Brian Carter

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Brian Carter
Born (1973-07-15) July 15, 1973 (age 41)
Dayton, Ohio, Ohio
Nationality American
Other names Brian Benjamin Carter
Alma mater Miami University
Occupation Author, speaker, marketer

Brian Carter is an American author, speaker, marketer and comedian.

He is the author of three Internet Marketing books: The Like Economy, the bestseller Facebook Marketing (3rd ed.), and LinkedIn For Business, all published by Que Publishing, an imprint of Pearson Education.

Carter co-founded the now defunct company TweetROI, a Twitter advertising service, in 2008.[1] He performed what may have been the first Twitter standup comedy concert in November 2008, and used Twitter and YouTube to broadcast his comedic characters in 2009.[2]

Carter is a respected source of information and trends on marketing with Google[3] and Facebook. He was quoted in the book Twitter Marketing For Dummies.[4] His opinion is frequently sought and he has been interviewed by media including ABC News,[5] Bloomberg Television[6] and Forbes.[7]

Carter is a keynote speaker listed with the High5 Speakers Bureau[8] and Executive Speakers Bureau.[9]


  • Carter, Brian (2004). Powerful Body, Peaceful Mind: Healing Yourself With Foods, Herbs, and Acupressure. San Diego: ISBN 1-591-13601-6. 
  • Carter, Brian (2011). The Like Economy: How Businesses Make Money With Facebook. Indianapolis, Indiana: Que Publishing. ISBN 0-789-74906-8. 
  • Carter, Brian (2011). Facebook Marketing: Leveraging Facebook's Features for Your Marketing Campaigns (3rd Edition). Indianapolis, Indiana: Que Publishing. ISBN 0-789-74113-X. 
  • Carter, Brian (2012). LinkedIn for Business: How Advertisers, Marketers and Salespeople Get Leads, Sales and Profits from LinkedIn. Indianapolis, Indiana: Que Publishing. ISBN 0-789-74968-8. 


  1. ^ Lydia Dishman. "Find a 'Tweet' Deal on Advertising". Entrepreneur Magazine. Retrieved 2009-08-31. 
  2. ^ Jennifer Moline. "Q&A With Fuel Interactive's Brian Carter: An SEO Pro And So Much More". InformationWeek. Retrieved 2009-03-10. 
  3. ^ Amir Efrati. "The Price of Unwanted Ad Clicks". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2011-01-12. 
  4. ^ Kyle Lacy. "Twitter Marketing For Dummies". For Dummies. Retrieved 2011-03-29. 
  5. ^ Amanda Carey. "Facebook to Require New Timeline Profile". Forbes. Retrieved 2012-01-25. 
  6. ^ "Author Brian Carter on Facebook's Mobile Ads". Bloomberg TV. Retrieved 2012-12-03. 
  7. ^ Dan Schawbel. "Use Your Facebook Timeline Profile for Your Career". Forbes. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  8. ^ "Brian Carter". High5 Speakers Bureau. Retrieved 2012-07-03. 
  9. ^ "Brian Carter". Executive Speakers Bureau. Retrieved 2012-07-03. 

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