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Telling Your Story on Social:  Tailoring Your Message for Different Social Media Platforms

Join host Daria Anne and guests Darien Hill, founder of SMART Growth Marketing, and Annie Schiffmann, Social Media Manager for SMART Growth Marketing on November 8 at 11 AM Eastern.

Learn how to tell your story on social  to connect with your audience, build relationships, and attract new clients. 

Darien is passionate about inspiring individuals to unleash their inner champion.  He was born in the beautiful Caribbean island of Antigua. In 1996 he received a track and field scholarship to Murray State University in Kentucky, where he received his degree in marketing.

Darien loves to help small businesses and organizations tell their story in a unique way and to inspire their customers to action.   He has trained over 100 banking professionas from companies such as Suntrust Bank, BMO Harris & BB&T on how to leverage social media to increase customer acquisition. He is a highly sought after speaker and has been featured on Central Florida News 13 as a social media correspondent.

Annie Schiffmann has worked with the Off-Broadway and nationally touring cult favorite Broadway's Next Hit Musical since 2015. Recently, she worked on the international premier of the play The Loser Letters. She consulted for author and actor Greg Triggs on his book launch for The Happiest Place on Earth. She has also been a contributor and jack-of-all trades for the theater startup YesBroadway.com where she got to interview Tony Award-winning producers and actors as well as international pop star Ben Folds. 

Visit www.smartgrowthmarketing.com for more. 

 

 

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