Online Community Expert Dan Bruhn Joins Impact Interactions

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Executive Dan Bruhn has joined the Impact Interactions team, heading up the High Tech strategy and online community management division. In his new role with Impact Interactions, Dan will guide all Cisco Systems work while helping their strategy and online community management clients realize significant returns on their online investments.

Dramatic growth in High Tech clients focusing upon user generated content on web sites has increased the need for experienced executives who can bring strong real world business processes to manage the submitted content. To help their clients in this sector, Dan Bruhn has joined the Impact Interactions team as the Senior Consultant for High Technology engagements. A graduate of Bradley University, Dan brings over seven years experience in online communities, marketing, technical support, and analytics to Impact Interactions' client engagements.

Prior to joining Impact Interactions, Dan worked with Cisco Systems' award winning Networking Professionals Community (NetPro). In his role with Impact Interactions, Dan will continue to lead all engagements within Cisco, including the ongoing moderation engagement for NetPro. Additionally, Dan will provide best practices for Impact Interactions' business-to-business clients pursuing online community-based interactive strategies.

"Dan provides our clients with an additional level of online community expertise. He and I worked together in the early days of NetPro at Cisco and his experience in using online communities to drive measurable results is significant," states Impact Interactions president Mike Rowland. "With the addition of Dan, Impact Interactions continues to build the strongest database of best practices in the online community world for our clients. His deep knowledge of technical support, marketing, and partner communities brings tremendous expertise to Impact Interactions which in turn will help our clients succeed."

For additional information regarding online moderation, user generated content, web metrics, or online community strategy, please contact Mike Rowland or visit


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