How do you grow a business from 1 to more than 10 in just a few years focusing on Social Media strategy and implementation?
Tyler J. Anderson of Casual Friday's, a San Diego-based national Social Media and interactive media agency, is the guest on this episode of the Halftime Mike podcast. Listen in to learn as two friends discuss trends in social media, growing social and digital businesses, podcasting, and more! Come away with insights from real life stories!
Mike and Tyler dive into entrepreneurship, growing social media businesses, and social media trends, and more. Includes thoughts on how podcast serves as a form of content marketing, brand building, and networking.
The Halftime Mike podcast is a show designed to help busy owners and marketers learn doable ways to grow leads and leverage online. Tyler J. Anderson is founder of Casual Friday's social agency, and co-founder of Scoreboard Social, a social media tool for monitoring and measuring social analytics.
Tyler is the founder and CEO of Casual Fridays, a social media marketing agency headquartered in San Diego, California and is co-founder of Scoreboard Social, a simplified social media reporting and competitive analytics software as a service (SaaS).
Tyler also is the host/organizer of Social Media Day San Diego, which was an officially proclaimed day by the city in 2012. Tyler is very active in the San Diego social media scene and serves as Vice President for the San Diego Chapter of the Social Media Club.
Tyler has assembled a great resume of achievements in advertising, marketing and public relations, including media and public relations for Super Bowl XXXVII.
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