Jack Monson was out on assignment so Deb Evans tackled hosting Social Geek Radio. Deb was joined by Ces Guerra, Real Estate Associate at Better Homes and Gardens, Gary Greene in Houston Texas. Deb and Ces met via Twitter many years ago. She had the opportunity to meet Ces IRL (in real life) at a Houston TweetUp he hosted and they quickly connected on all social platforms and often meet for lunch to talk about all things Houston.
Jack Campisi, Director of Communications and Partnerships at The Bleachers Corporation joined Deb Evans and Jack Monson on Social Geek Radio to share how The Bleachers Corporation creates social communities around schools.
BLEACHERS streams LIVE + On Demand HD video of athletics, performing arts, and special events from K-12 private boarding and independent day schools, to your computer, tablet, or smartphone, wherever you are in the world.
Social Geek Radio hosts Deb Evans and Jack Monson are joined by Kyler Patterson, Customer Growth Manager for HostGator. Founded in a dorm room at Florida Atlantic University by Brent Oxley, HostGator has grown into a leading provider of Shared, Reseller, VPS, and Dedicated web hosting. HostGator is headquartered in Houston and Austin, Texas, with several international offices throughout the globe. HostGator is one of the world’s top 10 largest web hosting companies with more than 8,000,000 hosted domains. They have over 850 employees to provide superior around the clock support.
Social Geek Radio hosts Deb Evans and Jack Monson are joined by Alex Pirouz, founder Linkfluencer. Alex focuses on the strategic direction and growth of the business to totally transform how business owners and entrepreneurs market their business.
Matt Spence, Operations Director for WCEI Radio joins Deb Evans and Jack Monson to discuss how radio has changed due to social media.
For more than three decades, WCEI has been the leading provider of contemporary music, local news, weather, and traffic information to residents of the Mid-Shore and surrounding area. The station was founded in the 1970’s.