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MEDIA ALERT: BrightEdge 4th Annual Share14 Conference

A Media Opportunity to Interact With Facebook, Bing, YouTube, Adobe, 3M, Macy's, Home Depot, and Other Global Brands; Event for Press to Meet With 1,000 Leading Digital Brands in San Francisco From August 20th to 22nd

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- BrightEdge, the essential content marketing platform, will host its fourth annual premier industry conference, Share14, on August 20-22 at the Palace Hotel in downtown San Francisco. Industry experts in content marketing and organic search hailing from today's leading global brands will present the latest trends, insights, and best practices in digital marketing. BrightEdge will offer press attendees opportunities to network with company executives, and engage in discussions and Q&A sessions with leading brands.

The Media Opportunity
BrightEdge Share14 draws senior level executives and practitioners from a wide range of industries, allowing attendees to learn from and network alongside marketers, practitioners, and industry thought leaders from across the board.

  • Meet digital marketing leaders from top brands and digital agencies who are keen to share their knowledge and thoughts with their peers and media.
  • Attend sessions and examine research alongside the crème de la crème of the marketing, content, search, and social domains.
  • Hear industry leaders, global brands, and search and social titans predict the future of digital and the rise of earned media marketing.

Media Schedule

  • Media Pass: Full access to networking and interviews.
  • Prearranged Schedule: Contact BrightEdge's PR representative to arrange one-on-one interviews with target brands and BrightEdge executives.
  • Exclusive VIP Press Event on Thursday evening, August 21, following the day's agenda

Share14 Brands and Speakers Include:
3M: Craig Berdie, Global Search Marketing Director
3M: Raj Rao, VP for Global eTransformation
Acronym: Mike Grehan, CMO & Managing Director
Adidas: Mattia Santin, Global SEO/Social Manager
Adobe: Dave Lloyd, Senior Manager, Global Search Marketing
Adobe: Kirill Kronrod, Senior Global SEO Manager
Adobe: Loni Stark, Director, Product & Industry Marketing
Autodesk: Brenna Comacchio, Search Marketing Analyst
BeFoundOnline: Dan Reno, VP Organic Media
BeFoundOnline: Steve Krull, CEO
Best Western: Felipe Carreras, Director, eCommerce
Bing: Duane Forrester, Senior Product Marketing Manager
BrightEdge: Jim Yu, CEO and Co-founder
BrightEdge: Lemuel Park, CTO and Co-founder
CareerBuilder: Allison Fabella, Director, Global SEO
Digital Relevance: Marty Muse, CEO and CoFounder
Epicor Software: Dawna Olsen, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing
Experian: Ngia Vang, SEO Team Lead
Facebook: Rob Creekmore, Advertising Research Manager, Marketing Science
General Motors: Doug Peeples, Global Search Manager
Gengo: Ken Yamada, Marketing Director
Global Strategies: Mellissa Jensen, Director, Strategic Analytics
Global Strategies: Ken Shults, Managing Director, Global Consulting, Global Strategies
Google: Darren Pleasance, Global Customer Acquisition
Groupon: Gene McKenna, Director of Search Marketing
Hilton Hotels: Melissa Walner, Director, Global SEO
Home Depot: Sean Kainec, Head of SEO
Intel: Laura-Ann Mitchell, Digital Marketing Manager
iProspect: Antonio Esposito, GM Global SEO Lead
iVillage (NBC Universal): Seth Holladay, Sr. Director, Audience and Monetization
Macy's: Lauren MacPhail, SEO Director
Majestic SEO: Dixon Jones, Marketing Director
Marriott: Michael Jozaitis, Manager SEO Strategy, Marriott International
Microsoft: Alex Volk, Search Marketing Director
Move, Inc. ( Richard Naimy, Director of SEO
Nina Hale: Leslie Gibson, Associate Director of Content Marketing
OpenTable: Denis Scott, Senior Director of Marketing-Acquisition
Pennwell: Michael Kirchhoff, Director of SEO/Product Support
Rackspace: David Whitworth, SEO Manager
RedDoor Interactive: Jordan Kasteler, Senior SEO Manager
Resolution Media: Viji Davis, VP, Marketing
Rimm Kaufman: Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer
Rosetta: Jason Tabeling, Associate Partner, Search and Media
Rosetta: Matt Saunders, Director, SEO Strategist
Scripps Networks: Jesus Mendez, Manager, Search Engine Optimization
Seagate Technologies: Alison MacDonald, Content Marketing Manager
Search Laboratory: Chris Attewell, SVP Americas
Time Inc.: Binti Pawa, Head of SEO
Trulia: Mark Munroe, Director of SEO
Twitter: Eddie Smith, Head of Ads API
YouTube: Sara Snyder, Global Product Expert

The Full agenda and event details can be found at:

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