Tom Ruwitch

President & CEO at MarketVolt

About Tom

Tom Ruwitch has nearly 20 years’ experience helping businesses and individuals thrive using innovative, interactive marketing. He is the founder and president of MarketVolt, a marketing firm that is best known for its powerful, easy-to-use email marketing software. MarketVolt helps businesses implement powerful technology and bright ideas to attract leads, engage prospects, close sales, and maximize retention and referrals.

Tom has helped to establish MarketVolt as one of the midwest’s leading interactive technology and marketing firms. He serves as the company’s lead consultant for clients who seek web site, email, social media, and other marketing guidance. Tom is an experienced web developer, copy-writer, and direct response marketer. He is especially adept at helping businesses coordinate their online and offline marketing efforts. He has experience designing and executing marketing campaigns for small business startups and publicly traded companies.

Prior to founding MarketVolt, Tom co-founded and led content development at SportsHuddle.com, a leading provider of online sports content and stats-tracking software for media companies. From 2000 until he founded SportsHuddle in 2009, Tom worked as a journalist – first as a newspaper reporter and later as an online editor. He worked for three years at St. Louis Post-Dispatch where he helped develop the newspaper’s website and online communities. As Youth Editor at the Post-Dispatch, he managed the creation of online content for young audiences and coordinated marketing efforts — for print and online — to attract young readers.

Tom is a speaker and consultant who appears regularly as a featured presenter at business expos and other events. He writes a monthly marketing column for a business journal in St. Louis, and he is a guest blogger on marketing topics for many online publications.

My Sessions

Panel Session – How Not to Be Obsolete: Everyday Social & Digital Strategies for Everyday Businesses

Centro Room

Description: Eight seconds. That’s all you have to capture the attention of the average American. So says Microsoft Corp. How can you manage with so many others, including big corporations with big budgets, clamoring for your customers’ attention? Like it or not, digital marketing has become vital to business success. Word of mouth no longer […]

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