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"Motorola's internet marketing
- Business Marketing Association (BMA)
"Marketing Thought Leader"
- Selected for the Marketing Thought Leader Keynote DMA B-to-B Interactive Marketing Conference
- Crain's BtoB Magazine
wunderkind, Peter DeLegge."
- Editor, Crain's BtoB
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Peter DeLegge possesses an wealth of marketing experience and skills spanning two decades and 15 years managing online marketing. DeLegge has delivered results in a wide range of industries and corporate environments for companies ranging from the Fortune 500 to medium size corporations. His background includes both B2B and B2C marketing, with an emphasis on online marketing (B2B and B2C) and business-to-business marketing management.
His record of accomplishments in senior level marketing roles at Motorola, ADT and Aon, reflect a passion for marketing excellence and straight-forward, personable style. His marketing programs have been praised by executives from Google as a model for all marketers and featured as best case studies in numerous marketing publications. DeLegge has been cited as an expert on online and integrated marketing by both marketing publications such as Direct, BtoB, MarketingSherpa to Wired, many newspapers and books from leading marketing authorities such as Philip Kotler.
Delivering Great Results, Regardless of Industry
At Motorola, DeLegge was responsible for a greater than 20% (two million unique visitor) increase in monthly traffic to Motorola.com and global interactive marketing programs that have been praised as best practices in the Fortune 500, such as achieving improvements over Motorola's past conversions by as much as 250% or more. MarketingSherpa called the program and results "stunning," while a host at AD-Tech referred to the program as "brilliant."
At ADT, DeLegge was responsible for improving online conversions by more than 50 percent on an annual spend of more than $9 million USD. During a period where the overall marketing budget was cut by 15%, DeLegge successfully made the case for increasing the online marketing budget by $1 million USD annually.
While at the Aon, DeLegge identified sub-standard processes and results and instituted new, enterprise-wide marketing programs and inter-departmental teams that quickly took the company to the best practice range, gaining some of the best results ever reported for B2B campaigns of their type within one year while reducing costs. During DeLegge's tenure at Aon, it was twice selected as an eWeek eBusiness Innovator and its public website was chosen as among Crain's BtoB Magazine's best 100 websites for four consecutive years.
DeLegge was recognized by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) as a marketing thought leader, and provided the keynote speech at their annual, national interactive marketing conference in 2006. His writing and marketing publication, Marketing Today, has been recommended, quoted, or referenced by more than one hundred b-schools, associations, noted marketers, marketing publications and marketing book authors. The list includes Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge, Northwestern's Journal of Integrated Marketing Communications, Vanderbilt's Graduate School, Knowledge@Wharton, Crain's BtoB, Direct, Inside Direct Mail, Business 2.0, Larry Chase's Web Digest for Marketers, . Christian Science Monitor, WSJ's Career Journal, Inc, Chicago Sun-Times, Fast Company, MarketingSherpa, AMA's MarketingPower.com, Folio Magazine, AdWeek Online, Entrepreneur and more. Marketing Today subscribers include marketers from more than 20% of the Fortune 1000 (click here for partial list of subscribers).
DeLegge keynoted at IQPC's "Measuring and Ensuring Return on Your Marketing Investment" an event created based on an article he wrote on the topic. Presenters included directors and VPs from Kraft, eBay and McKinsey. DeLegge has presented three consecutive years for Crain's BtoB NetMarketing events as well as many other marketing events. DeLegge is the author of a forthcoming book on internet marketing to be published by Wiley.
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