Despite being an active user of social media since the start, Hannah Anderson never actually thought that she’d work in a field related to it. She always wanted to be a teacher instead of going into the social media or business industry.
Hannah started her training to become a teacher but still had a passion for social media. She was secretly able to build a network of over 100,000 followers on Facebook and thought it was just a hobby.
By 2014, she had already hit 600,000 followers on her pages, which made her realise the power of social media for the first time in her life. This pushed her into a field related to social media.
Fast-forward to today, Hannah is now the co-founder of a company named Social Chain. Vogue has also featured her as one of the top 25 influential women of the United Kingdom.
Hannah Anderson’s talks with The Marketing Meetup:
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|13/04/2021||08:30||Liron Smadja, Senior Director of Global Brand Marketing and International Expansion, Fiverr||We’re building a household name. This is how.||Sign up here|
|20/04/2021||08:30||Emma Honeybone, Head of Relationship Marketing at Engine Group||What does relationship marketing really mean, and how can it impact your business?||Sign up here|
|27/04/2021||08:30||Asia Orangio, Founder of DemandMaven||How to acquire your first 100 customers||Sign up here|
|04/05/2021||14:30||Sherice Harris & Nathan Anibaba, Head of Brand for Speedo EMEA & Founder of Agency DealMasters||How to build great agency relationships||Sign up here|
|11/05/2021||08:30||Laura McLachlan, Director of Marketing and Fundraising at Worldwide Cancer Research||How to find purpose for you and your brand||Sign up here|
|18/05/2021||08:30||Anu Adegbola, CMO of Brainlabs||How to PPC like a pro||Sign up here|
|25/05/2021||08:30||Jeremy Waite, Communications Designer at IBM||How to tell stories with impact||Sign up here|
|01/06/2021||08:30||Adele Revella, Founder of Buyer Persona Institute||How to build great customer personas||Sign up here|