You name the conference, there's a good chance that Sid Hassim has covered it. Sid is a blogger, a social media strategist and a community manager. He's also one of the most authentic people I've ever had a chance to meet and one of the most fun guests the podcast has had to-date.
Get to know Sid as he discusses social trends, what it means to be a disruptor, tells us a bit more about SMUN (Social Media United Nations) and how we met at Social Media Week in New York City last year (just in time for THIS year's events).
The world of career services, recruiting and personal branding is a tricky one. No one knows that better than Mark Babbitt, CEO of YouTern. His journey to the role of CEO hasn't been an easy one and it's a story worth hearing.
We also debate the stigma around the term "personal branding".
Get to know Mark as he shares the origins of YouTern, great tips for building your personal brand and talks about the power of authenticity.
Listeners will have an opportunity to win a copy of his and Ted Coine's book "A World Gone Social". How? Simple - listen to the podcast and you'll find out! Also, I make an announcement about an additional Why I Social project coming to a (video) channel near you! As always, share YOUR thoughts on the latest episode using #WhyISocial.
Note: Contest winner will be selected 7 days after the release of the podcast.
Hailing from the Windy City, Sarah Nagel (Sprout_Sarah) is a Social Marketing Specialist at Sprout Social. She is also the creator and host of #SproutChat which takes place every Wednesday at 2 p.m. CST.
Get to know Sarah as we talk all things Sprout life in Chicago and discusses the art that is the handwritten note.
From Okinawa to Fort Worth, Christin Kardos offers years of experience in the social media and human resources world. She currently serves as Director of Social Media at Bay Leaf Digital. She was recently featured in a segment of the #AskGaryVee show.
Get to know Christin as we talk Community Manager Appreciation Day, the challenges of changing countries, collaboration and Gary Vaynerchuk.