- Centenary College of New JerseyCommunications, 2007 - 2010
- 360iDigital Strategist, 2013 - present
- [wire] stoneSocial Strategist, 2013 - 2013
- EpsilonSenior Engagement Specialist, 2010 - 2012
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Google Acquires Social Marketer Wildfire | TechCrunch
Google has just bought social marketing software developer Wildfire, which lets brands serve marketing and ad campaigns on Facebook, Google+
Looking back at a #DayInTheLife - IFB - Independent Fashion Bloggers
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Marketers have long assumed content shared by friends or other influencers carries more weight than paid placements. Now GE has some proof.
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Digital and social media is the new black for marketers to convince investors they can stay out of the red. But investors aren't always buyi