Toby Bloomberg

Consultant, Small Business Owner, and Public Speaker in Atlanta, Georgia

As president of Bloomberg Marketing, a social media consutancy, I've been recognized for my expertise in combining social media with traditional marketing values (strategy, customer insights, segmentation) while maintaining digital conversation authenticity.

My adventures in social media began in 2004 with the creation of my award winning blog Diva Marketing. I've had the pleasure of working with Fortune 100 brands and small business in both B2B, B2C, as well as, nonprofits and media. Most recently I was head of corporate social media integration for a large media company where I supported a portfolio of over 70 TV, radio and newspapers properties, talent and senior leadership in using social media as a catalyst to build stronger brand-to-audience relationship.

What ties social media together for me is helping brands tell their stories through their 3 most important stakeholders: customers, employees and the spirit of the brand. In the world of social transparency, I admit I've taken a sip or too of the kool-aid but I really do believe in this stuff.

Relaunched my business to focus on food, entertainment and life-stye brands. HOWEVER I also work with other sectors. -

Food TV! Passionate about social food TV integrating TV chefs closer to their audiences/fans. Join in Tweet Chat ~ The only chat that brings TV chefs, contestants and fans together in digital conversations. #FoodTVChat Schedule:

I'm a Yankee from Boston living in the south loving fried clams, lobster And shrimp & grits.

If you need help with your company's social strategy, TV Chefs - want to make your food TV show social endeavors more engaging ... reach out to me. In to visual communications? Check out my Pinterest Bio Board - link below.

Need a speaker on social or a customized workshop? Would <3 to work with you!

I leave you with one of my favorite Julia Child quotes that is appropriate in all aspects of life not just food.

"The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you’ve got to have a what-the-hell attitude.”

Check out Diva Foodies Tweet Chat #FoodTVChat TH 7pE |

  • Education
    • Emerson College