Brian’s personal webinars have been a great asset in helping us understand the ins and outs of social media. Social media was new to us, and getting up and running quickly and properly was important. We have found value far beyond what we initially expected in using social media as part of our marketing plan and Brian helped us in everyway.
Designed Stairs, Inc
Brian has done multiple presentations for groups I coordinate, always to rave reviews. He is a professional with huge strength in both the IT and marketing fields and special expertise in Facebook, blogs, websites and social media. His presentations are informative and focused on cutting edge marketing strategies. In social media especially, Brian is tops.
Advantage Business Concepts
I thought the webinar was very well done and Brian provided some great information, including lots of useful “nuggets” , i.e. info on Facebook analytics, Google alerts, etc. I hope to see B2b Interactive marketing provide more webinars, which I absolutely wouldn’t mind paying for, on a variety of specific subjects pertaining to social media and its use in b2b and b2c. Thanks again for a super presentation!
Jack Thompson, CMP, CEM
Thank you for the webinar on Facebook Landing pages. We now have many Google alerts out there that we didn’t have before. We also learned the importance of “like”. As always your information is concise and easy to understand. We appreciate your webinar’s and also your excellent work with us our landing page.
On February 23, 2011 Brian Basilico, president of B2b Interactive Marketing, made a presentation on “Social Networking” to a meeting of Rockford Diocese High School Development Professionals at Marmion Academy in Aurora. The group meets periodically to discuss common challenges and concerns and everyone expressed their gratitude to Brian for sharing his unique perspectives and impressive expertise on this critical topic. Brian’s presentation offered our group an amazing overview of the impact social media is having on the way our constituents are being communicated with and how we could benefit from participating in this growing virtual conversation.
Carmen P. Freda
Associate Director of Development
Marmion Abbey and Academy