More than a Few Words – Episode: 388
Edible Social Media
June 10, 2019
This week, Lorraine is joined by one of her social media buddies, Stephanie Daily. The conversation jumps from social media topic to social media topic with an emphasis on some restaurant marketing tips.
Grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and listen to the conversation.
About Stephanie Daily
Over the past decade, Stephanie’s earned a reputation for her ability to win over audiences with compelling content and experiences, both digitally and in person. As Social Media Manager for Sapphire Strategy, Stephanie applies storytelling and buyer behavior know-how to move her clients’ audiences to click, share, think, act.
Previously, Stephanie helped manage #Social46 social media efforts for the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, and helped brands across various industries achieve revenue goals. A Top 50 Indy Business Connector, she’s also managed sales teams across multiple states.
When she’s not making brands famous on social media, Stephanie serves as a wish granter for The Make-A-Wish Foundation and founder of Fatherless Daughters, a nonprofit she created to help women navigate the grief over losing their father.
In her downtime, Stephanie is a masterful cook (her steak is perfection) and a lifelong Green Bay Packers fan.
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