Mark Jackson / President and CEO

Mark Jackson
Mark Jackson

Mark Jackson, President and CEO of Vizion Interactive.

Mark joined the interactive marketing fray in early 2000. His journey began with Lycos/Wired Digital and then AOL/Time Warner. After having witnessed the bubble burst and its lingering effects on stability on the job front (learning that working for a “large company” does not guarantee you a position, no matter your job performance), Mark established an interactive marketing agency and has cultivated it into one of the most respected digital marketing agencies in the United States.

Vizion Interactive was founded on the premise that honesty, integrity, and transparency forge the pillars that strong partnerships should be based upon.

Mark was a founder of the Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing Association (DFWSEM) and Kansas City Search Engine Marketing Association (KCSEM) and a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth Interactive Marketing Association (DFWIMA) since 1999 and has been a speaker and moderator at the SES/ClickZ Live and Pubcon conferences.

Mark received a BA in Journalism/Advertising from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1993 and spent several years in traditional marketing (radio, television, and print) prior to venturing into all things “Web.”

Mark Jackson Recent Posts

Google Update – Part 2

Hold on to your horses… Google’s update is more complex than originally meets the eye. Rankings that you see now are different when you log into your Google account. Rankings that you... Read More

Google Update

I’d like to welcome SEO, Inc. back to the world of Google rankings and Page Rank: http://www.seoinc.com/ – [Google search]. I can recall the days when these guys were #1 for “search... Read More

Interactive TV

For all the hype that convergence has had over the years, it’s really interesting to see how quickly major companies are adopting new technology, all of a sudden. On today’s adage.com, there’s... Read More

Search Engine Marketing Fraud

More hype about search engine marketing click fraud in this article from B2B. I won’t pretend to know exactly how it would work, but I am still waiting for someone (Google/Yahoo!) to... Read More