Why I Social
About This Show
Why I Social brings brings you candid conversations with folks who truly get social media - from average joe to CEO. Each podcast invites you to get to know social media professionals beyond their social media handle. Go beyond the handle with Why I Social.
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Episode 96 - Patrick Kitchell (@Denmark98)
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Patrick Kitchell is Technical Solution Specialist at Microsoft. He's previously held a variety of roles including Head of Global CRM at Sitecore. Though he now resides in Denmark, he's previously lived and worked in New York City operating a social service program assisting the homeless persons and drug addicts. Hear his story on this week's Why I Social. This Week on Why I Social, Patrick and I discuss: His experience working/leading social services in NYC Why he loves CRMS How Microsoft has impacted him personally and professionally And of course, Why Does He Social?! Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Soundcloud and Google. Follow at @WhyISocial. Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph. Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish. Exclusive to Why I Social, receive 20% off all annual plans with the promo code WhyISocial20. Want to learn more aboutZoomph?Check out their analytics page: http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics
Rated 5 out of
Great fun and information!
Excellent job right out of the gate, Chris! I really like the format and the insider look at your guest. Looking forward to more!
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 5 out of
Great podcast. From average Joe to CEO
It is great entertainment in combination with providing learning opportunities. Love everything I have been learning from the conversations. Chris does a great job.
Date published: 2015-10-30