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John Foley Jr. Named to “The 100 Most Influential CMOs List”

Monday, November 07, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

WILMINGTON, Mass. – John Foley, Jr., CEO/CMO of interlinkONE and Grow Socially, was named as one of the most influential Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) on Richtopia’s list "The 100 Most Influential CMOs," published on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016.

The list was populated based on Klout Scores, social media analytics that rate users with a numerical value between 1 and 100 according to their online social influence, as well as various metrics gathered from Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

“It’s an honor to be ranked among some of the best and brightest CMOs from across the globe. I continuously encourage my clients to be active on social media because of the many benefits it can provide their company, and being ranked on this list reinforces my certainty that social media is a powerful tool for helping organizations gain exposure,” remarked Foley who was among CMOs including Beth Comstock, Vice-Chair of General Electric, David Edelman, CMO of Aetna, Inc., and Jeremy Burton, CMO of Dell.

Grow Socially, founded by Foley in 2010, is a marketing consulting company with a mission to boost sales for organizations through lead generation activities including inbound and content marketing, social media, and print mediums. Services include strategic plans, content marketing solutions, website development, and business transformation consulting to help organizations get on a path toward long-term, sustainable success. Grow Socially’s parent company, interlinkONE, founded by Foley in 1996, provides cloud-based marketing solutions to generate actionable sales leads.

To view The 100 Most Influential CMOs list visit ilink.me/Top10.


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