November Linking Winston Salem Presents: Nicole Naviglia – Influencing the Influencers

On November 11, 2014 Linking Winston Salem will bring Nicole Naviglia of Shake Insights.  Nicole’s presentation will be on Influencing the Influencers –

They say you’re nobody if someone isn’t talking about you. So how do you get bloggers to share your brand or product story with their readers? It’s not all about paying for posts and dime-a-dozen reviews! We’ll explore three key strategies that will help make you authentically share-worthy among bloggers, no matter your social media budget!  Here are three how-to-hints (all will be revealed on November 11th!)

  1. KISS
  2. HYPEr-relevancy
  3. Give to get

Winter Pic Nicole GreenNicole Naviglia is a researcher, marketer, and writer with over 16 years of experience.  For nearly 12 years, Nicole was a strategic brand planner for Mullen Advertising where she lead consumer insights and marketing efforts for brands such as TJ Maxx, Tresemme, Nestlé, Playskool, Kumon, and PBS.  Until April of 2014, Nicole served as vice president, Director of Consumer Engagement for Carson-Dellosa Publishing, where she helped launch the company’s first major consumer marketing, social media and public relations programs.  This spring Nicole started her own marketing and insights firm, Shake.  Learn more at http://www.shakeinsights.com 

RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/663816683732422/

BB&T Ballpark in Winston Salem, lunch is $15.00 all inclusive!

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