Rachel Blatt Global Content Manager, Wolff Olins @ThatBlatt Rachel Blatt is the global content manager at brand consultancy Wolff Olins where she develops and executes web, blog, and social media strategies for clients like USA TODAY, the Smithsonian Institution, Univision, and Windows 8. Rachel frequently manages client conversations on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and LinkedIn.
Geoffrey Colon Vice President of Digital Influence, Ogilvy @djgeoffe Geoffrey Colon is vice president of digital influence at Ogilvy, where he creates and executes tactical social strategies for business divisions within IBM across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Tumblr, and Google+. Prior to this, he was supervisor of digital communities at 360i, where he ran content strategy for Coca-Cola, Lysol, Kraft, and National Car Rental. He was also a senior account strategist at Bond Strategy and Influence, where he established and operated communities for WWE, The Food Network, Netflix, USA Network, A&E, History, HGTV, and Invisalign. Geoffrey spent four years as head of his own consulting company, Frenzy Multi-Marketing, where clients included Red Bull Energy Drink, Glaceau Smartwater, Diadora Sneakers, KOCH Entertainment, UBL Entertainment, and RCA Records.
Jonathan Espinosa Social Media Marketing Specialist, Inside Network Jonathan Espinosa is Inside Network’s social media marketing specialist. He is also the main contributor to the Facebook Marketing Bible, the leading resource for marketing, advertising, and developer strategies on Facebook. He writes various articles on the multi-facets of a Facebook marketing strategy including advertising, insights, and page management.
Doug Levy Author, Can't Buy Me Like Doug Levy is co-author of Can’t Buy Me Like: How Authentic Customer Connections Drive Superior Results, published by Penguin in March 2013. He is also founder and CEO of MEplusYOU, a leading strategic and creative agency. Doug believes that businesses can outperform their competitors by building more authentic customer relationships. He sees marketing as a powerful but largely untapped force, undermined by the prevalent orientation of persuasion. Doug and his agency’s client portfolio span many industries and include Procter & Gamble, The Coca-Cola Company, Pizza Hut, Louisville Slugger, Dannon, and Sallie Mae.