Aaron D. Gross, Technology & Online Search Expert
Aaron has a lifelong relationship with computers, using punchcards almost as soon as he was out of diapers in the 1960’s and the love affair continues to the present.
His ability to translate difficult technical concepts into easy-to-understand written or spoken words was honed as a head teaching assistant for computer programming courses at Columbia University, designing cutting-edge database and search applications for art historians at the J. Paul Getty Museum, as a director of information systems in the corporate world of temporary agencies and healthcare, and his immersion since 1994 in internet and search technology since the infancy of the web.
He has built thousands of websites and understands the code and technology intimately. His specialty is natural search engine ranking, analyzing the reasons why search engines display the results they do.
Aaron has been published in scholarly journals on search technology and has hosted a broadcast radio show segment on internet technology.
If it’s online, Aaron can find it.