Brian Wool

Brian Wool is Vice President of Content Distribution at Localeze. With nearly 20 years of experience in database markets, Brian oversees all aspects of the company's client services efforts. Brian has been instrumental in the success of Localeze by establishing relationships with leading search companies and local search engine publishers alike. An expert in local Internet-search marketing, Brian has been a columnist covering various local-search issues, and is a frequent speaker at industry-leading local search conferences. Prior to joining Localeze, Brian held various positions at comScore Networks, Claritas and Equifax-National Decision Systems. He can be reached at [email protected]

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