About Bryson Meunier
Bryson Meunier is the SEO Director at CouponCabin, an SEO veteran with more than 20 years experience both agency and in-house, and a thought leader in permission marketing as a columnist for Search Engine Land, Marketing Land and .Net Magazine and a frequent speaker on SEO and mobile marketing.
As a marketer, Bryson focuses on creating relevant content that compels digital audiences to share it organically. Search, social and mobile marketing have a unique ability to qualify prospects with queries, interests and context, and marketers should be taking advantage in order to improve the user experience while increasing traffic and revenue for the brand.
He currently does this in-house for CouponCabin, a top coupon site headquartered in Chicago.
Prior to joining CouponCabin in May 2020, Bryson worked as the SEO Director at Vivid Seats for almost 6 years. Prior to that, Bryson worked for almost 9 years in a large digital agency, Resolution Media, where he created the SEO product, was the SEO strategy lead for Resolution’s largest clients, and created a bleeding edge digital audience segmentation product.
Bryson is a pioneer in understanding how mobility changes SEO and a recognized expert in mobile SEO. His thoughts on mobile SEO have been published by Forrester Research, eMarketer, .Net Magazine, Mobile Marketer, CIO Magazine, B2B Magazine, Mediapost, DM News, Search Engine Land and others. He currently writes a monthly mobile marketing column for Marketing Land.
Bryson has been a featured speaker at both search (SMX, SES, SIS) and mobile marketing (Mobile Insider, Mobile First Look, Digiday Mobile, CTIA, Mobile Monday, etc.) conferences and in various webinars for MarketingProfs University, SEMPO, Mobile Marketer etc.
Prior to joining Resolution Media in 2005, Meunier did enterprise SEO and paid search for Walgreens.com. Meunier holds a BA in English from The Ohio State University, where he graduated summa cum laude with distinction in English. He lives in Park Ridge, IL with his wife and three kids.
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