Fathom Online Expands Advisory Board with Expert Marketers

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Fathom Online welcomes new members to its Advisory Board to advise in the growth of the company. The new members have broad and extensive industry experience in marketing, advertising and high tech.

Fathom Online, a leading provider of digital marketing services, search engine optimization and marketing analytics technology, today announced the expansion of its Advisory Board.

“Our Advisory Board members are recognized leaders and pioneers in marketing, advertising and academia,” according to Dean DeBiase, Chairman & CEO of Fathom Online. “Each brings a different balcony view of their industry and we expect the Board to play a prominent role in helping us continue our growth, online and off.”

Members of the Advisory Board include Jeff Hyman, CEO of p.s. Investors LLC, the nation’s only private equity firm focused exclusively on building Premium Service businesses; John E. Berger, former CMO of NCP Solutions and Senior VP of Marketing and Business Development for RR Donnelley & Sons; Julie Anixter, Chief Marketing Officer of laga, a design and innovation consultancy; Joe Cullinane, president of Joe Cullinane Enterprises, an executive advisor and consultant, and Nicholas Imparato, professor of marketing and management at the McLaren School of Business, University of San Francisco (USF), and a research fellow at The Hoover Institution. Mr. Imparato is also chairman of the board of advisers for Park City Group, a closely held software company, and senior adviser to the board of directors of the Saab Financial Group.

For complete Advisory Board bios: http://www.fathomonline.com/advisory-board.html

About Fathom Online        

Based in San Francisco with offices in New York and Chicago, Fathom Online is a leading provider of digital marketing services, search engine optimization and marketing analytics technology. Fathom's customers include leading consumer, B-to-B and ecommerce advertisers, agencies and media companies. http://www.fathomonline.com

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