My name is Garry Przyklenk.
Yeah… don’t let the lack of vowels get to you, I guess somewhere down the ancestral line someone lost a bet. It’s commonly pronounced “SHOE CLANK” and to pronounce it correctly you have to cut a hole in your tongue and move to Poland. Now that that’s out of the way, I can hopefully get through the uncomfortable task of describing myself…
I started blogging back in August of 2007 as a means to communicate with online marketers, service providers, and vendors. I still maintain and update my original site, PPC-Advice.com but found that I was writing less about online marketing and more about what it means to become a change agent within an organization. Analytics-Advice.com is focused on news and discussion surrounding the use of data-driven decision-making to empower profitable changes within an organization’s products, services, and user experience.
Working with several diverse organizations over the past decade or so, I continue to have the distinct honor and pleasure of solving problems with the most talented individuals in each industry, each with their own diverse set of business objectives:
- Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Consortium (CTVolympics.ca, RDSolympics.ca)
- TD Bank Group
- TD Canada Trust
- TD Wealth
- TD Insurance
- TD Bank – America’s Most Convenient Bank
If you don’t find me at work or blogging or at trade shows, you might find me traveling the world, taking photos, or scuba diving (or all three!).
- Web Analytics Association member (WAA)
- Search Engine Marketing Professional Association (SEMPO)
- Search Engine Marketing Professional Association Canada
- Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)
I keep a fairly open policy on leaving comments on my blog because I value your feedback and opinion. Feel free to leave substantive comments on any of my posts, but try to keep links to a minimum unless they are relevant. If you’re here to spam, don’t bother wasting your time or my time.
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