May 12, 2008, 12:00 AM

SEO firm Netconcepts adds four new hires

New appointments deepen Netconcepts’ marketing, client services and web development capabilities.

Netconcepts is expanding its staff with four new hires. The new appointments deepen the search engine optimization firm’s marketing, client services and web development capabilities.

Tina Kelly has been named online marketing manager. Previously, Kelly held several positions in business-to-business and business-to-consumer online marketing, serving such clients as Walt Disney and the Super Bowl.

Jamie Matheson and Rachel Reinhart have been appointed client service managers with Netconcepts’ e-business team. The two will offer clients search engine optimization and online marketing consulting. Prior to joining Netconcepts, Matheson developed multi-channel marketing campaigns. Matheson has experience in e-mail marketing, keyword analysis, paid search campaigns and product marketing. Reinhart’s prior experience includes online marketing and paid search, content optimization, social media interaction and analytic reporting. Reinhart developed and marketed web sites for the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse and Ballweg Inc.

Andy Wittrock is the newest developer for GravityMarket, Netconcepts’ e-business solution targeting mid-sized online marketers. He brings extensive previous web development experience, including in customer relationship management, e-commerce and 3D graphic utilities.

“We are very pleased to have our new team members on board,” says Jody Hartwig, Netconcepts’ vice president of client services. “Their unique skill sets add great expertise to our company, and help us to do even more to make our clients successful.”

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