Jump In Our #SocialBath On #SocialHangout With Eric Mitchell: Guest Michelle Killebrew

Jump In Our #SocialBath On #SocialHangout With Eric Mitchell: Guest Michelle Killebrew


There is no water shortage in Arizona and I am bathing in a #socialbath glow full of positive bubbles from last weeks #SocialHangout (that trended for nearly 7 hours on twitter). If you missed it, I had the honor of being a guest host along side Eric Mitchell and Vincenzo Landino while we spoke with Tamara McCleary. Tamara is one of the most beautiful women I have had the pleasure of speaking with in my social media journey, both inside and out. There was magic in that show. How much magic? Well, I will just let you know that there is a huge demand for #SocialHangout shirts. You know it is big when you have your own shirt?

#socialhangout shirt

If you missed the show last week, don’t worry you can catch more bubbles this week as I return for my second guest co-host duties as we welcome Michelle Killebrew to #socialhangout at 9AM PST. Trust me. You will not want to miss it. I can’t think of a better way to start my weekend than laughing through another #socialbath.

Plus, Eric Mitchell’s Social Hangout show has just joined forces with Millennial CEO! This is huge news and I definitely know why the show has had so much success. Congratulations and welcome to more social media domination.

So, what can you expect on the show tomorrow with Michelle? #SocialHangout is your favorite morning radio show with #nofilter but live on Google Hangouts. Isn’t the reason reality TV became so popular in the first place is because it “was” real? Well, we all know that doesn’t exist anymore but #socialhangout does. It is a cross between Howard Stern and Opie and Anthony. I laughed the whole way through and plan on doing it again tomorrow!

There is no editing, no re-takes and #nofilter. 

Raw, real and relationship driven = #socialhangout.

Tomorrow we have Michelle Killebrew. Not only do some people say she is my “doppleganger” but she just happens to be the Program Director, Strategy Social Business at IBM and has accomplished what some of us only dream of before age 40. She is a wealth of knowledge and was named one of the top 40 under 40 most accomplished young talents in marketing! Trust me, Michelle Killebrew has marketing talent.

Michelle Killibrew

People thought she was my doppleganger @shellkillebrew  **don’t mind the photobomb

Here is a little more about Michelle Killebrew as found on

I am passionate about marketing, especially innovative online marketing strategies that deliver a superior brand experience—from initial acquisition through to loyal customer—and increase growth and profitability.

I am thrilled to be leading the go-to-market strategy for IBM Social Business. My team focuses on defining the market positioning, messaging, solutions, cross-brand portfolio, and the creation of valuable research and thought leadership content to shape the new definition of what defines a social business and how organizations can embrace this next information revolution in the to drive people-centric engagement for customers, employees and citizens.

Previously, I headed up the worldwide go-to-market and revenue-bearing demand generation campaign strategy for IBM’s (then) new Smarter Commerce initiative. My team was responsible for marketing B2B, Commerce & Enterprise Marketing Management solutions to meet the needs of the empowered customer. I continue to be excited to bring new digital technologies and best practices to life within the IBM Demand Generation organization through the success of thought leadership and proof-of-concept initiatives I was able to bring into fruition.

There is plenty of room for you to jump in the #socialbath with us on #socialhangout. We will bring the bubbles.

Join us! Tweet about it too. We love that. Remember, sharing is caring.

See you tomorrow on Google Hangouts 9AM PST. HERE

**Stay snarky my friends!**

, , , , , , , , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.