Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

South Bay Social #8: Make Your Content Work For You

This week on South Bay Social, we’re diving into making your content WORK FOR YOU (http://www.duchesnecommunications.com/commcorner/content-as-an-intellectual-property-machine) and WHERE AND WHEN you should be sharing your content. We’re 3/4 of the way through this series on content (find the other first two episodes here (http://whatupsiliconvalley.com/southbaysocial6/) and here (http://whatupsiliconvalley.com/southbaysocial7/) When you create content with bigger projects in…

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#5: Meditate to Marketing with Handstands’ Charley Johnson

As Senior Vice President of Handstands Promo, Charley Johnson refuses to sink into the stereotypical role, when asked what his goals are for the company, he answered “enlightenment”. Johnson has been in the marketing scene for several years now, but to him, nothing has defined his success as well as his discovery of transcendental meditation.…

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“South Bay Social Ep. 7” | Content Creation: Art + Apps

Last month we talked thought leadership. This month, we’re talking about TAKING ACTION and CREATING THE CONTENT you need to have to throw behind your weight as a thought leader. This week we’re talking about content as an art form and giving you some tools you can put into action making that content real. Want to know a South…

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#4: Bring Your Marketing Vision to Life w/ Patrick Llewellyn (CEO of 99Designs)

A platform which started from design contests among freelancers, 99Designs is now a global company working in 150 countries. CEO Patrick Llewellyn has expanded the start up from its beginnings in Melbourne, Australia, making 99Designs the largest marketplace for design. With clients such as DraftKings and Jagermeister, Llewllyn has created a multimillion dollar company and…

Brand Hero #2: Bill Petrie: Content Marketing – Consistency is KING.

Bill Petrie is the President of PromoCorner; the leading digital marketing service provider for the SWAG industry. Lessons – Be Consistent with your content – Be Authentically you and what you do – Do something for 10 times then evaluate – Blogging: Have at least 5 posts ready before you start – Ask hard questions SWAG…