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Alan Rimm-Kaufman

Alan Rimm-Kaufman

Alan Rimm-Kaufman founded the Rimm-Kaufman Group in 2003. In 2008, RKG was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America. Alan held a doctorate degree in operations research from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and a BS degree with honors in applied mathematics from Yale University. Alan held appointments as Visiting Professor in the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia and was a Fellow at the Center for the Management of Information Technology (CMIT) at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. In 2002, he founded the web advertising roundtable. Alan died from leukemia in July of 2009. He was a 14 year survivor of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Between bone marrow transplants, he built a strong, profitable, Inc 500 company that continues to thrive.

Alan's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

ASCII Art Adwords Worm

The worms.com ASCII wriggler gave me a chuckle.

Monitor Your Brand Online Via RSS

RSS feeds from search results make it easy to monitor your brand across the web.

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YAPC 2008

For the third year, we're proud to have sponsored the annual North American Perl conference, a great geek conference which occurred last week in Chicago.
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Addictomatic: Inhale the Web

Like glancing at page one headlines of the newspaper, Addictomatic gives a one page summary for your specific search term, right now, across 18 leading sites.
Topics: SEO
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Anything That Can Be Spammed, Will

The only marketing channels immune from devolving into the entropic goo of spam are those which require payment (for example, paid seach) and those which are "pull" media (for example, RSS).
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NYT: With Soft Economy, Search Faring Better Than Display

NYT reports online display advertising having a tougher time than paid search in weak economy. “The new advertisers are more cautious about requiring some sort of proof or evidence that something is working,” reports GM of WeatherChannel.