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Nick Haase

Nick Haase the founder of the Daily Hundred, an app that allows companies to engage their customers with a new social marketing approach joins Enterprise Radio and the new Mobile App Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Nick Haase discuss the following:

  • Where did the idea for the Daily Hundred come from?
  • Can you explain the difference between “top-down” marketing vs. “bottom-up” marketing?
  • How do businesses use the Daily Hundred app?
  • How can they create campaigns to direct the conversation on social media?
  • What is the incentive for the customers?

Duration: 7:48

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Nick Haase is the founder and CEO of The Daily Hundred. An online enthusiast, diehard Dallas Cowboys fan and part-time chef, Nick has always held a wide variety of interests and passions. Nick graduated in 3.5 years from Emory University in 2010 with a background in Finance, Political Science and Economics. This concept, The Daily Hundred, is one that has been with him for years and has been the impetus for his professional undertakings.

Nick has worked in private equity, and is also a successful medical device sales distributor. An accomplished leader with a reputation of working well under pressure, Nick is enthusiastic about The Daily Hundred and the impact it can have on the advertising and marketing world.

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