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Jason Jacobs
Works at AOL
Attended Yeshiva University - Sy Syms School of Business
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Account Manager, Dynamic Retargeting
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Email and Mobile Marketing, Online advertising, Dynamic Retargeting, Programmatic Buying, SMS Marketing, Data Collection, Reporting & Analytics, Survey Development, Salesforce, PPC, Wordpress, Web Design, Microsoft Office.
Employment
  • AOL
    Account Manager, 2014 - present
  • Confirmit
    Technical Account Manager / Sales Engineer, 2013 - 2014
  • Velti
    Technical Account Manager, 2012 - 2013
  • Acxiom Digital
    Associate Account Manager, 2010 - 2012
  • Torah Letzion
    Web Administrator and Internet Marketing Coordinator, 2009 - 2011
  • Ping Mobile
    Marketing and Client Services Intern
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Digital marketer. Non-for-profit volunteer. Photography enthusiast. 3X Tough Mudderer. Mets fan.
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Experienced in digital marketing with a background in Information Technology. Passionate and successful in overseeing and implementing digital programs while utilizing technology, interpersonal skills and leadership to achieve success and exceed goals. Specialties: Email and Mobile Marketing, Online advertising, Dynamic Retargeting, Programmatic Buying, SMS Marketing, Data Collection, Reporting & Analysis, Survey Development, Salesforce, Wordpress, Web Design, Microsoft Office. Familiarity with the following languages: HTML, CSS, PHP, Javascript, Visual Basic.
Education
  • Yeshiva University - Sy Syms School of Business
    Information Systems, 2005 - 2010
  • Yeshiva University High School

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Talent, skill, education, experience -- all are important. But since no one does anything worthwhile on their own, treating other people with courtesy and respect is a key ingredient in long-term professional success.Yet here's how some people get that really, really wrong:1. They thoughtlessly waste other peoples' time. When you’re late to an appointment or meeting, what you’re really saying is that your time is more important. When you wait unt...
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I recently bought a necklace for my wife here and really appreciated the service and merchandise that they had. I had been looking for a specific necklace for some time and this store was actually able to get it for me! The price was also very reasonable and the people there were friendly and very helpful! I would recommend shopping here.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food actually wasn't bad but the menu was really small and the portions weren't big. There were only 2 appetizers on the Menu and then 8 options for First Course and 8 options for Main Course. The whole menu fit on one page. We wanted to start with a soup and all they had was a corn soup with some sort of herring fish in it. Not for me For the Mains, 3 of the 8 options were fish and 3 were steaks and we just wanted a normal chicken dish or something so we were left with 2 options. My wife got the Shliskes which was soo small she left hungry and I got the Shnitzel. Neither came with any side dishes. I think we each finished our meal in less than 10 minutes. It didn't taste bad at all but it would definitely not survive in NY. It was good to try it though and the restaurant itself is really cool. It should be noted that the service was excellent. Summary: Glad we went there since it's probably the only nice Kosher place in Philly but we didn't leave full and weren't happy with our orders.
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