Interview with Scott Monty at 2014 NAIAS
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An Interview With Ford’s Scott Monty at 2014 #FordNAIAS

scott monty interview kelsey jones An Interview With Fords Scott Monty at 2014 #FordNAIAS Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the North American International Auto Show in Detroit as part of the Ford Blogger Experience. During the 2.5 days I was there, I learned about the technology Ford is using in its vehicles, the social trends they have identified, and how Ford vehicles can utilize technology to make driver’s lives easier.

I also got the chance to speak with social media expert Scott Monty, Ford’s head of Global Digital Communications. Scott touched on why “people” were his favorite social media tool, why Ford thinks it’s so important to interact with the blogging community, and what they are working on next:

You can see all my photos from NAIAS 2014 and the Ford Blogger Experience on Flickr.

Thanks to Ford for covering my accommodations, travel, and pass to NAIAS 2014.

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When she's not editing and scheduling posts or working with writers to make SEJ better, Kelsey Jones helps clients around the world grow their social media, content, and search marketing presence under her agency, MoxieDot. She has been working in digital marketing since 2007 and journalism since 2004. Kelsey enjoys writing and consuming all kinds of content, both in digital and tattered paperback form.
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  1. Love this article.The key thought that I keep coming back to with using social media for prospecting is that it’s like that tricky precursor stage of dating – you have to get to know someone before you flat out ask them out. (Okay, okay – you can ask someone out you’ve just met, but generally things go a lot smoother in the long-term if you actually *know* something about them first besides the fact that you think they’re cute).