25 Bay Area Marketers You Should Follow

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Upland Admin

As content marketers, we talk a lot about the importance of building trust and connections in the digital world.

Joining online communities, reading articles, and sharing best practices are convenient ways to gather information. But offline communities still have a powerful place in our professional growth.

That’s why we’re dedicating an entire afternoon to discuss—face-to-face—content marketing with Bay Area professionals at content.San Francisco, a free half-day event focused on actionable ways to improve your content strategy.

To further celebrate communities, both offline and online, we compiled a list of 25 Bay Area marketers who are saying and doing innovative things in the world of marketing. This list represents both well-known influencers and behind-the-scenes buffs.

Keep tabs on these 25 people to stay updated on marketing trends and amp up your know-how. We’ll even make it easy for you. Follow this list on Twitter.

And if you’re in the Bay Area, join us (along with some of the people below) on April 24 to mingle with (and learn from) your fellow marketing professionals.

Michael Brito, W20 Group

Jennifer Burnham, Salesforce

Meagan Eisenberg, DocuSign

Barry Feldman, Feldman Creative

Victor Gaxiola, Hearsay Social

Dennis Goedegebuure, Airbnb

Nicole Granucci, Visa

Amy Higgins, Concur

Avinash Kaushik, Google

Jen Lashua, Intel

Dena Lawless, BMC Software

Heidi Lorenzen, Cloudwords

Jason Miller, LinkedIn

Gail Moody-Byrd, SAP

Holly Nielsen, IBM

Maeghan Ouimet, Original9

Craig Rosenberg, Funnelholic

Dayna Rothman, Marketo

Rich Schwerin, Oracle

Dennis Shiao, DNN

Brian Solis, Altimeter Group

Kim Stiglitz, Vertical Response

Tom Treanor, Meltwater Group

Leo Widrich, Buffer

Jim Yu, BrightEdge

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