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10 Influential Women in Digital Marketing

There’s nothing quite like finding a remarkable woman to follow online who can teach you all about digital marketing, leadership, and being an entrepreneur. These women know how to deliver great ideas and inspiration on a variety of topics. The key is knowing who has what you’re looking for.

We came up with a list of ten incredible women for you to follow on social media. Each of these women can boost your creativity and show you what it takes to be an influencer online.

1. Maria Pinelli

Maria Pinelli is a global innovator, business advisor, strategist, entrepreneur, and mentor. A partner at Ernst and Young, Maria is well known for her experience advising clients on consumer products, retail, and technology. She excels at developing growth and marketing strategies for businesses of all sizes. Maria is also a well-known advocate for women in leadership.

“As a society, we also need to celebrate the success of female entrepreneurs to ensure there are more role models for young women to aspire to follow.” —Maria Pinelli

Follow Maria on Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

 

2. Mavis Amankwah

Mavis Amankwah is a multi-award winning businesswoman. She’s a well-known entrepreneurial coach as well as a public speaker on topics such as diversity and inclusion. Mavis works to help businesses contribute to society and reach their success through inspiration, encouragement, and motivation. Her accolades include receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018 from Lift Effects Organization as well as being a finalist for the Entrepreneur of the Year award for National Diversity.

“It takes sunshine and rain to make a rainbow. There would be no rainbows without sunshine and rain. Life throws challenges, and every challenge comes with rainbows and lights to conquer it.” —Mavis Amankwah

Find out more on Mavis’ website and don’t forget to follow Mavis on Twitter

3. Vicky Brock

Vicky Brock is an entrepreneur and blogger. She’s been named the Everywoman Innovator of the Year as well as Scotland’s Most Inspiring Business Person in 2017. Owner of the Entrepreneur Agony Aunt Blog, Vicky shares her experiences founding, growing, and building teams. She also excels at helping companies raise money and get their products to market. In addition, you can find her speaking, holding workshops, and sharing on her podcast.

“For the sake of the health of our startups, scaleups and the founders behind them, the myth of the big exit looming just over the horizon needs to be permanently put to rest.” —Vicky Brock

Follow Vicky on her Blog or Twitter.

4. Emma Rigby

Emma Rigby is a social entrepreneur best known for being the founder and CEO of Love Your DoorStep, an award-winning business and community platform. Launched in the face of the London riots in 2001, Emma’s company is dedicated to bringing communities together and putting local people in touch with local products. Her idea is to build cohesion through social media.

“Planners must recognize that the future lies in community festivals and playing fields, not chain stores and ring roads.” —Emma Rigby

Find Emma on her website or follower her on Twitter

5. Naomi Langford-Wood

Naomi Langford-Wood is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and digital marketing expert. She’s best known for her ability to demystify the subject of the internet for businesses big and small. Specializing in e-commerce, Naomi helps individuals on everything from event management to business planning, raising finance, and more. A compelling speaker and writer, you’ll find her work motivation, interesting, thought-provoking, and amusing.

“Recognizing the personality type of difficult people enables us to deal more successfully with them.” —Naomi Langford-Wood

Follow Naomi on Twitter and check out her Medium page.

6. Solvej Biddle

Solvej Biddle is an entrepreneur, businesswoman, expert speaker, and inspirational leader. The founder of Inspirational Solutions, Solvej is known for her digital marketing consulting. She’s an expert in brand optimization, business growth, fundraising, online retail, and more. She is also the CEO and founder of Content and Calm, a manufacturing and design business specializing in children’s travel products. Throughout her career, she’s won numerous industry, consumer, and entrepreneurial awards.

“If you want something different to happen, you have to do something different.” —Solvej Biddle

Follow Solvej on Twitter.

 

7. Trish Jones

Trish Jones is a marketing coach with over thirty years of experience. She’s the founder and owner of The Influential Woman, a community dedicated to helping entrepreneurial women share their message and make an impact on the world. Trish is best known as a research-oriented and practical coach for sharing your voice and perspective.

“Who told you, you couldn’t have your cake and eat it? It is possible to live a happy, fulfilled, and impactful life.” —Trish Jones

Meet Trish on her website or you can follow her on Twitter.

 

8. Gillian Hunt

Gillian Hunt is a digital marketing specialist for small businesses owners and the self-employed. She helps customers learn how to leverage their online media to attract more clients and build a successful business. She excels at blog planning, social media marketing, lead generation, email marketing, and SEO. But Gillian is best known for the five-step approach she takes to client work, which including establishing goals, meeting with the client, discovering strength, establishing marketing foundations, and implementing a marketing strategy.

“Talking is good for business.” —Gillian Hunthttps://www.gillianhunt.co/discovery-calls-are-deeper-conversations/

Discover more about Gillian on her website or follow her on Twitter.

9. Wendy Fenney

Wendy Fenney is a freelance marketer located in Staffordshire, UK. The owner of Clear Goal Marketing, Wendy has more than 20 years of experience in the digital marketing field. She’s most well known for her skills helping startups in the education and training sector. With extensive knowledge of both technical marketing products and B2B and B2C marketing, Wendy is a strategist who transcends retail, trade, and commercial industries.

“It’s important to have a plan for the next year and beyond to ensure your business is future proof. Technology moves so fast, and the opportunity for small businesses out there is immense.” —Wendy Fenney Follow Wendy on Twitter or check out her website to learn more.

 

 

10. Lilach Bullock

Lilach Bullock is a social media consultant, digital marketing mentor, and founder of Sociable.co.uk. She’s a well-known name in the world of social media and online lead generation, known for her coaching, speaking, and consultancy. She’s been named as one of Forbes Top 20 Women Social Influencers, and is considered one of the most vibrant personalities in the UK digital market. On her website, Lilach offers how-to’s, guides, content creation, website conversion, and more.

“Set realistic expectations; it takes time and effort. Don’t set yourself up for failure. Because. Results. Count.” —Lilach Bullock

Find out what she’s up to on her website or follow Lilach on Twitter.

 

 

Netanel Baruch

Netanel Baruch, an Online Marketer at Commun.it - after 3 years as a business owner as a Wedding planner, join to the worlds’ entrepreneurship with a passion for marketing and especially for content marketing. Managing the marketing activity of Commun.it, and our community on Twitter. If you have a crazy idea of how to cooperation, feel free to share with me.

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