Matt is From The Future's Senior Content Strategist. He blends backgrounds in SEO, storytelling and digital content to big picture strategy that is both compelling and tailor-made for search engines.
From The Future (FTF), a leading Philadelphia-based digital marketing agency, announced today that David Herscott has been named Chief Executive Officer.
Nick Eubanks, FTF’s Founder and CEO since 2014, will transition to Founder, Chief Strategy Officer and Chairman of the Board.
Herscott has more than two decades of digital agency experience. Starting out at Modem Media in the late 1990s, one of the first digitally-centric agencies, he went on to found, build and eventually sell two agencies of his own. Herscott is the co-founder of MEA Digital (rebranded Piston), now part of LEWIS Global Communications, and Netx, now part of House of Kaizen, a global independent performance marketing agency.
“David’s agency experience combined with his depth of knowledge operating high performance teams is exactly what FTF needs at this stage,”
“Working closely with David over the past several months has given me the opportunity to see the kind of positive impact he will have for our clients, partners and team members. I couldn’t be more excited to announce this new partnership.”
“I am thrilled to be a part of FTF. We will add strategic planning and advanced data science capabilities to our existing best-of-breed search marketing services. FTF has a terrific roster of client partners and a passionate team of marketers, the foundation for any great marketing consulting practice.”
Based on its “Search First” methodology and proprietary technology platform, FTF is uniquely qualified to deliver intent-based audiences at scale for mid-market companies and global brands. Services include: SEO, digital advertising, content marketing, user experience, design, development and analytics. Since 2014, FTF has delivered millions of users for category leaders such as Sandals, Igloo Software, InVision and Helix Sleep.
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