How to capture your attention in such a small glimmer? Let me do my best to give you a few tidbits.


I am a writer, positive vibe producer, a social media butterfly and connector.

I’m a social media strategist and I work with Guy Kawasaki on social media marketing strategy and innovating the world of social media. I’m also the director of digital marketing for Kreussler Inc. covering the online brand management and well as traditional marketing.

I’m thrilled to be wrapping up my first book The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with my amazing co-author Guy Kawasaki. We’re working on the book launch and media for this so stay tuned for that! I’ve contributed to two books, What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us and APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur — How to Publish a Book.

In my spare time, I’m editor-in-chief of 12 Most. 12 Most is a dynamic community of influential, globally-renowned writers & business experts publishing amazing content. I also founded the popular Twitter chat #MyBookClub which featured the brightest authors on social media. I’ve hosted such well-known guests as Jason Falls, Ann Handley, Dave Kerpen and Mari Smith. Working with these amazing authors has helped me grow and learn so much.

I’m a moderator/community manager to multiple Google+ and Facebook communities.

I love sharing my inspirational thoughts and helping others learn social media through my writing. Covering all the major social media platforms, I frequently hear “you’re everywhere!” I’m passionate about life, social media, and inspiring others to be their best. Please say hello!

Thank you for choosing to stop by and read my blog, know that you’re appreciated! If you like what you’ve read, I hope you’ll consider subscribing to my blog for regular updates.


Peg Fitzpatrick


Here are a few places I am very honored to be mentioned:

How marketing legend Guy Kawasaki manages his social media presence

Top 100 Influencers in Social Media by Social Technology Review

The Most Remarkable People on Social Media Today

Seven Marketing Experts and Influencers to Follow in 2013

Alltop Twitterati List

Alltop Pluserati List

Ann Tran’s Top Ten Twitterati Quotes

The Top 35 Connectors on Twitter

45 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Triberr

Margie Clayman’s 50 Favorite Blog Sites

The Problem with Social Media Best of Lists

20 Great People that Taught me the Power of Twitter

12 Most Leaderiffic Women in Social Media

Top Ten Favorite Blog Posts of 2011

100 Favorite Blog Posts of 2011


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Writer & Social media strategist
Co-author of The Art and Science of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with Guy Kawasaki. Social media is my passion. And my job. I'm here sharing my professional experience working day to day in the trenches of social media, marketing, and blogging. I work with global brands and leaders in the social media sphere every day. I've spearheaded successful social-media campaigns for Motorola, Audi, Google, and Virgin as well as having been a brand ambassador for Kimpton Hotels. I work with the best brands and make them even better! I'll share tips and tricks, provide positive inspiration and answer social media questions through the content that I create and curate. What sets me apart? I'm an innovative idea girl that follows through and gets the job done. Social media is my career, not just a hobby.