VP of Global Advertising Products and Strategy
As the SVP of Global Advertising Products and Strategy, Seth Demsey is responsible for the strategic vision of advertising products across AOL and AOL Networks. In this role, Seth leads the development of innovative ad technologies that solve the toughest challenges facing global digital publishers and advertisers. Since joining AOL, Seth has launched AOL's mobile offerings and AOL Network's platform solutions AdLearn Open Platform and MARKETPLACE by ADTECH.
Prior to joining AOL, Seth served in senior positions within industry leading global technology companies such as Google and Microsoft. During his tenure at Google he was a key contributor to the development of Google Webmaster Tools, Google Talk, and DoubleClick AdPlanner. At Microsoft, he was a part of the original .NET team and helped to build and release the first two versions of the platform and co-authored the .NET ISO standards. Seth's career in technology spans over 15 years and in this time he has launched several companies, including Zero Crossing and YieldMetrics. He has also invented several technology and hardware solutions with 20 U.S. and foreign patents to his name.
Seth holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA and is a fellow at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. He is a frequent speaker at industry events, including many Microsoft PCD and MDC events. When he's not building and innovating ad products you can find him playing guitar or skiing at Deer Valley.
Hong Kong, May 5-6, 2015
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce
This Magic Quadrant examines leading digital commerce platforms that enable organizations to build digital commerce sites. These commerce platforms facilitate purchasing transactions over the Web, and support the creation and continuing development of an online relationship with a consumer.
Paid Search in the Mobile Era
Google reports that paid search ads are currently driving 40+ million calls per month. Cost per click is increasing, paid search budgets are growing, and mobile continues to dominate. It's time to revamp old search strategies, reimagine stale best practices, and add new layers data to your analytics.
May 6, 2015
12:00pm ET/9:00am PT