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I’m a Digital Strategist with 15+ years experience in Interactive Marketing, Technology and the entertainment business. My marketing practice at Neal Wiser Consulting is strongly focused on helping businesses and organizations GET RESULTS (click here for more information).

I’ve written for Twitip.com, the number one Twitter-focused blog founded by Darren Rowse of ProBlogger.net and I’m the Co-Founder of the online network AddictedtoSocialMedia.com and was co-host of its podcast. I often speak about social media, digital marketing and technology to organizations such as Villanova University’s School of Business, National Speakers Association, the Center City Proprietors Association and the American Institute of Architects and I’ve frequently appeared as a guest on Air America Radio.

Have Spacesuit, Will Travel

Have Spacesuit, Will Travel

During My career, I have worked and/or consulted for Comcast Interactive Media, GlaxoSmithKline, Qwest Communications, GSI Commerce (now an eBay company), Paramount Pictures, Warner Brothers and interactive agencies such as TMX Communications, MBC (Medical Broadcasting Company) and Harte-Hanks. My clients have included NASA, the United States Postal Service, Hyundai, DreamWorks Studios, Major League Baseball, Toys “R” Us, Wharton Research Data Services at the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, Lagos Jewelers and over 20 major pharmaceutical brands from GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Merck, Genentech, Sanofi-Aventis and Bristol-Myers Squibb. I’ve also managed AeroLeaders 2.0, a private online community for aerospace executives.

On the Enterprise set at Paramount

On the Enterprise set at Paramount

I’ve founded two start-ups; The UltraPrime Network, an entertainment company which allowed video game players to interact in real-time with live television broadcasts, and YummEmail.com, an anti-spam service.

In 2003, I was nominated by the New York New Media Association (now the International Federation of Multimedia Associations) as a “Mover & Shaker in Arts and Entertainment” and I was a Juror for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences first Interactive Emmy Awards.

I graduated from The American University with a degree in Communications and Visual Media and live in suburban Philadelphia with my beautiful wife, amazing daughter and Frodo, our crazy dog.

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I look forward to hearing from you.

2 Comments

  1. Steven Kury
    Steven Kury11-30-2008

    It certainly looks like you are waxing philosophical in it. Cool!

    To the point you make about customers influencing product design, a la the threadless shirts, I once heard of a bicycle company that made all of its bikes to order. I forget all the details of it, but the company did rather well with this model. If you could find out who it is and include it in the article, it might be an interesting case study.

    Regards,

    Steve

  2. Kevin
    Kevin03-01-2011

    To the point you make about customers influencing product design, a la the threadless shirts, I once heard of a bicycle company that made all of its bikes to order. I forget all the details of it, but the company did rather well with this model. If you could find out who it is and include it in the article, it might be an interesting case study.
    +1