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Nick Westergaard

June 5, 2017


How to Listen for Brand Advocates with Mack Collier

mack collier on brand

http://traffic.libsyn.com/onbrand/Mack_Collier_On_Brand.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download“It takes time to cultivate relationships.” Mack Collier has been cultivating relationships for a long time. The social media strategist, speaker, and author has been blogging for 12 years and has hosted the Twitter …

Nick Westergaard

July 12, 2012

News & Events

Social Brand 2012: More Brand Insights & Industry Expertise

Social Brand 2012 just got even better. I’m thrilled to share some speaking additions to our already stellar line-up. Each of these thought leaders brings incredible knowledge and perspective to Iowa’s premier social media marketing event. One is responsible for …

Nick Westergaard

June 3, 2012

News & Events

Social Brand Forum 2012 Brings Thought Leaders to Iowa

I have some exciting news to share! Brand Driven Social is honored to be convening an event that will bring national-level social media content to the Eastern Iowa Creative Corridor. The Social Brand Forum will take place October 17–18 at …

Nick Westergaard

March 29, 2012


The Part of Your Brand You Just Can’t Fake

I love tax season. Let me clarify … I love tax season because it gives me the opportunity to enjoy one of my favorite brand experiences — seeing my accountant. What’s next? I look forward to root canals as well?! …

Nick Westergaard

March 5, 2012

Interview / Strategy

SXSW Expert Advice: The One Thing You Need to Remember

Each year, SXSW Interactive draws nearly 20,000 attendees from as many as 63 countries throughout the world to Austin to consume over 900 conference sessions. Given these mind-blowing statistics, it’s no surprise that SXSW is a major event in the …

Nick Westergaard

January 2, 2012


How I Blogged Every Week for a Year

Last year, I set a New Year’s resolution that ultimately became one of the most successful goals I’ve set and achieved in my life. Previously my blog suffered from sporadic, unfocused posts. This resulted in a smaller audience with no …