Next Twitterview installment with David Karnstedt, Adobe VP & GM of Advertising, former CEO of Efficient Frontier

Only two weeks to go before the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit kicks off in Salt Lake City! We’re stoked and to help get you ready we’re hosting our third Twitterview this Thursday (details below). Our special guest will be former Efficient Frontier President and CEO David Karnstedt, who’s now heading up Adobe’s online advertising initiatives as the VP and general manager of Advertising Solutions within our Digital Marketing Business.

Adobe’s acquisition of Efficient Frontier was completed in January and both sides have come together to help marketers better plan, execute, measure and optimize online campaigns across search, social and display to maximize their return on ad spend. More will be discussed at Summit around integration plans and the product road map, but don’t miss David’s Twitterview to hear about what Efficient Frontier brings to Adobe and gain some industry insights.

Where?
Twitter – Follow Efficient Frontier and use the hashtag #AdobeSummitQA to ask your questions and follow the conversation.

When?
Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. PT

How?
Any Twitter client will work, or simply go to Twitter.com and run a search for #AdobeSummitQA to take part in the interview.

If you’re not registered for Summit yet, it’s not too late (click here). Hope to see you in Utah!

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