Kimberley Brind

Kimberley Brind

Global Marketing Executive, Social Strategist, Oracle

Kimberley Brind is global marketing executive and social strategist at Oracle. She is an accomplished and pragmatic goal orientated technology marketer with an entrepreneurial approach and more than 20 years international, strategic marketing, demand generation, and marketing communications experience.

RECENT ARTICLES BY KIMBERLEY BRIND

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Conquering Social Marketing Fears– Part 2

Jun 30, 2014 - Corporate executives can overcome their fears about social marketing and become confident social ambassadors by starting with these practical techniques... Comments

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Conquering Social Marketing Fears Part 1

Jun 2, 2014 - B2B brands must turn their fear of social into bravery and start communicating in the open and immediate way social marketing allows. Comments

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Beware of Accidental Social Narcissism

May 5, 2014 - Maintaining a balance between brand messages and personal opinions and experiences on social media can be tricky. Here are some tips for avoiding accidental... Comments

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Social Marketing Needs the Real You

Apr 7, 2014 - Emotional storytelling is what connects with an audience - corporate or not - and great stories derive from sensitivity and authenticity. Comments

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Get Rid of Your Marketing Books

Mar 10, 2014 - Social marketing goes beyond theory and the application of technology. It gets right to the heart of people – not businesses, buyers, and pre-determined... Comments

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