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Amber Guidry

Social Media Specialist

Amber Guidry was born and raised just south of Atlanta and completed her B.A. in Public Relations and Marketing at Georgia State University.

She started her journey in the field of marketing long before she earned her degree and hasn’t looked back since. Now, as CallRail’s Social Media Specialist, she continues to thrive in her newfound passion for technology in the SaaS field.

Outside of the office, Amber is an outdoor enthusiast. She loves hiking with her dogs Luna and Paco. She’s also fond of quiet time with a great book, writing poetry, photography and her cat, KitKit.


Celebrating #PrideMonth at CallRail

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on June 28, 2019

Happy Pride! Pride Month is celebrated each year in June, honoring the historic 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan. Fifty years ago today, trailblazers at the Stonewall Inn took a stand against brutality, discrimination, and oppression. These riots were pivotal to the gay rights movement, catapulting the fight for equality to the political front lines —…

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Top must-follow Twitter chats for inbound marketers

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on June 11, 2019

Twitter chats are an easy way to network and build industry connections without the cost of a conference pass or even having to leave your desk. Additionally, they provide a platform for amplification and establishing authority in the industry, giving your company an edge in the thought leadership process. Even with the recent decline, Twitter…

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#NationalSmallBusinessWeek: Our ATL favorites

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on May 10, 2019

Though they are small — small businesses are a big deal. According to the United States Small Business Administration (SBA), more than 50 percent of Americans either own or work for a small business. The SBA also notes that small businesses create about 2 out of 3 new jobs in the U.S. each year, powering…

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How to develop a visual strategy for social media

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on January 8, 2019
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If you’ve worked in marketing for any length of time, you know just how important it is to have a strong, cohesive brand identity. These days, your brand — and its visual identity — are just as important as the product you’re selling. And with the high expectations of today’s average consumer, a visual strategy…

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Women In Tech: Tameka Hughes, Sr. Customer Success Manager

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on April 6, 2018
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According to Girls Who Code, 74% of young girls express interest in STEM fields but only 26% of computing jobs are held by women. In our Women in Tech series, we dig into what drives some of our most driven employees to lead successful tech careers. Although Spring has technically arrived, the grey clouds, fierce…

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What is the marketing funnel?

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on February 22, 2018
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The marketing funnel is a visual model of the customer journey, beginning with awareness of your product or service and (ideally) ending with post-sale evangelism. It outlines the process of turning your leads into customers, breaking down each stage of their journey with your brand. The stages of the marketing funnel most commonly look like…

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What is Inbound Marketing?

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on November 16, 2017

What is Inbound Marketing? Inbound marketing is the process of persuading the buyers to come to you—it’s where we as marketers meet our audience and engage with them on their own terms. In short, inbound marketing is a modern, data-driven approach with many facets that work in tandem to attract people to your brand, which…

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Why You Need a Customer Appreciation Strategy

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on October 25, 2017

Team CallRail had the pleasure of attending and sponsoring HubSpot’s 2017 INBOUND Conference and we’re still reeling from their killer lineup. If you’re wondering — yes, Michelle Obama’s discussion lived up to the hype, not to mention other stand-out discussions with Issa Rae, Brit Marling, Elaine Welteroth and more. Did you miss out on the show? Check…

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