The digital media industry starts and ends with the brands that pay the bills. Getting to know what’s on the minds of the decisionmakers at top marketers is pretty important to agencies and publishers alike. We culled through the accounts of some top brand marketers to find five worth following.
@babs26: Babs Rangaiah, vp global media innovation, Unilever
funny..this was the economist article about facebook 5 years ago..essentially calling them “hype” economist.com/node/9990635
— babs rangaiah (@babs26) February 2, 2012
@shivsingh: Shiv Singh, global head of digital, PepsiCo
Amused how Apple is now more of a phone company that also sells computers (by revenue) — Shiv Singh (@shivsingh) January 25, 2012
@kdoohan: Kevin Doohan, head of digital marketing, Red Bull
@alewnes: Ann Lewnes, senior vice president of global marketing, Adobe
@bestbuycmo: Barry Judge, CMO, Best Buy
Did you know all of MIT’s course material is available online for free. Only 100 million people have downloaded that content. Unbelievable!
— Barry Judge (@BestBuyCMO) January 27, 2012
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