Bio: Shelly Kramer
Shelly Kramer is the Founder and CEO of V3 Integrated Marketing
. A 20+ year marketing veteran, she's a strategist, brand storyteller, digital marketing pro, content marketing expert, speaker and corporate trainer---and a well-regarded figure in the worlds of tech and social media. Recently recognized by Forbes
as one of the Top 50 Social Media Influencers
, she's half marketer, half geek, with a propensity for numbers, producing results and a dash of quick repartee. Her client experience is diverse and includes working with startups and nonprofits, as well as with Fortune 500 companies and agencies of all sizes, budgets teeny to gigantic, in both B2B and B2C markets. Her blog has been recognized by Forced as one of the Top 20 Best Marketing and Social Media Blogs and by PostRank as one of the Top 100 Most Engaging Social Media Blogs
. You can find her on Twitter at @ShellyKramer
and she's a regular contributor on LinkedIn, too.
Posts by Shelly Kramer:
Young Adults Say Goodbye, Radio; Hello, Internet,
14 Jun 2013 in Customer Behavior& Featured Posts& General Management& Headline& Marketing
As overall Internet usage continues to grow, it’s continuing to eclipse other forms of media—and for young adults, the internet has emerged as the place where they spend the most amount of time compared to any other type of media.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Use LinkedIn Announcements to Generate Leads,
23 Jul 2012 in Content& Customer Relationships& Featured Posts& Headline& Marketing& Marketing Thought Leadership& Marketing Tools& Social Media
With a user base of 160+ million and climbing, LinkedIn is a powerful and robust professional networking tool. In fact, maintaining an updated profile and regularly participating on the site is a great way to land a job, attract new clients, and stay…
Forget Google, Use Twitter Search Instead,
26 Jun 2012 in Customer Behavior& Customer Relationships& Featured Posts& Headline& Market Research& Marketing& Marketing Tools& Strategy and Tactics
I’m a huge Twitter fan. As much as I love The Google, I also really like—and use—Twitter’s built-in search functionality. Twitter in my world represents many great friends, conversation, learning, resources at my fingertips, daily laughs,…
12 Annoying Things About Your Website That Drive People Away,
04 May 2012 in Customer Relationships& Featured Posts& Graphic Design and Packaging& Headline& Marketing& Social Media& Website Development and Design
How many times have you visited a website and ended up sorely disappointed? Or worse, annoyed as all get out? For me, the answer is an easy one: a lot!
So, I put together a list of the 12 things that annoy me the most about websites. Maybe you’l…