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Bio //

Angela joined Terakeet in December of 2009 after a successful tenure as account executive in advertising sales with Sinclair Broadcast Group. Initially brought into the company’s SEO strategy team, Angela’s aptitude and vision in social media quickly highlighted a tremendous opportunity in the multi-faceted suite of web marketing services that Terakeet provides for it’s customers.

Angela was among the first in the industry to successfully employ social media campaigns on a scalable level within high profile and competitive industries. This allowed our clients to get ahead of the competition in nearly all social verticals. Working directly with our teams of Brand Strategists, Angela has helped define how social media, traditional marketing principles and the concept of community engagement can be merged with SEO fundamentals to design and execute immensely successful strategies that satisfy our client’s search objectives.

Angela holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from the State University of New York at Oswego, and currently serves on the Medical Research Charities Board of Directors.

In her free time she enjoys strong coffee, hunting Craigslist for her next DIY project and Howard Stern.

Angela Brooks’ Posts //

Insights // January 30, 2013
Angela Brooks

Super Bowl Ads: Straight Talk From a Web Marketer

As a quick follow-up to my previous post, I thought this article comparing what a $4 million Super Bowl ad could buy in digital media, illustrates the digital/traditional marketing double-standard quite nicely. As Marshall points out, big brands are willing to drop the GDP of a small country on a 30-second spot but are still… Read More »

Insights // January 29, 2013
Angela Brooks

The Dog Days are Over…Right?

Before getting into web marketing, I started out in advertising sales at a local television station. I spent most days bombing around in my ’95 Eagle Vision, dropping in on local business owners uninvited and presenting them with the question, “Why aren’t you on television?” The Soaring Eagle. R.I.P. The most common response? “I can’t… Read More »