Meghan Veroneau – Marketing
Meghan joined MICROS eCommerce as Marketing Coordinator in early 2011, where she is currently responsible for updating MICROS eCommerce’s social media platforms, including creating content and ensuring the timely updates of agency’s website. Meghan also manages the planning and implementation for all conferences event appearances. In a sales capacity, Meghan is responsible for managing the sales process, as well as overseeing and training of MICROS eCommerce employees on internal processes and CRM technology. Recently, she has taken on the management and development of editorial content for the MICROS eCommerce blog. MICROS eCommerce’s posted content continues to earn the additional honor of repeated recognition on several of the industry’s leading news aggregator sites.
Prior to her position with MICROS eCommerce, Meghan had multiple professional experiences that helped to hone her marketing and communication skills even further. At Comcast SportsNet in San Francisco, she focused her efforts on drafting press releases, guerrilla marketing, events management and working on an Oakland A’s Twitter hunt. While at Navy Mutual she focused on creating print and radio ads, which were eventually published and aired live in the Norfolk, VA market.
Meghan is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, with a Bachelors of Science in Marketing. While at VCU, she participated in the Da Vinci Center for Innovation, which is a semester long project involving collaboration between engineering, business, and art students who work together to create product innovation and implementation for a Richmond-based corporation; her team was responsible for creating an integrated marketing campaign for Capital One.
If you have a question regarding the Digital Compass Blog, a comment, or simply an observation, you are welcomed to contact Meghan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out Meghan’s current posts:
- Increasing Engagement on Facebook for your Hotel, Destination or Restaurant
- Instagram v. Pinterest: Where should your hotel spend its time?
- Capturing the attention of summer travelers on social media
- Tips for determining if you should join a new social media platform
- 5 Tips for Using #Hashtags Effectively
- Blogging 101: Creating Content for Your Hotel Blog
- Blogging 101: Determining if your hotel is a good fit for a blog
- Blogging 101: Five key benefits to starting a hotel blog
- Tips for Using Pictures in Your Social Media Posts
- Managing Expectations for Social Media Response Times
- Facebook Exchange: What Should You Know?
- Should Hotels Use Instagram?
- 8 Ideas for Improving your Facebook Timeline Presence
- Tips for Competing Against Airbnb
- What Visitors Notice on Your Facebook Timeline
- Making Lemonade out of Lemons: Tips for Combating Negative Reviews Online
- Paid Search 101: Why do you need it?
- Gen Y and User-Generated Content
- Hashtag Campaigns – Part III
- Hashtag Campaigns – Part II
- Pinterest Continues to Make a Splash
- Hashtag Campaigns – Part I
- Google+ Place Pages
- Pinterest and the Travel Industry
- Pop-up Hotels: The Next Big Thing?
- Five Reasons You Must Have a Mobile Site for 2012
- Controlling Your Online Reputation
- Social Media 101: Twitter Hashtags
- Facebook Deals: Ended in Infancy
- Don’t Deny Your Business the Power of Social Media
- Are You Capitalizing on Mobile Search?
- News We Noted: Facebook Sweetens the Deal for Local Businesses
- News We Noted: Facebook Launches its Latest Game Changer with the New “Send” Button