It has been a few weeks (aham, months?) since last episode, but we are now back with a bang.
Today I have Ms. Wendy Ables from Constructive Communication, Inc., and we will talk about understanding social media in the built environment.
Wendy Ables is an expert in PR and social media. As a Marketing & Social Media Manager for Constructive Communication, Inc., Wendy specializes in creating and implementing strategic marketing and social media campaigns for clients.
With a background in the development and construction industry, she understands the challenges of today and is capable of providing solid solutions to drive marketing and social media efforts. Her degree in marketing is backed-with a decade of hands-on sales experience, ensuring marketing strategy is integrated to create profitable sales programs.
Wendy is an active member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), Columbus Chapter, where she has held co-chair and chair positions for the membership committee. She holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Franklin University.
Press the “play” button on top of this post to listen to my conversation with Wendy on social media in construction.
We won the Be2Awards!
Once again, for the second year in a row, the Construction Industry Podcast has won the Be2Award for “Best AEC Social Media Blog.” Thank you so much for voting! This is a very prestigious award and apparently the Construction Industry Podcast has won by a landslide.
I really appreciate you listening to the show and taking the time to help with winning that award.
For more information visit be2awards.com.
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- Constructive Communicastions Website: www.constructivecommunication.
- Twitter: http://twitter.com/CCIUpdate
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/
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- Blog: http://www.
- Wendy Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wendyables
- Case study: Doka: https://www.facebook.com/
- Case study: Madison Concrete: https://twitter.com/