Whether real world neighbors or relationships built on digital interactions, especially on social media its our friends who make these channels, well, social.
That’s why I suggest you get to know James A. Gardner: he’s a marketer’s marketer who shares genuine, useful views of what he’s up to – and he’ll welcome your ideas. James is also an arctic adventure paddler, and though you’ll find little of this online today, stay tuned as I believe some coverage is soon to emerge.
James is showing up in a lot of places this month:
- James has a great take on Forrester’s Megan Burns describing the way a customer obsessed Delta Airlines innovated its business model around the one thing they learned mattered most to their best customers.
- And he hosts a formitable library of digital advertising at Adverlicious.
- On Twitter you’ll find him tweeting choice nuggests from Acquia’s Engage conference and the roll out of its Content Hub, and thoughts on our recent experience of being stranded together in Chicago’s Ohare Airport for 28 hours.
People come to James because he’s a credible source.
He’s been the guy on the front line, as a former VP of Marketng for an emerging tech company, and on tours of duty with McKinsey and Prctor & Gamble. He’s run major accounts for a digital agency, and positions my firm’s clients for success working with Connective DX.
Smart, genuine and friendly are good attributes in any medium.
I have the advantage of sharing a workspace with James, you can get the benefit of his insights and input via Twitter, LinkedIn, or scheduling an agency visit at our offices in Boston or Portland.