There are so many bald marketing bloggers with glasses. We are the bald marketing brothers of another mother!
We often get mistaken for one another, and we totally kid each other about it every week. In fact, just yesterday I was making a joke about this on Mitch Joel’s Facebook stream.
Here’s a list of my other bald marketing brothers of another mother, at least the ones I most often get mistaken for.
It was Greg Verdino who first introduced me to the phrase “a brother of another mother.” As such, he should be first on the list.
Greg is author of microMARKETING: Get Big Results by Thinking and Acting Small. Greg was head of strategy at Dachis Group. He joined Dachis Group through its acquisition of social agency Powered; and Powered through its acquisition of crayon, the social media consultancy at which he served as Chief Strategy Officer and in which he was a principal.
Find him on Twitter at @gregverdino.
Rick Liebling (formerly @eyecube) is the Creative Culturalist at Y&R New York. He blogs about branding, marketing, advertising, PR, social media and how they all create, react to and reflect our culture. For more than a decade he’s worked with brands such as Campbell’s, Dell, MasterCard, Gillette, Yahoo!, Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Allstate and Xbox, across the marketing mix – from PR to digital / social and advertising.
You can find him on Twitter at @RickLiebling.
Mitch Joel authored Six Pixels of Separation, named after his successful blog and podcast. The book became a business and marketing bestseller. His next book, CTRL ALT DEL will be coming out in Spring 2013.
Out of all of us, Mitch is probably the most successful. His agency is staffed by well over 100 folks, his blog and podcast are well read and cited, and he is a renowned keynote speaker.
You can find Mitch on Twitter at @Mitchjoel.
Adam Broitman is Chief Creative Strategist at Something Massive; The Agency For The Post-PC Era. He is tasked with overseeing the company’s overarching strategic and creative vision, while helping deliver effective, cutting edge solution for Something Massive’s clients. Broitman comes to Something Massive through the acquisition of the firm Circ.us which he he co-founded three years prior.
Adam writes for industry publications such as iMediaconnection and Mediapost.
You can find Adam on Twitter at @adambroitman.
Have I missed any of my bald brothers? I hope not! LOL.
What do you think of the bald marketing brothers of another mother?