ESPN’s Carol Kruse on Why Brands Shouldn’t Buy Fans

At Digiday Social last Thursday, Digiday’s Mike Shields sat down for a keynote conversation with Carol Kruse, the svp of marketing at ESPN. Kruse, a former Coke marketing executive, discussed the differences between using social media to market a big brand versus a media property, the importance of real engagement with customers and fans as opposed to buying them, and her views on Google+, social TV and more. Watch now.

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