We do Amazon right.
With more than a decade of Amazon experience, content26 manages the Amazon advertising and content of many of the world’s most recognizable brands.
We create Amazon content that showcases your products and is optimized for search, and we use our knowledge of Amazon Advertising to boost product discoverability.
If you shop online, you’ve probably seen our work. You’ll find content26 product pages on all leading online marketplaces, including Amazon, Walmart, Staples, and Target.
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FOUNDING PARTNER | CEO
Tony has spent the past decade expanding and developing comprehensive content merchandising solutions for manufacturers and retailers. He is a driven entrepreneurial thinker with executive management experience and business development expertise. He has a record of successfully growing revenue while captaining core strategies, developing new services, and expanding critical functions in the ecommerce content industry. Tony is a Whitman College graduate with a background in linguistics, logistics/statistics, and financial analysis.
FOUNDING PARTNER | PRESIDENT
Mark has over 15 years of experience in online content development and management. As a founding partner of content26, he has been responsible for the company’s strategic partnerships and has overseen the development of services and processes since the company’s inception. He has spoken widely at industry events, including the Cleveland Research Company Ecommerce Forum, My Digital Shelf Online and Digital Grocery Summit, and Gilbane Digital Content Conference. He is a University of Washington Center for Sales and Marketing Strategy's Executive Advisory Board member and lives in the Seattle area with his family.
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Content26 employees regularly volunteer for worthy causes around Seattle.
Recent volunteering events include sorting food at Northwest Harvest Cherry Street Food Bank; mulching and removing invasive species at Discovery Parks with EarthCorps; gardening at the Danny Woo Community Garden; and sorting and tagging clothes at Treehouse.