Corporate Blogging Book

Corporate Blogs Readers often ask for examples of the best corporate blogs. Here is a great list of corporate blogs that are effective in executing an effective corporate blogging strategy.

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Meet the beast:

Douglas Karr

http://www.dknewmedia.com CEO and Founder of DK New Media and Founder of the Marketing Technology Blog, Doug has helped hundreds of companies realize their blogging potential.

Meet the beauty:

Chantelle Flannery

http://www.hertakeonmarketing.com Social Media Consultant and Marketer Extraordinaire, Chantelle assists companies leverage blogging and social media for improved business results.

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  • Caribbean Cove Hotel & Conference Center, Indianapolis, IN 46268 INdiana Small Business Connection

    Mar 24

    Douglas will be speaking at the INdiana Small Business Connection, an event dedicated to serving Small Businesses in Indiana. He’ll be speaking on content, search and social marketing strategies.

  • Manchester Grand Hyatt​​​, San Diego, CA 92101​​​​ Social Media Marketing World 2015

    Mar 25

    Douglas will be speaking on Influencer Marketing at Social Media Marketing World.


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    Mar 18

    If there were another colleague in the world that matched my excitement for marketing technology, it's Scott Brinker. I'm ecstatic to do this interview and help promote the amazing conference that Scott has launched - MarTech. Get your tickets now - it's coming up fast on March 31st. Scott has been an entrepreneur at the intersection of marketing and technology for some time. Before ion, Scott and his team ran a successful web development agency, which among other things built most of the web marketing infrastructure for Citrix. Previously he ran a web technology consultancy that built early web apps for CBS Sportsline, Tribune, the Miami Dolphins, and Fujitsu. And he started my career as a teenager, developing BBS software and dial-up multi-player games before the birth of the web. Scott graduated from Columbia University with a BS in computer science. He went on to get an MBA from MIT and an master’s degree in computer science from Harvard University.