We are proud to announce that Linqia has appointed Daniel Schotland as Chief Operating Officer. Daniel joins Linqia from TubeMogul, where he led the global ad operations, client service and account management teams. He brings nearly 20 years of experience leading advertising and marketing technology companies to Linqia, which he will leverage to accelerate growth for the company.

As Chief Operating Officer, Daniel is responsible for setting the go-to-market strategy and leading all revenue generating functions for the business, including sales, marketing and customer operations. He will have a strong focus on expanding into new markets while maintaining the company’s high rate of customer satisfaction and repeatability.

“There is a clear opportunity for Linqia to establish the dominant leadership position as the influencer marketing platform that delivers true business value through AI, best-in-class performance, and award winning service. I look forward to leveraging my experience working for high-growth companies to exponentially scale Linqia’s success.”

As Chief Client Officer for TubeMogul, Daniel was responsible for the company’s global ad operations and led the client service and account management teams. He was also an instrumental member of the team that led the company through its IPO and subsequent acquisition by Adobe. Prior to TubeMogul, Daniel spent ten years at Experian CheetahMail, where he served as the VP of Business Development and VP of Client Services. Daniel started his career as a consultant for Deloitte Consulting and holds a BS in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

“Our customers are our lifeline,” said Nader Alizadeh, Co-founder and CEO of Linqia. “The addition of Daniel will help us to continue to deliver unparalleled customer experiences for both brands and influencers. Daniel’s experience in media and measurement will ensure that our customers can maximize the ROI of influencer marketing while tapping into the power of influencer content to drive greater performance from their other digital programs.”