Recently, I interviewed three subject matter experts to get their digital audio insight on "Social Media Trends 2014."
Chris Bradshaw is principal at BOOMbox Network, Chanelle Yarber is managing consultant of BrightGirl Media and James Loomstein is CEO and founder for Digital Space Consulting.
This blog post follows my successful digital audio "Social Media Trends 2013" series that included counsel from SMEs in Dallas and Memphis. I'm already working on the next blog post in the series, specializing in tried and true social media strategies for nonprofits. Do you have solid results that worked for your nonprofit? Contact me at
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Happy New Year! | ¡Feliz Año Nuevo!
Regina L. Burns
Chris Bradshaw is co-founder and principal at BOOMbox Network, touted as the first social marketing agency specializing in outreach and access to the online Baby Boomer.
Bradshaw's speciality is defining the opportunity that always comes with change - whether driven by disruptive technology or consumer behavior. She is a proven leader in guiding companies and teams from concept to creation.
Chanelle Yarber is managing consultant for BrightGirl Media, a Dallas, Texas-based digital media firm specializing in social media marketing and video production for entrepreneurs and medium-sized enterprises.
The firm uses inbound marketing strategies incorporating Google+, LinkedIn, search engine optimization, e-newsletters and blogs as well as YouTube and commercial video production.
James Loomstein is CEO and founder of Digital Space Consulting. a Dallas, Texas based digital strategy agency with more than 10 years of digital marketing experience.
The agency specializes in digital marketing, digital messaging, website design, social media management, video, web analytics, and web content management.
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