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Jan 31, 2017

Kerry O’Shea Gorgone is a lawyer, professional interviewer, writer, educator, speaker, and host of the Marketing Smarts podcast. As Director of Product Strategy, Training, at MarketingProfs she oversees the sale and distribution of MarketingProfs’ premium training products to individual marketers and corporations. She’s also a contributing writer for Spin Sucks, Huffington Post, {grow} blog, Social Media Explorer,, and more.

Follow Kerry on Twitter at @KerryGorgone. She can also be found on LinkedIn, as well as and


You’ll Learn: 

  • Why Kerry left a career in law to be a professional digital marketer.
  • Why Kerry became frustrated with how slow law firms were to embrace content marketing.
  • Why frictionless commerce needs to improve in the future.
  • They there’s a dangerous lack of critical thinking on the web.
  • Kerry’s formula for creating meaningful relationships.


3 Key Points:

  1. People have a responsibility to get their information from more than one source
  2. People were manipulated during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election via hyper-targeted ads that played on their emotional needs/fears.
  3. Email is still the best tool to create long lasting relationships with people.


Resources Mention:


Killer Resources:

  1. Ready to go pro but aren’t sure if College is the right choice for you? Get my Ultimate Digital Marketing College Guide.
  1. Like the podcast? Then you’ll love the book! Grab Beyond Buzzwords on Amazon.
  1. In the last three months of the 2016 Presidential election fake news outperformed real news on Facebook. DON’T be taken advantage of. Our Digital Discernment course teaches you how to call B.S. online.


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