Our Mission: Use Big Data
Our goal is to use Big Data to solve business, government and customer marketing challenges.
Data-Clear helps clients build their data. To do this we focus on executing successful marketing solutions that meets the customer’s needs.
Our clients are our business partners. We help resolve, facilitate and establish processes to ensure seamless transparency and successful communication outreach.
At Data-Clear We Work To:
- Entrust and partner with you the customer
- Ensure seamless transparency
- Listen closely
- Successfully resolve your daily data challenges
- We write and edit persuasive content to a micro-targeted audience identified by our client
- We craft and test outbound content
- We are experts at reaching your target audience using tactics to identify, profile and model your audience correctly
The results are significant: the customer’s digital communication outreach is successful and their e-commerce capacity grows larger and stronger.
We provide a higher level of personalize services, faster customer support and quality technical expertise to our clients. Our pricing is better than our competition.
Leadership: Carolyn Carlson, Owner and Founder of Data-Clear
Carolyn Carlson is President of Data-Clear, founded in 2010, providing online communications and data solutions to non-profits, corporations and a diverse array of clients.
She’s helped to facilitate, harvest and grow marketing, and to grow ROI data management solutions by more than 20%.
Carolyn specializes in identifying hard to find data segments and building strong quality e-commerce audiences. She’s written and edited persuasion content to boost response and active engagement.
Previously, Carolyn served as a senior role at Advocacy in Washington, D.C. For ten years, she has managed the political action committees (PACs) and grassroots efforts at EDS Corp. and Abbott Laboratories, and was Director of the National Automobile Dealers Association. Carolyn served as communications coordinator at CACI in Arlington.
Carolyn serves on the board of Federal Allies Institute, a national bipartisan economic development association dedicated to small business and federal acquisition best practices.
Honors and recognition include receiving the 1999 Women in Government Relations Distinguished Member Award, selection as a 2011 Honored Citizen by Arlington County Public Schools, and membership in the Leadership Arlington Signature Class of 2015. Carolyn earned her B.A. at Occidental College in Los Angeles. She and her husband David have two daughters.