Social media divas Jan 12
Social media divas – these are the most influential women on social media channels. They are thought leaders, classy, beautiful in their own way and worth following online.
Mari Smith: She is the author of “Facebook Marketing: An Hour a Day” and “The New Relationship Marketing”. This Scottish-Canadian lady is a passionate social media speaker and is known as the Queen of Facebook. Her website is the best place, where you can spot her entire social media activities, including blogging.
Tamar Weinberg: She is the author of The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web, a popular social media blog, Techipedia, product manager and global ad sales manager of Mashable, community manager at Namecheap, and founder of iOS community Appsylum. Apart from working for these companies, she is a popular digital marketing consultant.
Ann Handley: She is the chief Content manager at MarketingProfs and plays a prominent role behind it’s success. Ann was also featured at the #1 rank among women in a social media influentialists’ list.
Liz Strauss: She is the founder of SOBCon. For amazing social media information and content, you must follow her blog. She has been recognized with titles like one of the Top 100 Most influential Marketers of 2008 and Top 100 Social Media & Internet Marketing Bloggers.
Maria Reyes McDavis: She is the author of a popular 2.0 technologies blog, web Success Diva. Her blog is popular for SEO tips, and social media. She is one of the 50 most powerful and influential women in Social Media sphere. Her fans consider her as one of the most precious female brands.
Michelle MacPhearson: She is popularly called “Queen of Social Media”, but her Facebook profile says she would much rather be called “Princess of Cats”. She is the owner of Revolution Tilt and runs the popular blog “Michelle’s Marketing Blog“.
Amy Clark: She is the inspiration and the main driving force behind Momadvice.com. She has been a spokesperson for the Minute Maid, Glade, Cascade, Cheer, Walmart and is currently the home management “genius” for Kenmore. Amy is currently busy writing her first book.
And the list goes on……
On social media, women are giving men tough competition to be on top. Can SM change the skewed social graph back to balance? Let us wait and watch.
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