Company: Windmills Marketing
— Bio —
Neal Schaffer is a leader in helping businesses and professionals strategically leverage the business potential of social media.
A Forbes Top 30 Social Media Power Influencer and creator of the AdAge Top 100 Global Marketing Blog Windmill Networking, Neal is a social media keynote speaker who is also known for his two award-winning and critically acclaimed social media books: ”Maximizing LinkedIn for Sales and Social Media Marketing” and “Windmill Networking: Maximizing LinkedIn.”
Neal currently speaks on social media on average at around 50 events each year. In parallel, he continues to consult with, coach, and train clients and is also writing his 3rd book, "Maximizing Twitter for Business."
As a leading social media strategy consultant, Neal has created social media strategies and coached implementation for dozens of companies since launching his consultancy in January of 2010, including a Fortune 50 software company, a Grammy award-winning musician with more than one million social media fans, and a public utility serving more than 20 million consumers.
Neal was also recently appointed an adjunct faculty member at Rutgers University, where he will start teaching social media marketing this fall.
Neal works with business of all sizes through his company Windmills Marketing as follows:
- Social Media Audit & Strategy Consulting
- Social Media Coaching
- Social Media Speaking/Training/Workshops
- Social Media Agency (through Green Dream Social, where Neal is VP of Social Media Strategy)
Neal’s work has been recognized by the media and he has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business Week, Forbes, Yahoo!, and the American Express Open Forum. He has also spoken at leading social media conferences such as iStrategy Global Digital Media Conference, Online Marketing Summit, and Gravity Summit. A graduate of Amherst College, Neal is also fluent in Chinese and Japanese and currently resides in Irvine, California.
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