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Stephanie Senechal Trivera's Newest Team Member

Stephanie SenechalStephanie Senchal has joined Team Trivera as a web designer/front end developer. Her role at Trivera is to help identify our client's ideal target customer, then create a digital experience that guides them to a positive outcome. Whether it's a responsive website, a compelling email piece, a banner ad or app, Stephanie specializes in creating clean, brand-focused UI/UX based on usability and solid analytics.

Stephanie comes to us with over 7 years of agency experience, most recently at PowerSports Network. In all of her previous roles, Stephanie has collaborated with sales, marketing, editorial, creative, and web development teams to create visually pleasing designs and digital media for multiple platforms. Her credentials include web design, front-end development, UI, UX and analytics while working with national brands like Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Arctic Cat and others.

Stephanie's graphic design educational foundation comes from the University of Wisconsin-Stout where she majored in Graphic Design and minored in Digital Photography. During her time at Stout, she was also the president of the American Institute of Graphic Arts Stout Student Chapter. Stephanie also studied Painting & Drawing at Goldsmiths College at the University of London.

When she's not busy doing great work for Trivera clients, she loves to sketch, chill with her cat Merle and explore the great outdoors.

Chelsea Truntz Joins Team Trivera

Chelsea TruntzChelsea Truntz has joined Team Trivera as an Account Manager.

As an account manager, Chelsea is dedicated to helping our clients realize their digital marketing objectives ... positioning them as heroes within their organizations.  She is the main point of contact and resource, from the time projects hit the pipeline to execution and beyond. Her job is to deliver exceptional customer service, keeping our clients informed every step of the way. During large projects, Chelsea is a client advocate, monitoring and reporting back  on the progress of our production team as they create and develop the components of a successful web strategy and digital marketing campaign. Serving as a consultant, Chelsea also provides clients with customized reporting, helping identify new opportunities and providing support with content marketing, SEO/SEM, social media and overall KPI analysis.

Chelsea's most recent experience includes team lead co-ordination and account management at Beyond Private Label. When she was enrolled at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, she was a Front Office and Staff Supervisor at the Union's Marketing services. In her agency work, she worked with clients of all sizes -- from small businesses to leading brands -- to bolster brands and assure that client work was completed on time, on scope and on budget.

When not at Trivera, Chelsea is spending time with family and friends, traveling, and spending time riding her horse Will. She also enjoys outdoor activities, such as hanging out at the beach or going hiking with her fiancé and dog, Kita.

Omelio Hopwood Joins Team Trivera

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Omelio Hopwood has joined Team Trivera as a PHP wizard, with a specialty in Magento development. While developing robust functionality for client websites may not seem exciting, "Oh" (as we call him) has already experienced a more amazing life than most of us will ever live.

Omelio came to the US from Jamaica as a child. Since his arrival, he has always had a passion for all aspects of technology. But, starting in high school, he decided to focus his passion on the web and software development. After graduating high school and spending a year in college, he took a detour and joined the US Air Force. His tour of duty took him to Japan for 3 years. With a new sense of self confidence and worth following his time in the service, he came back and got his Bachelors of Science from UW-M, majoring in Information Science & Technology. Following a stint at the Milwaukee veterans accelerator program VETransfer where he developed an app that got him covered in the Milwaukee Business Journal, his focus of late has been to take his programming expertise, turn himself into an accomplished, certified Magento developer, and become a valuable member of Team Trivera.melio Hopwood has joined our team as a PHP wizard, with a specialty in Magento development. While developing robust functionality for client websites may not seem exciting, "Oh" (as we call him) has already experienced a more amazing life than most of us will ever live.

Previously, Omelio was a Magento Developer at Sitesquad and a PHP programmer at Gross Automation. 

A brand new dad, and new Menomonee Falls resident, Omelio is grateful to have a gig within walking distance of his home so, when he's not working, he can spend all his time with his family.

Meet Todd Zimmerman, the Newest Member of Team Trivera

todd01.jpgTodd Zimmerman has joined Trivera as Project Manager.  

A former English major and UWM film student, Todd fell into IT as a profession and discovered a drive to use technology to make work life more productive and enjoyable. Over his 20 year career, he has also held titles including Response Center Engineer, Webmaster, Interactive Manager, and PR & Marketing Director.

Todd brings his organizational experience to bear on Trivera's roster of complex activities, working with all staff to make sure projects progress smoothly and on schedule. Todd has developed intranets and public web sites for several manufacturing and technology companies, at times handling everything from server configuration to copywriting. This variety of experience provides him with the knowledge and vocabulary to work with both technical and creative staff, synchronizing efforts towards shared goals.

He comes most recently from Versant Solutions, where as Interactive Manager he managed site administration and development for clients including Thomson Reuters, Barnes & Noble, and the Milwaukee County Transit System.

In his free time Todd enjoys racing sailboats, motorcyling, science fiction, his wondermutt Luna, and endlessly troubleshooting his home internet connection with Time Warner tech support. A former President and Marketing Director of Skydive Milwaukee, he spent ten years on their Board of Directors and still serves as public spokesman when called upon.

Christina Steder Becomes Newest Member of Team Trivera

christinabiopic.jpgTrivera Interactive has added Christina Steder as V.P. of Client Strategy. In her new role, Christina will provide strategic direction for our clients - linking their ongoing online and content marketing needs to business goals and ROI. 

Christina possesses 15+ years of experience in consumer product, professional service, and nonprofit marketing as well as brand strategy and client service, beginning her relationship with Trivera as our contact person for one of our clients in 1999. As the former President of Clear Verve Marketing, Christina continued her relationship with us, building a leading content marketing firm that specialized in providing marketing services to professional service providers, nonprofits, and community organizations. At Clear Verve, Christina partnered with Trivera to provide the web development and technology elements for her agency's client engagements. Most recently, Christina served as V.P. of Integrated Marketing at Zizzo Group. We're delighted to finally have her here as a key member of our leadership team.

When she's not helping our clients, she's busy driving the "Mom Limo" for her three daughters who keep her busy with their activities. She's also enjoying the sunshine and fresh air that comes with her new daily commute to work, which is now just a short walk away from our office in the Falls.

Trivera Affiliate Program Creates Opportunity

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Over the years, Trivera has formed informal partnerships with other companies to fill competency and skill gaps.  However, the affiliate program formalizes the relationships to create a more permanent partnership, and also to provide financial incentives for bringing each other into projects and existing vendor relationships. Two of our affiliates have already deepened the partnership to the point of moving into Trivera's offices.

Companies and individuals being chosen and invited into the program meet the following qualifications:

1.) They provide best-in-market services that are complementary, but non-compettitve, to Trivera's core competencies.

2.) They work primarily with the same size and type of businesses and organizations that represent Trivera's target customers (Manufacturing, service, healthcare and/or ecommerce businesses, with $10-$100 million in annual revenue, and the appropriate budgets for companies that size).

3.) Their primary contact within those companies, and the person to whom they will refer us, is the CMO, VP of Marketing or Brand manager.

4.) They understand the importance of "wins" for every party in the relationship.

Under the terms of the program, Trivera pays a referral fee for any new client we acquire that was referred to us by an affiliate. If the affiliate doesn't want to accept a fee, a contribution will be made in their name to the charity of their choice.

The goal of the program is to build an affiliate network that will provide the opportunty for the region's best Digital Marketing service providers to collaborate with us, create new opportunities for each other and produce success for our clients. 

For more information, or to inquire about becoming an affiliate, contact Trivera CEO Tom Snyder ( tom@trivera.com )

Jamie Rinehart Joins Team Trivera

Jamie RinehartJamie Rinehart has joined Team Trivera as Digital Marketing Strategist. Jamie comes to Trivera with 10 years of Digital Marketing and Advertising account management experience, most recently, the Advertising Sales manager at Kalmbach Publishing Company. At Kalmbach, Jamie managed successful sales teams for Discover, Astronomy, Cabin Life, American Snowmobiler, and Art Jewelry magazines. His experience with high level national accounts helped him create and execute successful advertising and marketing strategies in partnership with global companies such as Allstate, Arctic Cat, BASF and Citgo. Jamie was instrumental recognizing and understanding the need for these publications to move from being print focused toward digital focused.

Jamie holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota in Mass Communications with a focus on Advertising where he still is an active member of the Alumni Association.

When not working, Jamie is an avid rec league volleyball and softball player. In addition, he enjoys running, from Marathons (has ran 5) to a jog in the neighborhood with his wife and dog. Jamie is also a huge Brewer, Packer and Bucks fan. Whether it’s going to the game, or watching at home or streaming it on his phone, Jamie will always find a way to keep up with the local Milwaukee sports teams!

Craig Schneider Joins Team Trivera

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Craig Schneider has joined TeamTrivera as a designer/front-end developer.

Craig is one of those guys who possesses the unique talent of being able to create awesome, intuitive, user-friendly website designs and then using frameworks and content management systems to turn them into fully functional websites. 
 
Craig comes aboard after a long tenure at Kalmbach publishing where most recently he was Interactive Art Director. In that role, he had been overseeing all of Kalmbach's digital properties including their 20 web sites and a team of 2 designers.  He has also been part of their Internet Strategic Development group and participated in the ideation and planning of their web-based products.
 
Craig was instrumental in leading Kalmbach into the Digital realm. On top of building the layouts and interactivity, he also worked with their in-house development team to build custom storefronts for 3 of their publications that had in-app purchases. And most recently, Craig helped lead them into responsive web design, moving 10 of their sites in that direction.  All of that experience has combined make him the perfect fit for our team.
 
When not working, Craig is an avid golfer, loves playing softball, outdoor recreation. Like the rest of the members of TeamTrivera he enjoys spending time with his family. He is also a loyal cheesehead who loves going to Packer, Badger, and Brewer games.
 
 

Scott Zsori Becomes Team Trivera's Newest Member

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Scott Zsori has joined Team Trivera as our newest back end developer.    

Scott first talked to us about coming here in 2002, but the stars weren't correctly aligned at the time. 12 years later, things finally worked out for him to come aboard as our newest back-end developer.

Scott has been working in the web as long as Trivera has, doing all of the same things, in the same languages and platforms as we do it. If it is needed for web development, he knows it, and knows it very well. But he also knows how to communicate highly technical concepts to non-technical people, making him perfect for his position at Trivera.
 
An example of just how smart Scott is: In his spare time, he created and is currently the president of TheTVDB.com, a site that contains an open database of television metadata used by thousands of websites and apps, including Plex, Kodi and some of the world's largest search engines.  While you might not be familiar with the site, you're probably actually a user of the data housed in it. The site's API is used by hundreds of thousands of people, gets 6 billion hits (yes, that billion with a B) and consumes 120TB of bandwidth monthly.
 
Even with all that he has free time! He enjoys spending time with his son and wife, playing video games like Dota 2 and Minecraft, cooking, debating politics, camping, swimming, and playing volleyball.  He loves the Green Bay Packers, his Kindle, his two dogs, a multitude of pond and aquarium fish, and dad jokes.  In high school he placed first in Wisconsin in his division in Academic Decathlon and was ranked in the top 50 Quake players in the world.  He's considered the best dad in the world by at least one first grader.

 

Trivera's Tom Snyder to Speak at 2014 BizExpo

tom-snyder1.jpgOn May 21, 2104, hundreds of Milwaukee area business owners and professionals will descend upon Potawatomi Bingo Casino to learn about the latest trends and best practices at the BizExpo, presented by BizTimes Media.  The event consists of dozens of booths, several award events and an impressive list of  seminars led by some of the area's most knowledgeable business leaders and experts.

Among them are Trivera President and CEO Tom Snyder who will be presenting  "The 5 Digital Marketing Mistakes You're Probably Making." at 2:45 in seminar Room C.  

In the 18 years he's been in the digital marketing field, Tom has watched thousands of owners, agencies and marketers struggle to figure out how to use web technology to help their businesses. As the parade of almost universally misunderstood shiny objects...websites, email marketing, search engine optimization, Social Media and mobile...marched on, he has seen a lot of those businesses succeed, but he's seen even more fail. Ultimately, the challenge is effectively integrating proven marketing tactics with the newest technologies. Tom will identify five of the most common digital marketing mistakes most businesses and organizations make, why those mistakes are preventing them from acheving the results they’re looking for, and what they should be doing instead. 

The session will also help them avoid a sixth digital marketing mistake they're also probably making by encouraging them to attend Trivera's upcoming Social Media University - Milwaukee on June 11th, also being held at Potawatomi Bingo Casino.

Admission to the event and all sessions is free, but requires pre-registration.

Date Set for Social Media University 2014

SMUM2014-logo.jpgIn the summer of 2009, Trivera produced Social Media University, the very first conference of its kind in Milwaukee. Nearly 400 marketers, business owners and agencies gathered at the Italian  Conference Center to learn about this potentially powerful, but still relatively unknown marketing vehicle. Now 5 years later, experience has replaced theory, and reality has eclipsed the optimism. Still a leading authority on Social Media, Trivera presents another daylong event on June 11, 2014 to educate and inspire the market about the importance of all aspect s of social media in your marketing and business strategy.

DSC_6725.JPGThis year's event will be held at Potawatomi's Woodland Dreams Ballroom and Expo Center on 17th and Canal St.  Centrally located, the facility provides easy access, more room, and free parking for attendees.

Just like last event, the focus will be on providing you with practical hands-on knowledge from experts who are in the trenches helping real businesses and organizations just like yours, to successfully use Social Media as a marketing and business tool with the insight of 5 years of hands on experience  Several speakers have already been confirmed on a wide array of topics:

  • Tom Snyder (President, CEO, Trivera) - Social Media 5 Years Later - Strategy is Still The Key
  • Christina Steder (President, Clear Verve Marketing) - Integrating Traditional and Social Media, Not Only Possible but Necessary
  • Wayne Breitbarth (Author) -  LinkedIn, your B2B Social Media Secret Weapon
  • Christopher Graham (Digital Media Specialist, Potawatomi Bingo Casino) - Managing and Measuring Your Social Media Efforts
  • Paul Stillmank (President and CEO, 7 Summits) - Business Benefits of Building Internal and External Online Communities
  • Michelle D'Attilio and Jeanette Pham (Sosh) - Creating and Maintaining a Social Media Editorial Calendar
  • Chris Remington (VP Business Development and Client Strategies, Trivera) - Keeping Your Website Relevant in a Social Media World
  • Katie Fleming and Cory Ampe (Trivera) - How Social Media impacts Your Position in the Search Engines


Other sessions will include the latest techniques to help you understand and leverage Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, YouTube and Pinterest (presenters to be announced).

DSC_6857.JPGA panel discussion will reunite members from  the  similar panel of  five years ago and add a few others to share the secrets to the successes they have achieved as Social Media...and their business paths...have evolved over the last 5 years. Panel members include: Joe Woelfle (Blatz Liquor, now State Farm Insurance), Joe Sorge (Founder of AJ Bombers and now President  of -  Hospitality Democracy), Scott Baitinger (Founder of Streetza Pizza, now CMO at Verlo Mattress Factory Stores), and Leslie Rivers (Marketing Associate- Milwaukee Ballet).

Rounding out the day will be an afternoon keynote from a digital strategist from a brand you know and trust ( to be announced shortly).

A variety of exhibitors will have booths to showcase their products and services. And the day will be capped off by a networking reception with cash bar.

DSC_0855.JPGTickets are $139, ($129 if 3 or more from the same company register at the same time) and include continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages. Because some speakers are yet to be announced, we're offering early bird registration tickets at $119 each till March 31st. Register at SocialMediaMilwaukee.com

The first Social Media University Milwaukee sold out. Buy your tickets early to reserve your spot. Don't miss out! Follow @GoSMUM on Twitter, or find Social Media Unversity - Milwaukee on Facebook.

The New Trivera Website: Responsive, Parallax and Feature Rich

Trivera Site CaptureAsserting its position in the market as a leader in the digital marketing space, Trivera has launched its brand new website. The new site incorporates many of the features it has been recommending that customers incorporate into their own sites.

The biggest, and most obvious feature is a fully responsive architecture and design. That concept provides visitors an experience where all site elements and content are automatically formatted for the specific device they're using. While desktop users will see a website optimized for a full width monitor, tablet users will see the elements readjust to optimally, fit their display, even as they go from landscape mode to portrait mode. The use of retina images provides viewers with iPads photos and graphics in stunning resolution. Visitors on smartphones will see the navigation change to a style that better accommodates finger taps instead of mouse clicks. Phone numbers and addresses take advantage of mobile functionality and while images are resized to take up less of the display, text sizes are scaled to provide greater readability.

The home page features an example of parallax scrolling, where layers and the background scroll at different rates to create a three dimensional effect. While some sites use the effect to create an entire website that parallax scrolls from the top of the home page, the Trivera site chooses the more subtle use of the effect to avoid the damage to Search Engine placement that the other approach produces.

Years of blogs were imported into the new site, a project that was more difficult than it may appear. The previous site used Digitalis as the main site Content Management System, and used Wordpress as the blog platform. Both the site and the blog for the new site reside in a single implementation of Concrete5, made possible by Trivera's technical team performing a major re-programming of that platform's blog to include many of the Wordpress functions that bloggers rely upon.

The site makes extensive use of Concrete5's native functionality to display and rotate team and office photos.

Social Media plays a large part in the new site, with social feeds from Trivera and team members' Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and RSS feeds displaying on the home page and an expanded "Notebook" section. Blog posts contain social sharing buttons, and links to Trivera's Social Media profiles display on every page.

The website represents a quantum leap from the previous generation of website development and showcases a lot of the features, functionality and forward thinking that Trivera offers its clients.

Top 10 Reasons Why Trivera is in Menomonee Falls

An article this week in Money Magazine ranked Trivera's hometown as the 28th best places to live.

Menomonee Falls Patch Pays Trivera a Visit

Menomonee Falls Patch editor Carl Engleking stopped by this week to see what's new at Trivera. The answer was "a lot."

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Catch his entire article here:

http://menomoneefalls.patch.com/groups/business-news/p/trivera-plans-to-double-its-size-through-acquisition

 

Trivera and Concrete5 Shine at Local CMS Showdown

Billed as a no-holds-barred Content Management System Showdown, a group of Milwaukee area developers met on May 10, at Bucketworks for a Web414 panel to discuss...and demonstrate...the comparative benefits and shortcomings of 6 major CMS platforms.

Trivera VP of Business Development and Client Strategy Chris Remington invited Trivera customer Chris Graham from Potawatomi Bingo Casino to tag team the presentation on the capabilities of Concrete5. Among the contenders were ModX, Wordpress, Sitecor, Drupal and Joomla!. While the other presentations focused on developer-focused feature sets and perecentage of market, Trivera's approach focused on the client experience.

While no CMS "won," the fact that, with a depth of experience in Concrete5, Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla!, Digitalus and Expression Engine, Trivera is able to dig deep to discover every client's needs and create a web presence in the CMS that makes the most sense for them.

See the presentation here (cue in to 51:00 to see the Trivera Concrete5 Demo):

Is Big Data Redefining the Funnel?

I saw a great blog last week from a traditional advertising agency that was marveling over IP tracking as the next big thing to come down the marketing trail. With so many traditional agencies still unable to grasp web's true potential from either the design, usability or functionality standpoint (one of Milwaukee's largest agencies still has a Flash-based website. Seriously), it’s great to see a local agency that at least gets that.  The author went on to express eagerness to see the next greatest technology.

But the next great technology is already here.

Big Data will be the next step in the death of the traditional marketing funnel. Even more Big Brotherish than IP targeting, Big Data is scary to some, but incredibly powerful for others. By merging multiple large consumer databases, and data gelened from Social Media and other public information websites, larger companies (and national political campaigns) are gaining access not only to a person’s internet habits, but also cross tabbing that with people's grocery buying habits, current home improvement projects, vacation plans, favorite genres of movies, preferred restaurants, political and religious affiliation, the number, type and names of pets, the route they take to work (and how they get there), ideological motivators for when, where, how and WHY they (we) are making buying decisions, as well as getting visibility on predictive behavior based on buying decision of others who match their total consumer profile.

 

Bank of American, Home Depot, Intuit, The Obama Presidential Campaign are the early adopters, but, as the price of storage and processing power continue to decrease, and merged big databases become more available the technology will continue to work its way down to the realm of medium sized businesses.

Scary, but it’s coming, ready or not.

CBS58 Social Media Feature Includes Trivera President

packerscheerleader1-300x169.jpgAs the recent controversy regarding a Chicago Bear Facebook fan site bullying a Green Bay Packer cheerleader began to go viral, the news team at Milwaukee's CBS affiliate needed a Social Media expert to interview for their 10 O'Clock news. So to find the right person, they did what any self-respecting media organization would do: They Googled it. The search for Milwaukee Social Media Expert brought up Trivera on Page 1, position 1, and after a quick phone call, the reporter and cameraman were on their way to Menomonee Falls to interview Trivera's resident Social Media go-to guy, Tom Snyder.

542705_10200673998198617_1942508108_n[1]Trying to meet a tight deadline in the middle of a snowstorm, the crew didn't even have time to take off their coats, hats and mittens. That caused the realtime tweets and Facebook posts from the team in the office to be met with accusations that we don't pay our heating bills.

As the day had gone on the focus of the story shifted. Initially, the story was about a Fan Page featuring a photo and the subject of the photo getting hammered with vicious comments. The woman asked Facebook to remove the photos and the post n the grounds that it violated Facebook's anti-bullying rule. Facebook disagreed an refused to remove it. So the woman struck back with another Social Media tool: a YouTube Video. And the battle raged between the haters and the supporters, free-speech advocates and people who demanded that Facebook relent. Eventually even Mashable picked up on the story, and by the time the crew got to our office, the owners of the Facebook page removed the post.

P1015548The questions from the reporters focused on whether we felt that Facebook should have removed the post. Tom's answer framed the dilemma Facebook had by asking the reporters if they would remove a news story on their site if the comments to that story turned ugly. He felt that technically, the fan page owners probably had a moral responsibility to remove the vicious and hateful comments.

Social Media is admittedly sometimes very anti-social. Bullying goes on there constantly. Fortunately, as proven by this instance, those who are bullied can use the same tool to stand up to the bullies, and get an army of supporters to stand with them.

But once again, whether it's for bad or for good...or both...Social Media is a powerful tool, and in the right instances can create viral buzz for the good to win.

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Trivera Tackles the Elephant in the Room

team-giftsLike most companies, Trivera Interactive has embraced the holiday spirit – adorning our office with festive decorations, twinkling lights and even a handcrafted Mountain Dew tree. For our gift exchange this year, we decided to tackle the White Elephant in the room. Many of our employees had not previously participated in a White Elephant gift exchange which made this event even more entertaining.

rock-emWe followed the conventional rules of drawing numbers and allowing people to choose whether to open a new gift or steal one from a co-worker. The first gift stolen was an antique-looking key which doubled as a bottle opener and tripled as a wine corkscrew. Fantastic! Another popular gift was a singing, dancing, pudgy man holding a beer mug.

Hilarity ensued as we opened gifts such as a programmer’s “survival kit" complete with the oldest software possible, a Joomla shirt and a 6-pack of beer. I’m sensing a theme here …

my-hankeyEveryone ended up with gifts to cherish. You cannot put a value on used firefighter boots and a book about surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. You just can’t. And, one co-worker got the last laugh as I opened the final, unwanted gift, after all of my gifts were stolen. Yes, Kenny G.’s “Duotones" CD is the gift which keeps on giving. I was pleasantly surprised to discover the Best Buy gift card Tom had cleverly tucked inside the CD, however. So, all’s well that ends well.

fondueOur team had a lot of fun, countless laughs and we’ll be inviting the White Elephant back to our room next year.

Happy Holidays from Trivera!

Laurie Vogt
Search Goddess and Chief Fun Officer

Trivera's President to Speak at Milwaukee SEOmoz Event

SEOmoz is a Seattle-based Search Engine Optimization software development company that hosts the web's most vibrant SEO community. Part of their strategy includes traveling the globe to participate in marketing events and meetups. Their next meetup happens in Milwaukee on October 3rd, and they have chosen Trivera's President, Tom Snyder, as one of several local speakers featured on the program.

As part of their "2012 MozCation" the SEOmoz solicited nominations for locations. Milwaukee stepped up, nominated, tweeted, and participated in a successful effort that resulted in Milwaukee being selected as the kickoff city. The event takes place at the Harley-Davidson Museum from 5-9pm, and will feature networking, food and drinks, followed by two hours of presentations:

Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOmoz Topic: The Future of SEO

Brittan Bright, Director of Client Strategy at iAcquire Topic: From Mess to Success: A Case Study of Cross-Discipline Collaboration Done Right

Jamie Steven, Chief Marketing Officer at SEOmoz Topic: Technical Skills for Marketers: Gaining the skills you need to be indispensable

Luke Summerfield, Internet Marketing Specialist at Savvy Panda Topic: Mobile Search Skyrocketing? Let's Optimize and Capture!

Victor Drover, Owner at Anything Digital Topic: How to SEO Optimize a CMS

Tom Snyder, Owner at Trivera Interactive Topic: How Social Media Impacts Your SEO

Chiaryn Miranda, Helpster of Awesome (aka Customer Service Expert) at SEOmoz

The event is FREE, but registration is required

Trivera's Tom Snyder makes 3rd appearance on Fox6

Social Media continues to be the hot topic on Fox6 Milwaukee's Wakeup show. Anchor Shawn Patrick invited Trivera president Tom Snyder back, this time to talk about Foursquare.

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