Your business holding an online social media contest could be a great way to increase exposure for your company and brand. Here are 6 ways to make the most of your next contest.
Timothy Carter is the Director of Business Development for the Seattle-based content marketing & social media agency, AudienceBloom.
Prior to this, Timothy was the Digital Marketing Manager for the trade show display exhibit company, Nimlok and also the Director of Search and Social for Smash Hit Displays. As well, he was previously the Social Media Manager for the SEO company, Click2Rank, handling the social voice and social marketing strategy for a half a dozen different companies blending the lines of search and social.
Timothy Carter has a passion to see companies experience tangible results from their social media marketing. 14+ years of experience helping small business, solo-preneurs to Fortune 500 companies, with marketing budgets from bootstrapping levels to deep pockets in both B2B and B2C markets navigate the world of social media marketing, building brand awareness, developing new customers, generating word of mouth marketing & drive revenue.
When Timothy isn’t telling the world about the great work his company does, he’s planning his next trip to Hawaii while drinking some Kona coffee.
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