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06/08/17

3 social media strategies to make the most of every conference

One of my early clients when I started doing social media consulting was a lawyer in Phoenix who concentrated on helping businesses work through mergers and acquisitions.

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06/01/17

3 fears stopping you from embracing personal branding (and how to get over them)

During my social media training sessions, I like to spend a little bit of time talking about personal branding. “What does personal branding mean to you?” I ask my audience. “Anyone?” … Crickets.

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05/25/17

Sun Prairie business excels through real-life social media

A local company is tackling its own brand awareness problem with a very bright and creative solution.

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04/03/17

1 social media number no one is talking about

Top-of-mind. What a powerful yet often forgotten term in the online realm.

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02/28/17

Do social media the Walt Disney way — How to “plus it”

Mickey Mouse is the reason you’re not using social media the way you should. Really.

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Spencer Smith is the founder of spencerXsmith.com and co-founder of AmpliPhi, a Madison, WI-based digital marketing agency. He’s an instructor at the University of Wisconsin and adjunct faculty at Rutgers University, where he teaches classes on Social Media Strategy.

He’s been called a "Digital Marketing Expert" by Forbes and was the winner of the 2016 In Business magazine Executive Choice Award for Social Media Consulting Company. Spencer speaks at an average of 60 conferences and events per year and only teaches what he has first proven to work himself with his own business.

He has been featured and quoted in Money magazine, Entrepreneur, Inc. magazine, Costco Connection, and dozens of other publications. He also writes columns for IBMadison.com, The Huffington Post, The American Bar Association, and Law Journal Newsletters.

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