Carlos Gil is a first-generation Latino marketing executive, best-selling author of “The End of Marketing: Humanizing Your Brand in the Age of Social Media and AI,” international keynote speaker, and award-winning digital storyteller with over a decade of experience leading social media strategy for global brands including LinkedIn, Winn-Dixie, Save-A-Lot, and BMC Software.
Carlos’ work has featured by Harvard Business Review, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Social Media Examiner in addition to dozens of trade publications.
Presently, in addition to being a contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine and Author for LinkedIn Learning, Carlos is the CEO and Founder of Gil Media Co., a Los Angeles based marketing firm which works with Fortune 500 clients including DocuSign, Western Union, Keller Williams, Hertz, Kay Jewelers, and Zales.
As a dynamic and charismatic speaker, Carlos Gil speaking pedigree includes bilingual keynote speeches for clients across the United States, Europe, and South America in addition to presenting at prominent marketing industry events such as Social Media Marketing World.
Carlos is also an Advisory Board member for Hispanicize, the largest U.S. Hispanic marketing conference, and diversity event.
Before working in corporate brand marketing, Carlos founded JobsDirectUSA.com as a result of a layoff in the financial services industry. Leveraging strong entrepreneurial acumen, Carlos raised awareness for his start-up through social media.
CNNMoney and other news media featured Carlos’ start-up in addition to being recognized by Fast Company in 2010 among the Top 50 “Most Influential People Online.”
Each keynote is carefully crafted for the client by Carlos Gil, with the audience in mind, in order to create a memorable experience for attendees
Humanizing Your Brand in the Age of Social Media and AI
Social networks are the new norm, and traditional marketing is failing in today’s digital, always-on culture. Businesses across the world have to face up to how they remain relevant in the choppy waters of the digital ocean.
In an era where a YouTube star gets more daily impressions than Nike, Coca-Cola, and Walmart combined, traditional marketing as we know it is dead.
The End of Marketing revolutionizes the way brands, agencies, and marketers should approach marketing. From how Donald Trump won the American presidency using social media and why Kim Kardashian is one of the world’s biggest online brands, through to the impact of bots and automation, this presentation will teach you about new features and emerging platforms that will engage customers and employees.
Discover bold content ideas, learn from some of the world’s largest brands and content creators, and find out how to build smarter paid-strategies, guaranteed to help you dominate your markets.
The End of Marketing emphasizes that no matter how easy it is to reach potential customers, the critical relationship between brand and consumer still needs the human touch.
Learn how to put ‘social’ back into social media and claim brand relevancy in a world where algorithms dominate, organic reach is dwindling, and consumers don’t want to be sold to, they want to be engaged.
Facebook’s latest algorithm changes have sparked concern for brand and Facebook page managers-many of whom fear that their organic reach will plummet thanks to a new prioritization of interactions with family and friends.
While marketers today blame their woes including depressed organic reach and engagement on Facebook itself (“It’s Mark Zuckerberg’s fault!”) the fact remains that Facebook is one of the most powerful marketing tools on the planet – more than Google.
In this master class, you will get a detailed look into the new updates, discover how to leverage Facebook’s suite of tools & features, and learn proactive steps you can immediately take to reclaim organic reach.
We will also do live Facebook page audits as a group, and you will walk away with a checklist that you can implement immediately back at the office.
Between DJ Khaled, Kylie Jenner, and Jake Paul, today’s most prominent brands on social media are not Walmart or Nike but instead people also known as “creators.”
As traditional brands continue to experience depressed organic reach and plummeting engagement, marketers are scrambling for answers on how to stay relevant.
In this session, you’ll get an entertaining yet detailed look into the state of social media and proactive steps you can immediately use to not only survive but thrive on Facebook now and beyond.
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