The digital marketing industry has come a long way in the past decade, and women have been at the forefront of this progress. From entrepreneurs to executives, these women have made their mark in the industry with their creativity, knowledge, and hard work. In this article, we will take a look at some of the most influential women in digital marketing today. Melanie Deziel is a keynote speaker at Brand Storytelling and founder of StoryFuel, which helps companies define and implement their brand storytelling strategy.
She is also the author of the Amazon bestseller The Content Fuel Framework, which has earned 90% 5-star ratings from readers. Tyrona Heath is a global leader of LinkedIn's B2B Institute and founder of Spectacle Marketer. She was previously a custom media solutions strategist at Google and has been promoting excellence in digital marketing ever since. Rebekah Radice is a speaker, consultant, and social media coach from Los Angeles, CA.
She has been recognized by well-known companies such as Social Media Examiner, Brand24, and Onalytica as one of the best online and social media marketers. Amy Porterfield is a marketing expert who shares her knowledge of creating email lists, creating strategies, and creating online courses with more than 150,000 followers on Twitter and hundreds of thousands of podcast subscribers. Tamara McCleary is a high-level digital marketer with experience in B2C, B2B, and social media marketing. She is the CEO and founder of Thulium, a company specializing in brand amplification with clients such as Verizon, IBM, and EE.
UU. Brand24 named it one of the 20 most interactive digital marketing companies, and Klear ranked it among the top 1% of global social media influencers. She won the Oracle Social Influencer Award and Forbes named her one of the 20 most influential women on social media. Katie Lance is a consultant, speaker, and author of an Amazon bestseller. She has been featured on Social Media Examiner, Wired, BBC Radio, and Forbes for her direct and honest voice in the industry. Pamela Vaughan is the author of two books and host of the 7 Minute Marketing with Pam Didner podcast.
She has been featured in The Drum, TopRank Marketing, and Managing Editor Magazine for her expertise in historical optimization. Tiffany Sauder took over Indianapolis-based digital agency Element Three when she was just 25. Since then she has worked as president of this digital marketing agency, one of the largest in the world. Under her leadership, she managed to increase the company's annual revenue by 100% and further led the organization to become the fastest-growing agency in the Midwest. Rhea Draysdale is one of the top 15 women in SEO and known as an “SEO guru”. She runs her own marketing agency where she consults with companies like 3M and Cisco. Ann Smarty is an experienced digital marketer who likes to write about new strategies to grow businesses digitally. With more than 14 years of experience in digital marketing she shares her knowledge through her blog MyBlogU. Clare McDermott has an MBA in Marketing and Finance and has worked for about 20 years in the digital marketing industry.
She is currently working as a consultant for several agencies. Jasmine Star is among the top 10 wedding photographers in the world. Using her social media platforms such as Instagram she has become a famous influencer. Areej AbuAli is an SEO specialist who regularly shares SEO news, tips, and everything related to female empowerment around her SEO Women in Tech community. The 3% Conference is a gathering of people from agencies and brands who come together to show the business value of female directors, exchange ideas on ways to increase their presence, and celebrate their contributions. It was founded by Kat Gordon who also founded The Village Workspace - a co-working space where women entrepreneurs can build their brands and connect with each other. These are just some examples of influential women in digital marketing who have made their mark on this industry with their creativity, knowledge, hard work, and dedication. Despite making up only 4% of Fortune 500 companies' executive directorships and 19% of senior management positions being held by women - these inspiring women are paving the way for future generations.