Meet Josef Sperzel, one of our moderators at JumpCon, the inaugural Digital Transformation Summit. The panel Josef’s moderating, How To Build An Audience Leveraging New Channels, will walk audience members through best practices and more.
Join us in Nashville, Tennessee, aka Music City, on October 24th, 2019 to hear speakers like Josef talk about sales, marketing, and beyond.
Why JumpCon: The Digital Sales Transformation Summit
Why Josef Sperzel?
Josef Sperzel is both VP of SEO and content at MullenLowe MediaHub and a partner and course instructor at GrowthSkills.co. He has 9+ years of experience in building search engine optimization (SEO), social media, and content marketing strategies for brands.
He has worked with large brands that include Kaiser Permanente, Harley-Davidson, A&E Networks, and Wyndham Hotels increasing visibility and content strategies. He is also a thought leader in voice search, featured in the eMarketer Report, “Dr. Alexa Will Hear You Now” and starring in Adweek’s video series “How $#it Works” about voice assistants. He also built a skill-based upon an agency Voice Study, called “500 Voices”, to answer questions about voice assistant usage by consumers.
Josef loves the intricacies of search engine optimization and understanding the elements that can deliver and exceed client conversion goals and improve engagement experiences.
Working across disciplines for e-commerce and competitor brands is what Josef lives for and learning how to get a competitive edge for the underdog is what excites him every day in his career.
Getting to know Josef Sperzel
One special thing about you that is not in your bio?
I have a rather large obsession with the author Hunter S. Thompson, and I have been writing a novel for the past 10 years that may never get published, but I hope to finish it.
What would you love to chat about with conference attendees other than work?
The joys of having 2 kids under 4 and how to get any work done with them around. I’m also a pretty big punk rock fan, so if you want to chat about the punk scene in your area, I’m always down.
Why speak at JumpCon when you could be anywhere in the world?
What better place to ‘geek out’ than in the beautiful Music City? I’ve never been to a conference in Nashville, even though I know that there are a lot of talented marketers in the city and surrounding areas, so check that off the bucket list.
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