As the CEO and founder of Social Fresh, Jason is the lead analyst and consultant for all Social Fresh brand clients. Jason has 15+ years of experience as a marketing leader and focuses on how to help brands be more creative with their social media. Jason is regularly featured as a keynote speaker on social media and is regularly quoted as a social media expert by the NY Times, MSNBC, USA Today, and more.

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  • How To Use Facebook Gifts

    Remember those weird fake gifts you use to be able to pay a dollar for to send your friends in the early days of Facebook? A new type of Facebook Gifts will be rolling out to...

  • The Secret Ingredient To Viral Facebook Posts

    Facebook is a feeding frenzy of news, photos, notes from friends and in general an endless river of engaging content. And here is the bad news. It gets worse every day as more and more businesses get on...

  • Top Youtubers Make $276,000 a Year [WEBINAR]

    Youtube is a valuable platform for many brands, but the real kings of the video social network are independent video producers, often called Youtubers. OpenSlate, a video advertising vendor, shared some valuable data on their research of the...

  • Facebook Offers Are No Longer Free

    Increasing revenue is agenda item one, two, and three at Facebook HQ these days. As part of that goal of the recently public company, Facebook will no longer allow merchants to publish offers (coupon posts) without...

  • How this Facebook fan got 68,000 likes of her own

    Britney Jones is a mom and shops at Publix. I know this because she shared this publicly on the Publix Facebook page, along with a pretty great customer service experience in her local grocery store. Pretty nice...

  • mobile marketing strategy

    The 5 Step Mobile Marketing Blueprint

    We all keep hearing how hot mobile is. AllthingsD reported a few months ago that mobile now accounts for 20% of all internet traffic in the US. Yup, you read that right, 1 in 5. The simple...

  • This is how you stop social media shiny object syndrome

    Social media is fast. We’re talking what’s hot this week might be old news next week fast. New social networks, tools, software, and strategies pop up in our inbox, newsfeed, and Twitter stream constantly. Sometimes I seriously just...