MarketPOWER+ Milestone: 11,000 Twitter Followers

Oceanside, CA, USA, 28th March 2013 – Jeff Cotrupe’s MarketPOWER+ page on Twitter reached 11,000 followers at approximately 7:00am PDT today. The page features a lively mix of topics, as reflected in its bio tags, including but not limited to analytics, Big Data, customer experience management (CEM), digital and mobile trends, music, news, products, research, the social sphere, software, sports, and writing. Cotrupe is not kidding himself about his follower count: “These are not Charlie Sheen numbers,” he said; “some celebrities can roll out of bed in the morning and pick up more followers than I have before breakfast.” Cotrupe often does have more followers than the companies he encounters on Twitter, which he said is gratifying, but added, “numbers do not begin to tell the story. What I value are the incredible business and personal dialogues I continue to have through Twitter. I appreciate every follower and promise to keep the page topical, relevant, and a good read.”

About Jeff Cotrupe
Jeff Cotrupe is a Global Program Director at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan, a global growth partnership company, where he conceived, designed, launched, and leads the firm’s Big Data & Analytics research and consulting practice. Cotrupe is a career product marketing manager and business development catalyst, with 15+ years’ experience leading growth initiatives across multiple products in Big Data, analytics, and business intelligence; communications software; and the Cloud. He has launched and managed 20 products and services, helping companies generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A, and capital. Cotrupe is also a CrossFit, speedwalking, and Relay For Life enthusiast; his MarketBLOG pagetop photo was shot 04/20/13 at RFL.

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2 thoughts on “MarketPOWER+ Milestone: 11,000 Twitter Followers

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