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January Social Shout Outs [VIDEO]

I love this video every month. Paying homage to the cool people and things that are happening so that you can stay up to date as well. I’m going to roll into my shout outs of the month but I want you to know if you think I need to know about something cool happening or a person that does great work, please let me know! I’m always looking for awesomeness to post in these videos every month.

January Social Shout Outs

The Moth Podcast:

I recently discovered this podcast and I’m pretty much obsessed. The Moth features the best storytelling I’ve ever heard, something that’s really important in marketing. It’s certainly worth taking a listen to to think about how you can better these skills for your brand but you will be so entertained regardless. It’s a can’t miss.

Tony Lee:

Big thank you to Tony for showing what it’s like to listen and stand out on the Internet. I recently tweeted that I was so annoyed with my lack of chargers for my phone as I keep forgetting them at the office. He sent me a nice little care package of an iPhone charger and his info in the mail. Like woah! So cool! Check out his work as he is a social media marketing all star from one of the capitals of tech: Austin, TX.

Contactually:

If you’re not familiar with Contactually, you are going to love me forever. This is the best contact management software I’ve ever experienced as it keeps track of everyone in your life so you can categorize them and be alerted to get in contact with them and never let your network fizzle out. When you’re at conferences like CES, this is a very handy place to quickly add new contacts and assign tasks for follow up. Love it!

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Amy is the Founder of Savvy Sexy Social and President of Vlog Boss Studios, a digital marketing agency specializing in video content creation. Connect with her on Twitter.
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