I hope I can contribute some great info to Marketing Pilgrim.

  • http://www.artisaninteractive.com Scott Woodard

    Also very happy to be on board, thanks Andy.

  • http://www.seobythesea.com Bill

    Hey,

    Congratulations Scott, Jeremy, and Jordan. Hopefully, Ben will rejoin you, too. I had a chance to spend a little time with Scott and Ben at the last Pubcon, and they are both impressed me as bright, articulate, and very knowledgeable. I’m very much looking forward to future posts at Marketing Pilgrim.