Jen Van Iderstyne
Marketing Manager

Jennifer Van Iderstyne is head of client relations and the marketing manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. She conducts SEO research, provides consulting, and oversees the coordination of client campaigns. In her free time she handles marketing efforts, conference planning and brand messaging for IMN.

A brief biography of Jennifer Van Iderstyne

Jennifer Van Iderstyne has spent her entire life in upstate New York. In 2002 she graduated from SUNY Potsdam with a major in politics and minors in acting and communication. She came to Internet Marketing Ninjas, and the field of SEO in 2006 after a brief stint working in public policy. Beginning as a link builder, she quickly learned about other aspects of SEO including content development, analysis, on-page optimization and strategic planning. During her tenure at Internet Marketing Ninjas, she has built links, written and evaluated content, created reports, trained other employees and managed hundreds of client accounts. Having worked in so many parts of the company over the course of its development has given her a unique insight into how all aspects so online marketing work together. In addition to her day to day responsibilities, she also contributes regularly to the IMN blog, Search Engine Watch and has had guest blogs posted on various other industry blogs.

Jen's Previous Speaking Events

Pubcon New Orleans 2013

New Orleans, Louisiana April 22-25, 2013

Industry Testimonials

Jen and Shawn, I just wanted to remind you both that I am very grateful for your time and effort you have shown our account and if you weren’t so damn faraway, I’d give you both real big bear hugs right now! :) Heck, at this rate, you’ve earned about 85% of the naming rights for my first born! I’m thinking “Jeawn”. It has a nice ring to it… :) Alright back to work. Peace out!
Peter K.

Jim and Jen, Thanks for your time and an awesome meeting. Jim,You have done so much in the past few years with your company, Your office space, your employees, their commitment are evidence that you have instilled your positive traits into them and your business. You should be proud. Jen, You are “on it”!! It is uplifting seeing someone your age being so intense and into their work like you are. I can tell you’re the type who wakes up with a smile and positive attitude. Michelle and I enjoyed the dialog and the advice. I really appreciate all you have done for me over the years and continue to do.
Mark M.

Jim, You rock!, and thank you SO MUCH for your extremely fast response to my question. Please know that Shawn and Jen have been a BLAST to work with, and that everyone here is extremely grateful and values the partnership our companies have formed over the past year or so. If there is anything that I can ever do to return the favor, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thomas W.

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