Alyssa has been working in the Digital Marketing space for about 5 years. Her experience ranges from working at performance marketing agencies to in-house marketing teams. She began her marketing career at eSearchVision in 2010, where she worked with clients such as Sephora. In 2012, she joined the 3Q Digital team where she continued to manage clients such as GoPro and Redfin. In 2014, she transitioned to a new role on the eMarketing team at Williams-Sonoma where she was responsible for the Search program for Pottery Barn Brand.
She currently resides on the East Coast and loves exploring new places, hiking and eating anything adventurous!
A ten-year digital marketing veteran and founder of BlackBird PPC, Jay Stampfl originally started working in performance display in 2007 with adBrite. In 2010, he continued his digital marketing career at the French search agency eSearchVision, where he worked with many top U.S. brands, including Papa John's and Sephora. Jay then joined the digital marketing agency 3Q Digital in 2013, where he managed +35 employees/+40 clients. There, he became Vice President of Client Services in 2015 before leaving to found BlackBird PPC in the summer of 2016.
Jay has managed media across multiple disciplines including paid search, paid social, and programmatic display, overseeing nearly $90MM in digital media spend annually. He has spoken at SMX search conferences on the topics of bidding methodology, advanced remarketing strategies, and comparative shopping. Additionally, Jay has been a guest lecturer at Wharton’s Venture Initiation MBA program on digital marketing best practices for early-stage startups. In 2015, Jay was one of three national winners of iMedia's Rising Star Award, nominated for his “demonstrated track record of defining, recommending, selling through, and delivering transformative marketing programs that drive extraordinary results.”
Jay received a degree from UC Berkeley in Biological Anthropology. He enjoys learning the mandolin, playing water polo, and reading science fiction.