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Jon Keel

Location: Cincinnati, OH US
Website: http://Improved-Results.com


Jon Keel has developed a local, national, and international reputation as a results oriented Online Business AdvisorTM, having been actively involved in this arena since January, 1997. In addition to being CEO of Improved Results (www.Improved-Results.com) which he founded in September, 1997, and founder of the Online Business AdvisorTM Protégé program, a high end coaching/mentoring program (www.OnlineBusinessAdvisorProtege.com ), he co-developed the Xavier University MBA E-Business program, where he taught Online Marketing and E-Commerce for over three years. He frequently speaks to local, regional, national and international audiences about Performance-Based Marketing for online and offline businesses. He has written numerous articles and has appeared on several TV news and talk radio programs. He co-developed the first pay-per-click search engine bid management software in 2000 and wrote the first book on pay-per-click search engines, "Instant Web Site Traffic," originally published in August, 2001. He contributed to the best selling book, "Success Secrets of the Online Marketing Superstars," published in 2005. His most recent book, "Secrets of Peak Performers," which he co-authored with Dan Kennedy, Bill Glazer, and Lee Milteer, was published in April, 2009. With bachelors and masters degrees in Engineering, Jon moved to Cincinnati in 1971 as an environmental engineer with the Procter and Gamble Company. He left P&G in 1973 to work for The Henry P. Thompson Company, for which over a 22-year period he became the owner and President/CEO. He sold his interest in the company in 1995. In 1987 he received an MBA from Xavier University. He presently lives in Cincinnati with his wife, Colleen. He is a member of the Board of Executive Advisors for the Williams College of Business at Xavier and the Dean's Advisory Council for the College of Engineering at the University of Arkansas.