This blog is written by our Chief Disruptor, Marji J. Sherman.
MJS started this blog in August 2013 as a way to connect what she was learning in the digital marketing and social media fields, with her new role as a wife in a new city.
Expecting no one to read the blog, MJS was shocked when the first digital marketing post went viral. She still writes this blog in the same candid, unassuming style she started back then, which contributes to its popularity in many different industries. Most of the content is pulled from MJS’s personal and professional life; using real-life lessons to illustrate how digital marketing and social media can be improved in order to generate leads and engagement.
MJS’s humility and sense of humor exude from her writings, as well as her fierce strength. Her loss of both of her sisters to suicide, an intense round of chemo that led to a hysterectomy before she had time to have children of her own, and her horrific escape from an abusive first-marriage is laced into her writings.
Not only is this a great place to learn more about how you can use digital marketing and social media to improve your brand, but it is also a view into our founder’s heart as she speaks up for suicide awareness and preventing domestic abuse.
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