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Ed Reese
Worked at Sixth Man Marketing
Attended Western Washington University
Lives in Spokane, WA
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Online marketing consultant and Principal at Sixth Man Marketing.
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As Principal of Sixth Man Marketing, I lead a talented and experienced online marketing team specializing in local search, SEO, analytics, usability, and conversion strategies.
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  • Western Washington University
    1992
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  • Sixth Man Marketing
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Spokane, WA
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San Francisco, CA - Seattle, WA - Anchorage, AK - Fairbanks, AK - Taigu, S. Korea - Bellingham, WA

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Beardbrand's engagement with their community of urban beardsman has always been impressive to me. I sat down with Eric Bandholz for an interview to better understand how important community and trust is to their growth. http://www.sixthmanmarketing.com/the-beardbrand-way-an-interview-with-eric-bandholz
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I'm looking forward to Get Listed University in Spokane, WA! Just under a month away now. Here's a quick video preview of the agenda...
Get Listed University - April 27th, 2012 Location: Northern Quest Resort & Casino Time: Friday, April 27th from 8am to 5pm Cost: $199 (Save $50 by entering SIXTHMAN as your discount code at checko...
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Thanks for sharing your expertise yesterday here in Austin, Ed.  I'm sure Spokane's GetListed U will be fantastic as well! 
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Created a quick blog post with two Google Analytics dashboard to help our B&B audience at LocalU get started. http://localu.org/blog/google-analytics-dashboard-help-bbs/
This afternoon I had the opportunity of presenting to The Mid-Atlantic InnKeeper Trade Show & Conference about how to use Google Analytics to gain major website insight and be able to make improvements based on the data. But during our Q&A a common theme emerged: Google Analytics is HARD! Specifically, the number of updates to [...]
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