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Interview: How Chris Brogan, New York Times Best Selling Author, Built His Community

Are you struggling at being well-known as an authority in what you do? Well I believe we all do. I know I do. It’s not easy, but you can start to gain traction at building a real audience when listening to people that have already accomplished what you want to accomplish. Today I am interviewing a person that has done this, and done this very well.

Chris Brogan is the leading authority in the world of social media and human business. Chris is a success story of someone who built a loyal following and applied this to driving his business initiatives. He is a New York Times Best Selling author of books like The Impact Equation and Trust Agents (cowritten with Julien Smith), Social Media 101, and Google Plus for Business.

He is Publisher of OwnerMag.com, a digital magazine dedicated to covering the business curriculum for your future. He is a sought-after speaker who addressed crowds of thousands, been on the Dr. Phil show, and once presented to a princess. Chris has consulted with companies you know like Disney, Microsoft, Coke, Titleist, Pepsico, Google, Motorola, and many others. You can read more about Chris by clicking here.

About Author

I believe you need to pour all your passion into something that you truly believe in. You become better at it. Branding, digital marketing and technology is to me what a cabinet is to a carpenter. There are many aspects of it that need to be carefully planned, measured, created and combined in order to get the finished product you want. You live for the end result. You treat your work as a craft, and not a job.

2 Comments

  • OfficeHounds, Virtual Assistan
    March 2, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Love that. ‘I’m a gateway drug to your brain.’

    Reply
    • Jason Verdelli
      March 2, 2014 at 7:49 pm

      I agree. When you look at it like that social media marketing becomes a bit less chaotic. Glad you enjoyed the interview.

      Reply

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