A coach and consultant for businesses looking to strengthen their presences on social media, she’s lectured at schools and spoken at events such as South by Southwest (SXSW) and Social Media Marketing World (SMMW).
He started his digital agency as a home business and, in five years, evolved it into a staffed marketing firm that has a collection of partners with annual revenues of at least £1 million.
The managing director of Midas Media, Ed Leake has a clear goal when working with these companies: Ensuring they too see rapid growth.
After more than 14 years in international education, Keri Jaehnig took her passions for communication and relationship building to the digital sphere.
The CMO and founder of Idea Girl Media in Ohio, she’s launched social media campaigns ranging from local to international levels. While Business Insider has quoted her, Forbes and Search Engine People feature her work.
As brands and companies turn to social media to engage prospects while differentiating themselves, many marketers pick up Socialized!
Some call Mark Fidelman’s guide the “playbook” for social business.
Search for “Marketing Technology” and Douglas Karr’s blog will likely be the first Google result.
Writing about online marketing services and strategies since 1999, he used his expertise to write Corporate Blogging for Dummies – a 400-page instructional book – 11 years later. It covers everything from choosing a platform to the legalities of publishing original content.
It’s a claim almost every digital marketer wishes they could make: Writing the book on how to integrate SEO, social media and content marketing strategies.
After Optimize was published in 2012, Lee Odden can say he was first to the finish.
Between running a marketing firm, giving speeches and delivering workshops, Michael Brenner still finds time to answer questions and give advice about the content marketing craft.
Before founding the Marketing Insider Group in 2015, he was software company SAP’s first head of content marketing and built an award-winning program that continues today.
A quick browse through your Twitter feed will show that people don’t always flock to companies for information about their products and services. Instead, they’re seeking influencers – popular, personable and independent content creators who aren’t afraid to share opinions on social media.
And the statistics paint a clear picture why.
Keyhole, a social media analytics software, today released its 2015 Top 1000 Social Media Marketing Influencers on Instagram & Twitter.
McDonald’s has almost 70 million followers across all countries, regions, and platforms, 7,748 brand posts in 30 days, an active audience of 1.4 million, and 104.8 million impressions on Social Media.
How do you manage this?