Chief Marketing Officer

With more than 20 years of experience in digital media, I guess I’m considered to be an industry veteran. Outside of advising Zoomph, I try to keep up with my family or you'll find me on the squash court trying to regain that old form.

Elections 2016 Social Media Update: Ted Jumps into Second Place

November 16, 2015

For the first time since we started monitoring social media conversations about each candidate, Ted Cruz has jumped to second place. His performance in the #GOPDebate helped increase his social Read More

Elections 2016 Social Media Update: Rubio’s Surge Continues

November 02, 2015

We’ve been tracking social conversations about each candidate since August. The crowded republican field has seen its share of ups and downs. Last week’s debate on CNBC saw candidates unite Read More

CNBC Prime-time Debate: Winners & Losers

October 29, 2015

CNBC’s republican debate proved combative towards the moderators line of questioning. But through all this noise, who won and who lost? Today we compare each candidates’ social media rank based Read More

Pre-GOP Debate Movers and Shakers—Carson Surging, Fiorina Falls

October 28, 2015

Since August we’ve monitored and analyzed more than 22 million social media posts, tweets, re-tweets, likes, and comments covering all the presidential candidates. We use a 28-day rolling average as Read More

Social Media Reaction to Benghazi Congressional Hearings

October 23, 2015

The events that happened in Benghazi are tragic and again grabbed the spotlight across network news when Hillary appeared in front of Congress on Thursday. We reviewed data to see Read More

Election 2016: Social Media Trends the Day after the Democratic Debate

October 15, 2015

Watching real-time social media data during the Democratic debate was fascinating. We’re monitoring social media conversations tied to each candidate (name, hashtag and handles) over the course of elections and Read More

Democratic Debate: Pre-Debate Social Media Benchmarks

October 12, 2015

With the first Democratic debate happening this week on CNN, we’re focusing our attention on real-time social media data around the democrats. Since August 1, we’ve been monitoring and benchmarking Read More

Jeb Rises While Carly Falls: Social Insights on the Presidential Race This Week

October 05, 2015

We’re tracking several social media metrics across all presidential candidates using a consistent methodology; we’re monitoring real-time social conversations based on tags and keywords that include a candidate’s name, as Read More