Cece Salomon-Lee

Cece Salomon-Lee has over 15 years experience building and implementing successful communications and marketing strategies for Fortune 500 and technology companies. She is currently the Director of Product Marketing, Lanyon Solutions, Inc

Cece has a unique ability to translate innovative technology into cohesive and successful campaigns that cross from public relations and marketing to social media and virtual events. She has been an active participant in the emergence of the virtual events industry, originally in her roles with technology pioneers ON24 and INXPO and previously as a consultant with the Virtual Edge Institute.

Quoted in the media and industry speaker, she is a recognized expert in public relations, customer communications, executive visibility, analyst relations, social media and virtual events. She is the author of the PR Meets Marketing blog and former contributor to the Virtual Edge Institute and EXPOOnline.

About PR Meets Marketing

Originally launched in 2007 to explore the intersection of public relations and marketing, this blog has evolved to highlight Cece’s thoughts on how to attract and delight customers through content, video and social media marketing. The blog has been ranked on several prominent PR lists.

Full Disclosure: Opinions, strategies and ideas expressed on this blog are my own and are not representative of my company’s, Lanyon Solutions, Inc.  

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11 thoughts on “Cece Salomon-Lee

  • January 26, 2009 at 17:31
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    BTW…not trying to sell you anything at all. Have some very cool technology that I thought it would make sense to give you access to.

    Thanks!

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  • January 21, 2009 at 23:27
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    Hey Cece,

    I found this site by running some analytics for one of our clients on Black Friday. I think it would make sense to chat if you have some time, own a proprietary technology that compliments what you are doing on this blog, extremely well. Please email me if you’d like to set up some time to chat.

    Best,
    Scott

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  • December 16, 2008 at 19:14
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    Thanks Sana – but if you checked, that while this is a competitive solution to one provided by my company, the show isn’t relevant to what i’m interested in – how this provides an interesting point from a PR and marketing perspective. As such, I took off the link to the show. Cece

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  • December 16, 2008 at 19:00
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    Hi Cece
    Sorry to leave a comment but since I didnt see an email either I wanted to ask you to check out our virtual show eComXpo 2009 at ecomxpo.com since you had expressed an interest in virtual shows.
    Registration is absolutely free and we have an exciting show lined up with some fantastic speakers.

    Please do spread the word around and we hope to see you at the show.

    Best,
    Sana

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  • April 4, 2008 at 13:47
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    Hi Cece –
    So you’re going to Blogger Social, huh? I saw that you’re interested in comin to brunch on Sunday; send me your contact info and I’ll give you the scoop!
    Cheers,
    Ryan Barrett

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  • March 11, 2008 at 20:48
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    Hi Cece,

    I don’t see an email contact so apologies but I see you are going to the blogger-social as am I. I also have a great opporunity at ad:tech in San Fran I’d like to speak to you about. Please ping me so I can tell you more about it.

    Thanks,

    mchale

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  • November 27, 2007 at 00:12
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    Hi Cece
    Sorry to leave a comment, but I don’t see an email contact anywhere. Want to point you towards an interesting site without spamming you.
    thanks

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  • August 30, 2007 at 05:55
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    Why don’t you reveal your name in the “About” page?

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  • August 30, 2007 at 05:49
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    You misspelled “tchotchke.”

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