What We're Saying
Our Sponsors
  • Platinum
  • Breather
  • Incite Group
  • Workbox
  • Tymn Urban
  • Gold
  • Swift Corporate Apparel & Products
  • Silver
  • Visual Identity
Our Upcoming Events
How to Build Trust in a Digital World

Join us for hosted hor d'oeuvres, beer & wine as we dive deep into the...

2017 AMA Annual Conference

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. This event is packed with speakers who are driving...

Personas: From Worthless to Priceless - Managing personas to make a difference

A “buyer persona" can be a powerful tool in uncovering hidden prospect...

September Soireé on the Bay

Join the AMA SF family and friends for our September Soiree on the Bay at...

Brand2Global Silicon Valley 2017

The Global Brand: Expanding In The Digital Age The 2017 Brand2Global...

Data-Driven: The Future Is Now

The volume of data has grown at unprecedented rate over the last few years. In...


By Ashley Bening, SFAMA (Interim) Blog Manager “My rule is to listen first” – Bryan Srabian On Tuesday September 20, 2011, SFAMA gathered a panel of sports marketing gurus to speak at AT&T Park in San Francisco. The elite group included: San Francisco Giants Director of Social Media, Bryan Srabian Pac-12 Chief Marketing Officer, Danette… read more

POSTED ON Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 08:29 AM

By Ashley Bening, SFAMA (Interim) Blog Manager Two ticket distributors, StubHub and Ticketmaster, are duking it out in the fight to be leaders in mobile and social innovations. These big trends are something the leaders in the digital world are taking seriously. The winners of this race are finding ways to implement these tactics into… read more

POSTED ON Monday, September 19, 2011 at 11:16 AM

by Golden Ashby, SFAMA Chair of Social Media, golden.ashby@nullsfama.org When I first started in my role at the San Francisco American Marketing Association (SFAMA), I blogged about how social media is changing how we define open source marketing. Social media marketing is being used more and more every day by companies everywhere and all top… read more

POSTED ON Thursday, September 01, 2011 at 11:21 AM