Donato Diorio is a pioneer in the field of Internet research. As software architect and the owner of a top billing placement firm, Donato envisioned applications that could automate many of the most time-consuming research functions performed by his recruiters. With the assistance of a team of developers, Donato created a series of innovative tools that immediately impacted revenue for his firm.

It didn’t take long to realize the potential of these applications beyond the scope of internal use, and in 2001, Broadlook Technologies was born. Today, Broadlook serves 1000’s of clients worldwide including Fortune 100 companies; with applications to aid in staffing, sales, and overall business intelligence initiatives.

Donato’s in depth knowledge and charismatic personality, combined with his high level of enthusiasm, make him a highly sought-after speaker, thought leader, and educator on best practices in sales and recruitment.  Focusing on managing technology and human interaction, Donato’s presentations have been well received by numerous organizations worldwide.  In 2008, Donato was awarded the Recruiting Technology Blog of the year for his blog:   He is the author of the 7 Laws of Internet Research, a contributing author in the upcoming Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0 and enjoys presenting on numerous subjects such a The Art of the Elevator Pitch, Get a YES on the First Call and The Sales Force of the Future.   As a futurist, avid reader and a vocal advocate for developing alternative energy, Donato believes that technology, done right, can solve the problems that face businesses and the world.  Donato resides in Wisconsin with his wife Christina, four children, and his Newfoundland dogs (and company mascot) Captain Archer.

You can learn about me from a few of my favorite places.

inside,at work..the white board

Donato at whiteboard

outside..half dome in yosemite
At the zoo with the crew

Donato & Kids

I never get to sit on my favorite couch!

Captain Janeway and Captain Archer


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