When I was recently asked to join SmartBrief on Social Media‘s advisory board, I had no idea how many big names were going to come along for the ride as well. I feel truly humbled to be in the company of folks like Ogilvy Worlwide’s John Bell, Connie Bensen, Guy Kawasaki, Geno Church, Ann Handley, Shel Israel, John Moore and Valeria Maltoni – to name a few. With such an impressive team of advisors, I am pretty sure that SmartBrief’s foray into the world of Social Media intelligence will be pretty solid.
From SmartBrief‘s blog:
To keep stride with social media as it races ahead, SmartBrief has assembled an impressive list of social media thought leaders and practitioners as advisers and contributors to the daily SmartBrief on Social Media newsletter, accompanying blog and @SBoSM on Twitter.
In case you aren’t yet familiar with SmartBrief, the group provides must-read news and intelligence in 20 key industries to over 1.5 million thought leaders and high potential professionals. (That’s you, by the way.) Subscriptions are basically free, thanks to partnerships with 70 leading trade associations and professional societies. Find out more here. It’s pretty cool stuff.
The full list of advisors (with brief bios) is here. (Or you can just browse the list below.)
John Bell – Ogilvy PR Worldwide
Connie Bensen – Techrigy
Olivier Blanchard – BrandBuilder Marketing
Paul Chaney – Bizzuka, Inc.
Geno Church – Brains on Fire
Todd Defren – Shift Communications
Lindy Dreyer – SocialFish
Ann Handley – MarketingProfs
Shel Israel – Global Neighbourhoods
John Jantsch – Duct Tape Marketing
Mitch Joel – Twist Image
Stacey Kane – California Tortilla
Beth Kanter, Beth’s Blog
Guy Kawasaki – Alltop
Geoff Livingston – Livingston Communications
Valeria Maltoni – Conversation Agent
Drew McLellan – McLellan Marketing Group
Stephanie Miller – Return Path
John Moore – Brand Autopsy
Steve Radick – Booz Allen Hamilton
Andy Sernovitz – Gaspedal
Shiv Singh – Razorfish
Debbie Weil – BlogWriteForCEOs and WordBiz.com, Inc.
Morgan Witt – Red Door Interactive
Good times ahead. 😉