The webinar will be incredibly valuable, and not just because I’ll be hosting. Our two panelists are some of the smartest people in social, and have a wealth of knowledge to share.
Ron Schott: Simply Measured’s Director of Professional Services
Ron is the Director of Professional Services at Simply Measured. His agency background and experience working with some of the largest brands in the world has made him an expert at integrating social media with broader marketing plans and campaigns.
On a personal note, Ron has the meanest sweater game I’ve ever seen.
Kristin is Simply Measured’s Enterprise Client Partner. Her experience working with our enterprise clients to develop, measure, and understand their social strategy is what makes her such a valuable part of their social programs. She has a deep understanding of best practices when it comes to social analytics, and an ability to educate her clients on the tactics that will make them successful.
Kristin is a UW alum, and Ron is a WSU alum, so I’ll see what I can do to keep them from spending the entire webinar arguing about Sunday’s basketball game.
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