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Dave is a co-founder of Social Dynamx. Based in Austin, Texas, the firm offers a truly enterprise-scale, social, customer-care solution, designed to handle the tens of thousands of social interactions that major brands are presented with each day.
Dave is also a ClickZ columnist and frequent conference speaker. He has served on the advisory board for ad:tech and the measurement and metrics council for the Word of Mouth Marketing Association.
Prior to his work in advertising and digital media, Dave was a product manager with Progressive Insurance Company and a systems analyst for the Voyager deep space exploration program with Jet Propulsion Laboratories/NASA. Dave holds a B.S. in physics and mathematics from the State University of New York/College at Brockport.
In the event that you’d like to interrupt Dave, the easiest way to do it is via Twitter (evansdave) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jason Falls is a social media marketing consultant, educator, speaker and industry observer based in Louisville, Ky.