We believe. In building a strong foundation. In planning before execution. In measuring everything and tracking every step of the process from offline to online. We believe you should know where every dollar is spent and how, so that you can effectively make decisions to maximize your budget, marketing efforts and your time.
We do this by putting great minds together.
Meet our principals below.
Ms. Tsighis has worked in the online environment since 2001 when she began exploring web development, email marketing solutions, and online advertising methods. In 2004, she joined Arizona's pioneer Internet Marketing agency where she worked closely with firm principals on strategy and research and was responsible for managing the overall success of major client accounts.
Her experience in website strategy and planning, project management, site development, and marketing have allowed her the great fortune of seeing things holistically thus understanding that online success starts prior to site development.
Having worked with a variety of Interactive agencies and Web development firms has provided her with a full range of experience in web development and online marketing initiatives, including strategic planning and implementation, research, site architecture, project management, search engine marketing, email marketing and social media planning.
Ms. Tsighis has worked collaboratively with a wide range of B2B and B2C organizations including Arizona State University, AT&T, Bliss Integrated, Circle K, Downtown Phoenix Partnership, Phoenix Art Museum, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Red Bull, RED Development, The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Sidestep.com (now Kayak.com), Starwood Hotels & Resorts, University of Arizona and Vista Systems.
Currently, Ms. Tsighis handles new business and online strategic development.
Mr. Swan brings a tremendous amount of analytical knowledge and experience to Liberty Interactive Marketing. Having been with Liberty Interactive Marketing for six years, Mr. Swan's online experience dates back to 1998 when he worked for an investment firm in Silicon Valley specializing in Internet property and infrastructure ventures. His primary role was assessing the online business models of portfolio companies. After the subsequent Internet bust Mr. Swan joined a Mergers & Acquisitions division of Citigroup where he worked with close to 75 technology-related companies to enhance enterprise value through marketing and financial strategies.
Prior to joining Liberty Interactive Marketing, Mr. Swan developed, executed and monitored online marketing strategies including, paid search, organic search and email initiatives for a division of a large chain of durable goods retailers. Mike has crafted and managed paid strategies for D.R. Horton Homes, Hancock Fabrics, Standard Pacific Homes and Wheeling Island Casino.
Currently, Mr. Swan is tasked with Paid and Organic search strategy and implementation. Mike is also in charge of finance, operations, and resource planning for Liberty Interactive Marketing.
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