Area(s) of expertise: web marketing, social media marketing
Summary of expertise:
Lorrie Thomas Ross, MA aka The Marketing Therapist, is a motivational marketing speaker, educator and author.
She is the founder and CEO of Web Marketing Therapy, Inc., a marketing agency and training company that diagnoses, prescribes and guides healthy web marketing solutions. Her marketing expertise empowers organizations to create scalable web solutions that brand, build and boost business. She speaks nationally on a number of marketing-related subjects. Lorrie teaches custom courses for corporations as well as workshops through UC Berkeley Extension. Her book, The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course to Online Marketing is used in college and university courses and is a common companion to professionals looking for online marketing management expertise, support and guidance.
Ross' marketing and education background have turned her into a "markEDing" evangelist (that's not a typo, it's a mashup: Marketing + Education = markeding®). She is staging a peaceful revolution on the way that people and companies think about and approach marketing. Approaching marketing in an ethical way with a pure, educational purpose both educates a target market and helps people better understand why to support an organization's products and services (it also takes the stress out of marketing!)
Lorrie Thomas Ross holds a Master's degree in Organizational Management from Antioch University. She has been featured in the media as an online marketing expert by publications including INC, Forbes, SUCCESS Magazine, the Associated Press, eCommerce Times, Entrepreneur and FOX News.
Blog/Web site: www.webmarketingtherapy.com/blog
The 36-Hour Course to Online Marketing (McGraw-Hill)
National Speaker Association Member
Pacific Business Coast Times “40 Under 40” Awards
Who's Who In Marketing, Advertising and PR
Prior media experience:
Professional Speaker, Experienced Interviewee, Instructor at University of California Berkeley, lynda.com Online Video Author
Master of Arts in Organizational Management
marketing, branding, women in business, small business, entrepreneurialism, social media, online marketing, personal branding, search engine marketing, online PR
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