Author, speaker, marketing strategist, Web pioneer
Debbie Weil is an international speaker, author, veteran blogger, marketing strategist and Web pioneer. She was named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company and a DC Top 100 Tech Titan by Washingtonian.
For the past 10 years her company, WordBiz.com, Inc., has worked with a range of clients from GlaxoSmithKline and HP to the American Camp Association and the Maryland Association of CPAs. Her focus has been content and social media marketing and, specifically, how to launch a successful corporate blog.
She recently founded Voxie Media to focus on e-books and entrepreneurial publishing for business authors. Voxie is a boutique publishing imprint for business leaders and content creators with kick-ass ideas. Voxie also provides consulting to navigate the new world of self-publishing. Click here to learn more about Voxie Media.
As a speaker, she has inspired, informed and entertained executives and marketers throughout the U.S., Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and China. Her keynotes and workshops are praised for being clear and provocative. Her trademark style is energetic and informal [links to video].
Her topics are the why and how of content marketing and self-publishing as well as a broader look at the intersection of business, innovation and entrepreneurship.
She has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times , the Washington Post, Fortune, BusinessWeek, CNN.com, The Guardian and numerous other publications.
Debbie has a unique background as a former journalist with corporate marketing experience. She holds an MBA degree from Georgetown University, a Masters in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin and is a graduate of Harvard with a degree in English.
Download Why Your Blog Is Your Social Media Hub. At last, the free ebook that accompanies the updated edition of The Corporate Blogging Book. Please share this ebook as you wish. I encourage you to post the PDF to your blog, link to it on Twitter, etc. You are free to use the cover image, above, and link to the download page: http://debbieweil.com/books/free-ebooks
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