How can I capture your attention in such a small glimmer? Let me do my best to give you a few tidbits of my social media experience.
I am a professional social media speaker and writer. I’ve built an engaged following on social media of over 1,500,000 followers across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube.
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 as well as traditional marketing. I’m a sought-after speaker and have presented at Hubspot’s INBOUND conference, BlogHer, BlogHer Pro, Social Media Examiner’s Social Media Marketing World as well as a keynote at SXSW with Guy Kawasaki aptly named The Art of Social Media.
If you’re interested in having me speak at your event, please send me an email for my speaker fees and travel requirements. I’d be happy to send you my one-sheet and discuss your conference.
TOPICS: Author | Communications | Creativity | Digital Media | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Media | Social Media | Technology
- The Art of Social Media Power Tips for Power Users
- How to Use Visual Marketing to Leave Your Competition in the Dust
- DIY Design: How to Create Fantastic Visual Marketing on a Budget
- Instagram 101: 7 Key Steps to Instagram Success
- How to Use Instagram for Business
- How to Market Your Book with Social Media
- How to Build a Social Media Presence
- How to Market on Social Media like a Global Brand
- How to Build Your Brand with Social Media
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. My presentations and speeches provide value and education based on my real-world experience on all sides of the social media industry. Let my experience teach your team or conference attendees.
I’m a social media trainer with popular webinars created in partnership with Hubspot, Marketo, Sprout Social, and more. I focus on social media, how to be a successful entrepreneur, and blogging topics.
I’d love to speak at your event, please send me an email and hopefully, we can make that happen!
If you’re a brand looking to partner with me, please send me a message on my contact form below.
I welcome brands looking to connect or journalists looking for interviews but I don’t answer consulting questions via email. I also don’t accept guest posts, sponsored posts or requests for reviews.
I’m not currently accepting clients which is why you don’t see any services listed on my website.
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!
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