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“Some of Jeanne’s clients include the Tony Robbins Companies, StomperNet, Joe Polish, and an Inc 500 Entrepreneur”

Jeanne Hurlbert, PhD is an expert in survey research, social networks, and social media. Jeanne has served on the faculty of Louisiana State University for more than 20 years, where she taught hundreds of social science students and marketing students how to read people’s minds with surveys and directed the Louisiana Population Data Center Survey Research Lab.  She and her husband/colleague, John (Jack) Beggs, have used survey research to study how individuals’ social networks affect such things as job-finding, job satisfaction, access to social support, and health.

Through her company, she uses that expertise to help businesses harness the power of surveys. She teamed with Mike Koenigs, online entrepreneur and video expert, to create MySurveyExpert.com, the first company to put affordable, high-quality survey systems in the hands of small businesses. Her list of clients includes The Tony Robbins Companies, Ali International, StomperNet, Joe Polish, and Traffic Geyser.

Her clients include The Tony Robbins Companies and $100-million companies like Tatum, Inc 500 entrepreneur Ali International, John Assaraf, Newport Trial Group, Joe Polish, Andy Jenkins, and three New York Times-bestselling authors.  She has also worked as a consultant on projects with the US Army Corps of Engineers. In fact, when the US Army Corps of Engineers put together its expert teams to understand what happened after Hurricane Katrina, they tapped Jeanne and Jack for the social science team.

She has been featured or quoted in such media as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The LA Times, USA Today, Oprah and Friends, smSmallBiz.com, Forbes.com, Monster.com, Juneau.com, US News and World Report, Radio-TV Interview Report, Health, Smart Money, The Christian Science Monitor, CNN, National Public Radio, The History Channel, ABC News Now, and Business Talk This Morning.

Jeanne grew up in Sunbury, NC (population 250) and attended The College of William and Mary, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She earned her MA and PhD degrees at the University of North Carolina.

Jeanne’s offices are in Baton Rouge, LA, where she lives with her husband, Jack; daughter, Elizabeth; and their dogs–Neily the Corgi and CB the rascal.

“Some of Mike’s clients include Tony Robbins, Paula Abdul, Brian Tracy and Arielle Ford”

Geek, surfer, marketer, video producer and didgeridoo player, Mike Koenigs is best known as the guy who created the Web 2.0 syndication service, Traffic Geyser that distributes over a million videos per week and generates top ranking, web traffic and leads in minutes by sending video content to over 70 video sites, social bookmarking, social media, blog and podcasting directories.

Mike grew up in Eagle Lake, Minnesota (pop. 763) where he taught himself how to program at age 14. He wrote video games for the first Mac game company, PCAI. In 1991, he co-founded Digital Café, one of the first interactive multimedia agencies that produced the world’s first branded CD-ROM game, “Chex Quest” and shipped in more than six-million boxes of General Mills cereal. Digital Café produced many of the world’s first movie web sites, promotional screen savers and games for Sony, Columbia-Tristar and 20th Century Fox. He sold the company during the dotcom boom to publicly-held IPG and billion-dollar agency Campbell-Mithun in 1999.

He’s credited for making “Infomercial Toolkit” and inventing the “Internet Infomercial” for marketing and selling products or services with video on the web.

Michael has served as a producer, marketer and consultant for Sony Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, 3M, General Mills, Dominos Pizza, Ralston, Mazda Motors and New York Times bestselling authors including Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford and Tony Robbins. He’s created over 300 web sites and more than 30 products.

Mike’s “Digital Café” studio is located in San Diego, California.

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