Search & Social, 10e20 & Brent Csutoras Merge to Form BlueGlass Interactive

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 22, 2010 - News - 3 Comments

Today, there was some big news in the Search world, as Search & Social (also Search Engine Journal), 10e20, and Brent Csutoras announced their merger to form BlueGlass Interactive.  Seven of the world’s most respected Internet Marketing experts have combined forces to create one of the best and most experienced marketing teams around.

The new company will operate in four cities with over 40 employees.  Their core services will include Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Online PR, Online Reputation Management, Pay Per Click Marketing, Conversion Rate Optimization, Content Development, and Application Development.

Meet the Team

Chris Winfield:  CMO / Managing Partner

Chris is responsible for the company’s marketing strategy and all strategic partnerships.  Before joining BlueGlass, Chris co-founded and served as President of 10e20, one of the leading boutique social media marketing agencies in the world.  He is also a regular speaker at numerous Internet marketing conferences including SES, SMX and PubCon.

Dave Snyder:  SVP Organic Search / Managing Partner

Dave is one of the most respected names in the world of Internet marketing. He has spoken around the world on the topics of search marketing and social media, and has consulted for some of the worlds largest companies on the topics.   He is also one of the publishers of Search Engine Journal and DailySEOTip.

Brent Csutoras:  SVP of Viral Marketing / Managing Partner

Brent oversees all of the company’s viral marketing campaigns for clients and all of BlueGlass’ viral strategies and tool development.  A regular speaker at some of the largest and well known conferences such as SMX, Pubcon, SES, and InfoPresse, Brent was recently recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Online Marketers of 2008 and 2009.

Loren Baker: SVP of Online PR / Managing Partner

Loren plans the company’s strategic online public relations campaigns that include social media/ blogger outreach, guest blogging and online

editorials, online reputation management, and press relationships.  Prior to assuming his position at BlueGlass, Loren co-founded Search & Social, an agency specializing in innovative search marketing and social media engagement tactics.  He also is the Managing Editor of Search Engine Journal.

Jordan Kasteler: SVP of Content Development / Managing Partner

Jordan is in charge of all content creation at BlueGlass. His specialty is creating compelling content for viral marketing strategies.  Prior to joining BlueGlass, Jordan co-founded Search & Social, an industry leader in search engine optimization and social media marketing.

Tony Wang: CTO

Tony is responsible for all things technical, as well as for BlueGlass’ overall software development and advancement.

Before joining BlueGlass, Tony was founding President of InfiniteNine, a technical consulting firm based in Los Angeles, CA.

Danielle Winfield:  VP of Operations / Managing Partner

Danielle oversees all of BlueGlass’ strategic operations and financial decisions.  Before coming to BlueGlass, Danielle was a co-founder of 10e20, an agency focused on increasing revenues and decreasing customer service costs through innovative uses of the Internet.

Jake Matthews:  VP of Business Development

Jake oversees Business Development, Sales & Marketing and client relations for BlueGlass.  Prior to joining BlueGlass, Jake lead Business Development at 10e20, where he provided strategic insights to Fortune 1000 client campaigns in the areas of retail, real estate, publishing, travel, and

B2B verticals.

Meet the Entire Team

To see complete details on the merger visit the BlueGlass blog.

About the Author

Mark Thompson

Mark is the creator of StayOnSearch and president of Search Creatively, a full-service Internet Marketing Company located in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also contributes to many industry related blogs including Search Engine Journal and is active on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Mark on Twitter