Since 2010, Instagram has taken the world by storm. It seems like everyone (and their dog) is on the platform.
And the thing is, Instagram’s 1 billion active monthly users aren’t just taking it personal anymore (whether hooman or dog), they are expanding their communities to include brands.
This phenomenon inspired creative brand strategist Kelley Peterson to start a passion profile for her grandpug (@the_daily_chubs) to learn more.
After gaining more than 5,000 followers in 1-1/2 years, Kelley is ready to share the tricks she’s learned to help you boost your Instagram presence in dog years!
Come, sit, stay and dig into these doggone good takeaways:
- Be Rebarkable – Tricks to creating a captivating look and feel
- Play with Your Furiends – Tricks to fetch followers who stay
- Get Unleashed – Tricks to drive engagement on and offline
Speaker & facilitator:
Kelley Peterson PCM, Vice President : Nonprofit Creative Director
Kelley has enjoyed working in marketing communications for over 20 years. She prides herself on inspiring superstar teams to deliver top-notch creative work. She is the only creative director in the state of Nebraska to have achieved Professional Certified Marketer (PCM) status by completing a rigorous American Marketing Association program.
Prior to joining KidGlov, Kelley was associate vice president of marketing communications at Nebraska Children and Families Foundation; account manager at Swanson Russell; marketing director for CEDARS Home for Children; and vice president of account service at Communication Design.
Kelley is experienced in brand creation and brand advancement. She’s played her creative hand in developing and refreshing campaigns for Child Guidance Center, Farmers & Merchants Bank, Immanuel Communities, Lincoln Community Foundation, Matt Talbot, PromiseShip and Prosper Lincoln.
Kelley is a past president of the National Professional Chapters Council of the American Marketing Association as well as past president of the local chapter—Lincoln AMA. She has been recognized as Lincoln AMA’s Marketer of the Year, inducted into the Lincoln Marketing Hall of Fame and Lincoln Business Journal’s 40 under 40.
Kelley enjoys spending time with her husband, Lee, their children Foster, Finley and Skyler, their two dachshunds, Rufus and Rocky, and a pug named Chubs.
Light Snacks Will Be Provided