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Cynthia Johnson is Managing Partner and Director of Marketing & Social Media for RankLab, a digital marketing agency in Santa Monica, CA. She is the Editorial Director and Global Communications for Social Media Club, a global non-profit that supports social media education for everyone. She hosts a weekly Twitter chat, #TheSMGirl, Tuesdays at 1pm (PST), where she discusses social media marketing and PR and co-hosts a weekly podcast, Marketing Recap, every Thursday at 7pm (PST).
Cynthia is a professional with 6 years of diverse work experience in entertainment, marketing and digital advertising. She has work experience in both corporate companies as well as small tech startups. She has been involved on social media and viral campaigns for Levi’s, Vans, Chevy, Susan G. Komen, Peta2 and Maker Studios. She has also consulted on campaigns for Here Media, West Management Group and several other startup ecommerce brands.
Cynthia is a current contributing columnist for Entrepreneur, Search Engine Journal, Startup Grind powered by Google for Entrepreneurs and SheKnows. She has been quoted as marketing expert in a variety of publications, such as Entrepreneur, Inc., Forbes, Huffington Post and AdWeek. She has spoken at several marketing conferences, such as Pubcon, SMX West, and the Millennium Alliance’s Transformation CMO.
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“There was a point where I took six months off… and traveled. I traded social media… and internet ‘know how’s’ for free stay and free food… and I learned early on that this is something very valuable…’”
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