Ivana Taylor is the publisher of DIYMarketers.com. She ranked #21 out of 30,000 influential people on the Internet in Fast Company. Ivana is also one of D&B Top SMB Influencers. She is the book editor for Small Business Trends, a contributing author to AMEX Open Forum and has appeared on MSNBC.
Jill is the founder of Optimized Scribes and is responsible for our client's marketing strategies. When not juggling work and kids, she enjoys making rugs, tackling DIY projects, canoeing and hiking with Jamie and the dogs.
Kelly is the senior manager of content strategy at 99designs. She's also worked as an independent film writer and producer, educator, and web designer. She loves kitten cuddles, canyoneering and figure skating.
Megan Totka is the Chief Editor for ChamberofCommerce.com. She specializes on the topic of small business tips and resources. ChamberofCommerce.com helps small businesses grow their business on the web and facilitates connectivity between local businesses and more than 7,000 Chambers of Commerce worldwide.
Paul Comaroto is a workplace productivity expert. He is the product marketing manager for <a href="http://glip.com/?utm_campaign=influencer_blog&utm_source=ivanataylor&utm_medium=social&utm_content=learn_more" rel="noopener noreferrer">RingCentral Glip</a>, a leading team messaging and collaboration tool. Paul works closely with organizations to understand and overcome their productivity challenges. He began his career as an officer in the US Air Force and is now passionate about helping people and teams reach peak productivity.
A communications, marketing and social media specialist with more than 10 years? experience and a bachelor?s degree in Communications and Multimedia Studies. My 3 biggest accomplishments to date have been growing a website's subscriber base from under 1K to over 33K, having a website I was the sole editor and content curator of listed as one of PC Magazine's Top 100 Sites and managing the social media presence of an eCommerce brand who's Facebook page has over 116K fans. '