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Matt Naeger

Chief Strategy Officer, Americas, Merkle

As Merkle’s Chief Strategy Officer, Americas, Matt brings nearly 20 years of helping marketers and brands embrace the advancements that make direct customer relationships possible. He leads the agency’s omni-channel strategy experts across industries — designing and launching integrated marketing programs by converging data with media and creating experiences that truly reach individuals.  

From the onset of digital marketing, Matt was an innovator and founder at IMPAQT, a pioneer SEM agency, which after being acquired helped to establish Merkle’s focus on digital — he has played a key role in its position as a frontrunner in the changing advertising agency model. As a recognized thought leader in the digital space, Matt brings his core data principles, his energy for what’s next, and his deep expertise in improving marketing for some of the best brands in the world. He has also worked with partners like Google, Microsoft and Facebook as their platforms have developed providing his expertise to their product teams as they have evolved digital marketing.

Matt has served as a strategy partner to Whirlpool, General Mills, Mercedes Benz, and Comcast; recent clients include Chase, HBO, Office Depot, and Time Warner Inc.

Matt's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

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Google Revolutionizes Advertising ... Again

Merkle has long been heralding the opportunity of addressable media to our clients and prospects. The Rise of the Platform Marketer, our book released this summer, focused on the tools and capabilities needed to capitalize on this rapidly emerging opportunity.