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Scott Kleinberg

Social Media and Engagement Editor

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Scott Kleinberghttp://www.investmentnews.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/persbilde?Avis=CI&ID=SKleinberg&maxw=220&cci_ts=20180522135458

Scott Kleinberg was born in Brooklyn, grew up in New Jersey, went to college in Pittsburgh, spent 11 years in Chicago and then finally moved back to Brooklyn to be InvestmentNews’ social media and engagement editor. He’s been a journalist for more than 20 years, working at newspapers big and small in nearly every role from reporter to editor to designer to columnist to online, and, most recently, social media manager. Some of his proudest social media moments include being followed on Twitter by Jimmy Fallon, Yoko Ono and Melissa Joan Hart, and being called a nobody (in the best way possible) by William Shatner. Scott has also been a fixture on Chicago radio talking social media and internet trends. And he taught students on the university level as a guest lecturer. Scott and his wife were married during a Pirates-Cubs game at PNC Park and are proud puggle parents, enjoying long (leashed) walks in the park.

Recent Articles

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Good social media doesn't require magic

Apr 27, 2018

Top 5 tips to be excellent at social media — no wands, abracadabras or magic dust required

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Social media spring cleaning is a must — now more than ever

Mar 30, 2018

Those Facebook issues you keep hearing about are a top reason to pay more attention to your account settings

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Facebook changes explained: Here's what to do right now

Feb 2, 2018

When your news feed starts to look different — and it soon will — don't panic

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5 easy social media resolutions for 2018

Jan 9, 2018

Sure, there are the usual ones — leave work on time, go to the gym — but these you can actually do now

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Twitter grows from 140 characters to 280 -- what happens now?

Dec 4, 2017

Double the number of characters means better tweeting, right? Let's think about that

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