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Aliza Freud

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Aliza Freud is the CEO of SheSpeaks Inc. (www.shespeaksinc.com) an award-winning user content platforms that connect influencers to brands to create and amplify compelling content. SheSpeaks helps companies like P&G, L'Oreal, American Express and Citibank build powerful user content that reaches millions of consumers via paid and earned media. Prior to founding SheSpeaks and Ms. Freud was an executive at American Express where she led worldwide brand innovation initiatives. Ms. Freud lives in New Jersey with her husband, two daughters and yellow Labrador Retriever.

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  • Amazon: CPG Friend Or Foe? in Marketing: CPG on 01/09/2017

    Amazon's growth and emergence as a retail powerhouse are undeniable. They are one of the top 10 retailers in the world with annual revenue of over $100 billion. A significant force in the retail space, Amazon is setting its sights on selling a lot more CPG products in 2017.

  • Millennial Moms (And Dads) Bringing Back The Art Of Couponing in Engage:Moms on 12/30/2016

    Over the last 40 years, it was not uncommon to see moms (and increasingly dads) huddled around kitchen tables, scissors in hand, clipping out all those little squares of savings known as coupons. From penny savers to local newspapers, budget-minded families made coupons a part of every shopping trip. It seems that Millennials learned a lot from their parents as they are now keeping couponing alive, but in a much more tech-savvy way.

  • Moms Prefer Goals To Resolutions in Engage:Moms on 12/23/2016

    It's the dawn of a New Year. And it's that time of year when people start to think about New Year's resolutions. Well, maybe not everyone!

  • 2017 The Year of Consumer Content Experts in Marketing: CPG on 12/12/2016

    Attention Marketing grew out of the rise of social media and smartly suggests that rather than interrupting the consumer and using SEM, SEO, banner ads, mobile ads, etc., brands have an opportunity to utilize social media to capture consumer's attention and channeling this attention to the brand's products when the consumer has a genuine interest in buying.

  • Mom's Mindset This Holiday Shopping Season in Engage:Moms on 11/25/2016

    Let's be clear, this holiday shopping season still has the "hangover" effect of the election to endure. In a survey that we fielded two days after the Presidential Election, over 45% of moms indicated that the results of this election put the U.S. on the wrong path for the future, and 15% of moms surveyed said that they would spend less this holiday shopping season as a result of Trump's win.

  • Mom Testing Facebook Live  in Engage:Moms on 10/28/2016

    It's a Friday in September and influencers Audrey McClelland & Vera Sweeney are standing in front of a huge "Paw Patrol" display at a Toys R Us on Long Island.

  • Millennial Moms (And Dads) Bringing Back The Art Of Couponing in Engage:Moms on 10/07/2016

    Over the last 40 years, it was not uncommon to see moms (and increasingly dads) huddled around kitchen tables, scissors in hand, clipping out all those little squares of savings known as coupons. From penny savers to local newspapers, budget-minded families made coupons a part of every shopping trip. It seems that Millennials learned a lot from their parents as they are now keeping couponing alive, but in a much more tech-savvy way.

  • Should Beauty Brands Worry About The #NoMakeUp Movement? in Engage:Moms on 09/23/2016

    In late August at MTVs Video Music Awards, Alicia Keys showed up to present the Best Male Video Award as well as honor Martin Luther King Jr. Keys appeared at the event sans makeup and the internet took notice. Tens of thousands of tweets appeared both encouraging as well as rebuking Keys' decision.

  • How Consumers Can Help Brands Overcome Ad Blocking in Marketing: CPG on 09/12/2016

    In 2006, I worked for the CMO of American Express. One day, to an assembled group of marketing team members, he said, "The advertising and marketing industry is at a crossroads. We know that we are spending more money on our ads than before yet our audience reach is dropping significantly because people can skip past our ads."

  • Don't Discount The Influence Of Moms in Engage:Moms on 08/29/2016

    Last week, an article from a trade headlined, "Is the Mommy Blog Dead?" went viral. The article has two perspectives on the question of: "Is the Mommy Blog Dead?" One of the perspectives comes from a former mom blogger turned influencer agency founder. Her contention is, in short, that "mommy" bloggers did not evolve and they no longer have credibility or influence. Oh, and more often than not, they do not disclose properly about sponsored blog content.

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  • A Gorilla In Our Midst: Western Lowlands And The Social Media High Life by Barbara Lippert (Mad Blog on 06/02/2016)

    Well said and thank you for taking the time to say it. What's very disturbing is the fact that negativity toward women has permeated every aspect of our lives -- especially on social media where everything from our appearance to our parenting to our professional lives has become fodder for hurtful and insensitive comments. I think women need to stand up for one another and fight back against this negativity. I wonder if women would support a movement committed to curbing prejudicial or insensitive commentary about women online?   

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