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About the Author
Brian Honigman is the CEO of Honigman Media, a content marketing consultancy based in Philadelphia. Honigman Media works with established brands and growing start-ups to help them better tell their story and focus their marketing on the right goals and priorities. Through speaking, teaching, corporate training and workshops, coaching, strategy development, and content creation, Brian customizes his expertise in content marketing and social media to best meet the needs and expectations of his clients.
Brian has worked with The Weather Company, UNICEF, Thomson Reuters, NATO, Adknowledge, Amerisleep, SumAll, People magazine, the American Advertising Federation, Entertainment Weekly, Samsung, Sprout Social, Internet Week, Percolate, Wix, Quaero, Gypsy Warrior, and others.
Previously Brian was the digital marketing director at Marc Ecko Enterprises. He oversaw the global social media and SEO strategy for the company's fashion brands and led a team of marketers and copywriters. Prior to Ecko, Brian was the social media manager at LunaMetrics, a digital agency in Pittsburgh, and a writing contractor at Branding Brand, a mobile commerce agency.
Brian is a frequent contributing writer to the Wall Street Journal, Next Web, Forbes, and Entrepreneur. His writing on marketing has been shared over 200,000+ across social media. He is also an adjunct professor in the marketing department at the New York University School of Professional Studies, and a frequent guest lecturer at the School of Visual Arts, Fashion Institute of Technology, Pratt Institute, and other schools.
Brian's been named a "seasoned digital marketing expert" in Forbes and an "SEO expert to follow on Twitter" by Search Engine Watch. Brian has appeared as a recognized source on marketing in the New York Times, Forbes, Adweek, Business Insider, Social Media Examiner, Inc, the Huffington Post.