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Adams Ostrow is a speaker and Chief Strategy Officer at Mashable. Mashable was founded in 2005 by Pete Cashmore and launched from Cashmore’s home in Aberdeen, Scotland. . The British-American news website was named one of the 25 Top blogs in 2005. As of early 2013, over 3.5 million Twitter fans and one million Facebook subscribers follow Mashable. Adam is considered the second man at the company and was the second hired employee at Mashable.
Adam is a graduate of University of Maryland and was awarded his Bachelor degree in Journalism. He has, as of 2014, written over 2500 contributions for Mashable. USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications have quoted him.
At Mashable, Adam has led the development for the publisher’s platform and created the video program. He continues to expand Mashable’s syndication partners and relationships.
He is a much desired public speaker and has presented at TED, Disney, Yahoo and many other places and businesses. As of July of 2012, his TED talk, After Your Final Status Update, had been viewed over 750,000 times.
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Mashable (chief employee)
I have learned that my digital identity is very important and so is yours. Think of all the digital content that you have posted. And think how quickly the ability to post at different venues has grown. My digital footprint matters to me. I have learned this lesson and know that my digital legacy matters.
|“||Do more of what makes you happy.||”|
Adam Ostrow 's Quotes
|“||Having a simple, easy to pronounce name apparently gives you a huge edge in life .||”|
|“||I think the time has come to retire the phrase poised to take over the world unless you mean it literally.||”|
|“||Today, brands arent built just through carefully orchestrated ad campaigns or splashy publicity stunts. Perceptions are also formed through the news stories of the hour and the timely stream of online conversations about brands. Savvy marketers are retooling their communications practices to market more nimbly and take advantage of fleeting opportunities, online and off. Its the age of extemporaneous marketing.||”|