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Episode 38  |  51:10 min

Ryan Hartman (The Zebra) - ROMI is My Homey

Episode 38  |  51:10 min  |  12.08.2020

Ryan Hartman (The Zebra) - ROMI is My Homey

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This is a podcast episode titled, Ryan Hartman (The Zebra) - ROMI is My Homey. The summary for this episode is: <p>Ryan Hartman, Sr. Vice President of Paid Media at The Zebra, shares the moves they made to differentiate themselves as a brand, why they decided to relocate to Austin from Pittsburgh, and how he came to follow the mantra, “Sales overnight, brand over time.” Ajay is having a good day, and Vincent is afraid of getting slapped in the face.</p>

Ryan Hartman, Sr. Vice President of Paid Media at The Zebra, shares the moves they made to differentiate themselves as a brand, why they decided to relocate to Austin from Pittsburgh, and how he came to follow the mantra, “Sales overnight, brand over time.” Ajay is having a good day, and Vincent is afraid of getting slapped in the face.

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Ryan Hartman
Sr. Vice President of Paid Media at The Zebra
Marketing Executive with 15+ years of digital and traditional marketing experience. Currently the Senior Vice President of Paid Media at The Zebra, the nation's leading insurance comparison site. Formerly led the Digital Marketing teams at Custom Ink, Esurance (an Allstate Company) and GEICO. Extremely well-versed in paid search, display, retargeting, programmatic, mobile advertising, online video, native, social media, SEO and several other cutting edge marketing mediums.
Ryan Hartman | LinkedIn

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