BOULDER, Colo., Aug. 30, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ --Â
|Holly Hamann is co-founder of BlogFrog, the industry leader for influencer marketing technology. Hamann is a public speaker, blogger and contributing writer on technology, marketing and parenting.|
|WHAT:||"Engaging With Influencers"|
|In today's digital age, online influencers matter more than ever. The social web allows individual people to have a reach that was previously only available to publishing houses and celebrity journalists. Those who create content on blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms now have the opportunity to develop networks of followers who trust what they say and look to them for advice.|
|How can brands identify and engage with influencers that are receptive to their story? What do these influencers want when it comes to working with brands? In this webinar, Hamann will discuss the results of a survey of 65,000 influencers and answerÂ these key questions.|
|Register Here (Free):|
|WHEN:||Friday, Sept. 7, 2012 11 a.m. â" noon MDT|
|SHARE:Â||#BlogFrog to host webinar on how #brands can engage with #influencers Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/444997988881501440|
|INFO:Â||To arrange an interview with Hamann, please contact Christie Denniston at Catapult PR-IR 303-581-7760, ext. 13 orÂ (email@example.com).|
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