Public Speaking by Kelly Waffle
Kelly Waffle heads up Digital Strategy at Hinge, the leading research-based branding and marketing firm for professional services. In addition, he leads the engagement efforts for the Hinge Research Institute—helping clients use research to grow and be more profitable. He is also co-host of Hinge’s The Visible Expert Podcast.
A well-known practitioner and thought leader in Account-Based Marketing (ABM), Kelly has been recognized by Onalytica as a Top 50 Martech Global Influencer. He has won awards with Eloqua (now Oracle) and Marketo (now Adobe) for his marketing automation expertise. A prolific writer and speaker, he has tens of thousands of followers on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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What are others saying?
“Kelly is a marketing automation black belt. The fact that both Marketo and Eloqua gave him awards for excellence in marketing is a rare achievement. He’s an expert at content creation and has an easy, approachable writing style. Working with him is easy and enjoyable.”
Lori Bush Shepard
Marketing Leader, Strategic Advisor, Consultant
“I had the pleasure of working with Kelly at Sourcefire where he helped build their digital marketing strategy from barely generating leads to generating millions in revenue year after year. Kelly is one of the mostly knowledgeable marketing strategists I know. In an ever changing digital marketing world Kelly has proven he knows how to create a marketing process that generates proven results.”
Marketing Technology & Marketing Operations Expert
Recent Blog Posts
- Strategy-changing B2B and Professional Services Insights from 14 Visible Experts - Part 2
- Strategy-changing B2B and Professional Services Insights from 14 Visible Experts - Part 1
- B2B Sales Enablement: Your Game Plan to Repeatable High Growth
- Why A B2B Account-Based Marketing (ABM) Strategy Must Be A Priority
- 5 Common B2B Marketing Technology (Martech) Stack Mistakes to Avoid