Matthew Capala (@SearchDecoder) is a growth-focused Internet marketer and entrepreneur. With over a decade of digital marketing experience working with some of the world’s largest brands (Apple, Western Union, Avon, Smirnoff, TRESemme, Dell, LG, Prudential) and start-ups, Matthew has leveraged the Internet in unprecedented ways to spur growth. He is the founder of SearchDecoder.com, Adj. Professor at NYU, consultant, dynamic speaker, trainer, blogger and author.
In his latest book, SEO Like I’m 5: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization, he brings the hard-won advice on how to make your business more visible online and get ahead of the pack on a crowded Web to everyone who is willing to hustle.
Matthew has spoken at various industry conferences and trained workshops all over world, including New York, Miami, San Francisco London, Vienna, Munich, and Warsaw. He writes for several industry leading blogs and publications, including The Next Web, Sparksheet, Medium and Problogger.
You can contact Matthew via email at matt (at) searchdecoder (dot) com
♦ How to Get Funding From a Shark 2 2013
♦ 40th Anniversary of CEANY 2013
♦ World Trade Week 2014
♦ Search Marketing Day (Warsaw) 2014
♦ Small Business Forum 2014
♦ Marketing Week NYC 2013
♦ Great Ideas at C-Level 2012
♦ 3 Day Startup NYC 2014
♦ CEO Networking NYEBN 2014
♦ LG Electronics
♦ Western Union
♦ Mohegan Sun
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Hello, I am Matthew Capala
I am a student of life. I lived in Poland until the age of 23. I moved to New York 10 years ago, where I have led multiple lives: construction worker, scaffold operator, waiter, office manager, digital marketer, consultant, trainer, entrepreneur, professor, and executive. In that order.
I love to help others achieve success. Published on Medium, a better place to read and write, Away with Average: How Online Entrepreneurship Creates a Unique Advantage for Job Seekers, is a collaborative free e-book. Constantly evolving, its content is live. Every sentence is a tweet or a conversation.