About The Future Buzz
The Future Buzz, run by Googler Adam Singer has fast become one of the most popular blogs on the web about digital marketing/PR strategies, building organic buzz and creating long-term visibility for your brand, business, and art in a fragmented media society. Everyone from entrepreneurs at startups to marketing leaders at major corporations will find value in the content here.
Adam Singer is Analytics Advocate at Google, a marketing, media and PR industry speaker, startup adviser and blogger. Since building his first servers/networks and digital communities in the 90s while growing up, Singer has lived and breathed the internet his entire life. He is highly experienced in most digital practice areas and has managed projects from application development, to enterprise SEO strategy / implementation for some of the largest sites on the internet, to building 8-figure user communities from scratch. He previously was digital director for a 300+ person global consulting team and over the course of his career has provided digital / growth strategy for B2B & B2C brands in a variety of industries including marketing technology, healthcare, manufacturing, advertising/subscription-based web startups, and much in between. Singer and his campaigns have been cited by top media outlets such as TechCrunch, AdWeek, NY Times and more for creative use of digital marketing and PR. Singer blogs at The Future Buzz – an award-winning blog with more than 25K subscribers and frequently-referenced source of what’s new in digital marketing.
You can learn more about me on LinkedIn if you’re curious of my professional background.
The below links will give you a sense of my dedication and love for our sector:
See a presentation given at a Google Partner Summit to large agencies: https://goo.gl/0QcDqA
Check out a whiteboard video on app analytics delivered for a tech partner: https://goo.gl/J0kD7N
Watch a casual conversation on Analytics with a colleague: https://goo.gl/vdyIR4
Listen to a virtual talk given to University of Florida students: http://goo.gl/pFZ515
The content here is written by myself as well as contributors from the community.
Our goal is to help you become successful in marketing online for whatever you’re doing on or off the web. We also try to inspire readers and help push them to the next level.
Everyone here is extremely passionate about media, technology and anything new that connects us and allows for better communication in our world.
Personally, I’ve been active on the social web daily since 1998 and have been a heavy contributor to the internet since the early days of message boards and the start of the social web. The grouping of people around information, ideas and technology has always fascinated me, and I have been an observer, participant and contributor for as long I can remember.
Notables for this blog
- The Future Buzz receives from 50,000 to 200,000 unique visitors per month, depending on the type of content published.
- Other marketing trades regularly cite this blog as a definitive resource for our category.
- The content at TheFutureBuzz.com consistently goes popular on sites such as Reddit, Twitter and StumbleUpon.
- More than 25,000 web professionals, marketers, PR people and bloggers/social media users subscribe to the content here through RSS, email, Facebook and Twitter.
- This blog is ranked among the “best search marketing blogs on the net” by TopRank’s BigList, featured in the marketing section of AllTop (all the top sites), featured in the top 150 blogs ranked by Advertising Age, ranked the #1 PR blog by Invesp and ranked a top 10 blog by Social Media Examiner.
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