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Dennis Consorte

Title: Chief Operating Officer

Education: B.A. in Psychology from Binghamton University, with a prior concentration in Computer Science at Purdue University.

I’m the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of 1AND1 Life. I co-founded my first e-commerce business in 2003. After a profitable acquisition, I began my career in digital marketing, where I help other companies to achieve their objectives. Eventually, I scaled and self-funded my digital marketing consultancy to support a full-time staff, plus numerous contractors on my payroll, in order to support dozens of clients. Some of these clients were direct, while I provided private-label services to several other digital marketing agencies in New York City. You can find some of my opinions on digital marketing in publications including Entrepreneur, ValueWalk, Tech Target, Digital.com, the American Marketing Association, Feedfront, and elsewhere.

On a personal note, I have a history with fitness training. At Purdue, I was President of the Powerlifting Club, and I held 2nd place in the ADFPA of New York for the teen deadlift in my weight class. I had also participated in several bodybuilding competitions and was a Bodybuilder of the Week on Bodybuilding.com. But over the years, I diverged from focusing on my physical and mental health, and I also had to take a step back professionally to reevaluate my business model.

I began a journey of self-care both personally and professionally. Now, in my collaboration with 1AND1 Life, I’ve found a perfect fit. The company’s emphasis on physical and mental wellness complements my renewed focus on these aspects, and managing the content strategy for 1AND1 Life is the motivation I need to progress toward a healthier and more fulfilling life.

In my spare time, I’m an active member of Toastmasters International and have held various leadership roles, and speak about digital marketing and provide guidance to college students at various universities around New York State. I am also a practicing stoic. Similar to CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), my meditations help me to separate those things in and out of my control, while acknowledging the gratitude I feel about life’s better moments.

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