Tag Archives: The Socializers

Make sure to stay connected in a disconnected world. 6 things to keep in mind while using social technologies!

This post was inspired by a lady who reached out to us today all the way from New York. She send a message to share her thoughs and summed up what Peopleizers stands for to her. This is what she said: “…technology and people have crossed and these changing dynamics are exponential. We can forget […]

Video: From WALL Street to LOVE Street keynote in Istanbul (Dec 7-8, 2011)

This is the video of our presentation at the “Hello I love you” ¬†Marketing Summit in Istanbul. Watch it and learn how to get your social media engagement started. This is a step-by-step approach with practical information based on our experience with clients from different industries.  

Hello I love you conference

From WALL Street to LOVE Street – How to become a brand among friends

We have had the honour to be part of the “Hello I love you” conference in Istanbul (Dec 7-8, 2011) along with Guy Kawasaki, Gary Vaynerchuk and many other great minds of the new marketing space. Special thanks to Peter Economidis for guiding through the conference. And congratulations to the whole team for an amazing […]

Webit 2011: The Sweet Spot – Why it takes technology AND people to succeed in the social web

It was a big pleasure and an even greater honour to speak at the Webit Expo 2011 in Sofia (Bulgaria) along with Nathaniel Hansen – the CEO of The Socializers. If you`re interested in understanding the new way of marketing/PR and social business in general – we highly recommend to watch this video. We`re happy […]

The Sweet Spot: Why it takes technology AND people to succeed in the social web

Latest presentation of Peopleizers and The Socializers at the Webit Expo in Sofia. It has been an honour to be there and speak along with amazing people of the digital industry in Europe. Many thanks and congratulations to Plamen Russev and his team for putting this together. Great job! The Sweet Spot View more presentations […]

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