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Brian Pasch, founder of PCG Digital Marketing and PCG Consulting, has built his business insights and strategy on a foundation consisting of over 20 years of Information Technology and Marketing leadership.

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Current Employer

PCG Consulting Inc

Job Title


  • B.A. Rutgers University
Work History
  • Founder PCG Digital Marketing 2005

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Career Goals

Educating and inspiring people to reach their fullest potential.

Career Highlights

Fresh out of Rutgers University, Brian published his first book and software package with Prentice Hall in 1984. Since that time he has been recognized as a builder of world-class data warehousing models, a creator of award winning search marketing strategies and the highest rated Internet Trainer in the automotive industry. , , Brian’s second book focuses on winning Internet lead handling strategies for car dealers and was released in September 2012.


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  • Mark Crosby
    Posted Nov 8, 2009

    Brian, You always have good ideas for your clients. This one for the SEO Boot Camp before NADA is a great idea. I've seen several people suggest having these in other parts of the country a couple times a year. That would surely open it up to more dealers and more dealer personell. Would you open these Boot Camps or workshops to others besides dealer personell?

    • Brian Pasch
      Posted Nov 8, 2009

      Yes, the boot camp is ideal for anyone who wants to compete online. The strategies apply to many areas and diciplines. One interesting dilemma about regional boot camps. JD Rucker brought up the point that regional events might cluster competitors more often as compared to a national event. Which brings up the question if we should block direct competitors from being in the same boot camp, on a first come basis, for the same OEM brand. What do you think about that? Will you be attending?

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