Paul Colligan helps others leverage technology to improve themselves and broaden their audience with reduced stress and no dramas. He does this with a lifestyle and business designed to answer the challenges and opportunities of this new economy. If you are looking for titles: Husband, Father, YouTube Expert, Director of Content Marketing for InstantCustomer.com and CEO of Colligan.com. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and daughters and enjoys theater, music, great food, and travel.
Paul believes in building systems and products that work for the user – not vice versa. With that focus, he has played a key role in the launch of dozens of successful Web and Internet products that have seen tens of millions of visitors and dollars in revenue. Previous projects have included work with Traffic Geyser, Rubicon International, Piranha Marketing, Microsoft, and Pearson Education. In addition, he’s helped dozens of authors launch their books to top ten at Amazon and has been the secret weapon behind millions of video views at YouTube. Topics of passion include (but are not limited to): new media content creation, product development, lifestyle design, and community building.
Paul’s take on the Internet can be seen/heard/read in Web Shows that include eMarketingVids, books that include the Kindle Bestseller “Cross Channel Social Media Marketing,” the number 1 Bestselling “YouTube Strategies” and publications online and off as varied as the Huffington Post and The Net Effect. He is a popular keynote speaker on Internet technology topics and frequently speaks online, on the air, and before audiences about his passions. He has presented at events around the world that include BlogWorld and New Media Expo, The European Business Podcasting Summit, Google Tech Talks, Mac World, Social Media Marketing World, and Microsoft Tech-Ed.
If you are interested in his latest projects and/or thoughts on the industry that has been so good to him, there is plenty more to do, read, watch, and ponder at www.PaulColligan.com.
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