iAcquire Hires Gabriella Salas as Associate Director of Content Strategy

iAcquire (www.iacquire.com) announced the appointment of a top talent to further strengthen its content marketing division. Gabriella Salas has joined the agency as Associate Director of Content Strategy. Reporting to Tom Harari, iAcquire’s Director of Strategy, Salas will articulate the vision for content strategy as an integral piece for clients, internally at iAcquire, and to the broader digital marketing community.

“Gabriella’s appointment is part of our continued evolution at iAcquire. Her experience as an in-house content strategist further bolsters our agency’s content marketing solutions,” notes Jay Swansson, Co-CEO at iAcquire. “She will be a major asset in maintaining and growing our brand publishing division within iAcquire.”

Salas joins iAcquire from Adorama, where she was responsible for digital content strategy for the Adorama Learning Center and Adorama TV. She led the company’s editorial planning, guidelines and production, while leveraging analytics to get to the core of improving the company’s content distribution and creation. Prior to Adorama, she served as Digital Content Strategy Lead at Lomographic Society International in Vienna, Austria. In this role, she served as the in-house lead for web and print content.

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