More NewsSending Good Thoughts to a ClickZ Founder

Sending Good Thoughts to a ClickZ Founder

As founder of ClickZ back in 1997, Andy Bourland was an inspiration to many working during online marketing's early days

As founder of ClickZ back in 1997, Andy Bourland was an inspiration to many working during online marketing’s early days.

We were reminded of all his good work and deeds when Andy disclosed this week that he suffers from a serious medical condition that leaves him with very little strength, and which he says in all likelihood will take his life in the coming years.

Andy, on his blog, reports that he’s prepared for the worst, but hoping for the best. We at ClickZ are hoping for the same.

Because of his vision, ClickZ team is here today to help inform and guide the next generation of digital marketing execs. We are indebted to Andy.

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