Innovator, investor, internet marketing guru and entrepreneur, Peter Zmijewski is the founder and CEO at KeywordSpy. While studying Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, he wrote his first software application called Hot Chilli. Hot Chilli had a special feature which added special effects into web pages even before FLASH was introduced in the market. This application became a huge success at that time, and was one of its kind in the IT industry and was sold to 50 different countries around the world.
Peter Zmijewski is acknowledged to have a foresight and a sense for business and marketing, and using what he sensed was the next big thing in the market, he set his eyes on the upcoming domain industry, resulting in the formation of his new company Internic in 1997.
After the launch of Internic, in less than a year, the company became the second largest domain registrar in the world directly behind Network Solutions, which was even larger than GoDaddy. His company single-handedly managed to process over 5,000,000 domain names, thus, making history in the domain industry.
Later he founded a hosting company called Domainhost. This company grew rapidly to over 40,000 hosting sites in just two years, creating a new milestone in Peter’s career. Peter moved the company to a prestigious office in downtown Chicago and later built a state of the art datacenter.
With deep knowledge and a thorough understanding of the rules of the internet marketing industry, Peter Zmijewski taught several young minds the art of becoming successful internet entrepreneurs. Impressed with his tactics and his way of teaching, his students tagged him as the “Internet Marketing Guru” and today his name is added to the list of Famous Internet Marketing Gurus the internet has ever seen.