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Author Profile - Bruce Clay

Bruce M. Clay is a Founding and Charter Member of The Business Forum. He has operated as an executive with several high-technology businesses, and comes from a long career as a technical executive with leading Silicon Valley firms, and since 1996 in the Internet Business Consulting arena. Bruce holds a BS in Math and Computer Science and also has his MBA from Pepperdine University, has had many articles published, has been a speaker at over 100 sessions including Search Engine Strategies, WebmasterWorld, ad:Tech, Search Marketing Expo, and many more, and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, PC Week, Wired Magazine, Smart Money, several books, and many other publications. He has also been featured on many podcasts and WebmasterRadio shows, as well as appearing on the NHK 1-hour TV special "Google's Deep Impact". He has personally authored many advanced search engine optimization tools that are available from the company Web sites. Bruce Clay is on the Board of Directors of the SEMPO (Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization).


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