Internet Marketing Ninjas Welcomes Former Pepperjam CEO Kristopher Jones as Chairman

Internet entrepreneur Kristopher Jones has joined Internet Marketing Ninjas, a leading SEO and Internet marketing company as Chairman. Jones’ skills set will assist in company growth and development.

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Kristopher Jones Joins Internet Marketing Ninjas

I look forward to working very closely with Jim Boykin and his senior team to move Internet Marketing Ninjas into new markets, global expansion, and other exciting growth initiatives...

Clifton Park, New York (PRWEB) September 06, 2012

Internet Marketing Ninjas (IMN), a leading full-service Internet marketing company located in upstate New York, is pleased to announce the addition of Internet entrepreneur Kristopher Jones to its executive staff as Chairman. As a member of the Internet Marketing Ninjas’ team, Jones will be integral in the growth and development of IMN.

“We are excited to have Kris on board,” said CEO Jim Boykin. “His business expertise and SEO perspective will bring a new dimension to IMN and help us reach a new level of excellence.” As Chairman of Internet Marketing Ninjas, Jones will advise the company regarding overall business strategy, including M&A opportunities, growth into new markets and products, and executive recruitment and retainment. "Internet Marketing Ninjas is the largest and most reputable full service Internet marketing and SEO tools company in the world. It's an exciting time to be part of this talented and proven team of Internet marketing professionals. I look forward to working very closely with Jim Boykin and his senior team to move Internet Marketing Ninjas into new markets, global expansion, and other exciting growth initiatives we have planned," said Kristopher B. Jones.

Jones, Founder, Former President, and CEO of Pepperjam; which received notoriety three consecutive years by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing, privately owned companies in the US, and which was later sold and then acquired by eBay, has been involved in the growth and development of several companies. He is well respected in the search engine and affiliate marketing community as an innovative leader and pioneer of effective Internet marketing strategies. Speaking at industry conferences and events, including SES and PubCon, Jones frequently shares his business and Internet marketing expertise and is also the best-selling author of Search Engine Optimization: Your Visual Blueprint for Effective Internet Marketing (Wiley Publishing).

About Internet Marketing Ninjas
Internet Marketing Ninjas is a full service Internet marketing company located in upstate New York, having started in 1999 as We Build Pages. Founder and CEO Jim Boykin has built a team of specially trained ninjas with expertise in link-building, SEO analysis, social media, content development, and local marketing. Internet Marketing Ninjas is a results-driven company focused on search engine visibility, engagement and driving relevant traffic. Boykin also recently acquired the Developer Shed Network of websites and forums, including SEO Chat and Dev Shed, which provide a wide range of information and instruction related to programming, web design, and SEO/SEM practices.

About Kristopher B. Jones
In addition to his previous involvement with Pepperjam, Kris Jones is the Founder and Managing Partner of KBJ Capital, an early stage technology investment fund with portfolio companies, including Highlighter.com, APPEK Mobile Apps, Yumm.com, Internet Media Labs, and ReferLocal.com. He was a finalist for the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the State of Pennsylvania, and has been a featured speaker and keynote at conferences including Search Engine Strategies, PubCon, Radio Ink Convergence, and SEOktoberfest. Jones currently resides in Pennsylvania with his wife, Robyn, and their three children.


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