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Winners Announced for the 2017 Expert Marketing Awards

ExpertFile recognizes the best in digital marketing and online achievement

TORONTO, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ExpertFile, the world's first expert marketing platform built for organizations announced the 2017 Winners of its "Expert Marketing Awards." These awards recognize the achievements and best practices of knowledge-based organizations in promoting their thought leaders.

Awarded by the ExpertFile editorial team, the Expert Marketing Awards demonstrate some of the most innovative approaches in areas such as digital marketing and expert talent development to drive market visibility, brand reputation and audience engagement.

"While we feature some of the most outstanding faculty, researchers and corporate experts all over the world, it's also important to recognize the ground-breaking work that marketing teams are doing to showcase these experts," said Peter Evans, Co-Founder & CEO of ExpertFile.

"This year's lineup was truly exciting as we had organizations whose work was also recognized for industry awards such as the Webbys and the Bulldog Reporter Digital/Social Awards. Congratulations to all the 2017 winners."

With so many great achievements over the past year, it wasn't easy selecting this year's winners. These organizations represent a diverse cross-section of corporate, higher education, association and nonprofit clients. Each have had success by focusing on the development and promotion of their most important asset - their experts.

The 2017 Expert Marketing Award winners are:

Best Newsroom Award: Wake Forest University
www.news.wfu.edu/experts

Best Design Award: ExpertWomen.ca
www.expertwomen.ca

Performance Award: Loyola Marymount University
newsroom.lmu.edu/contact-our-experts

Cross-Channel Programs Award: International Federation of Ageing
www.ifa-fiv.org/expert-centre

Talent Development Award: IDC Canada
www.idc.ca/analysts/ExpertCentre.jsp

A more detailed list of the 2017 Award Winners and an overview of case studies profiling the work of these organizations can be seen here.

http://blog.expertfile.com/2017-expert-marketing-award-winners/

About ExpertFile

ExpertFile (www.expertfile.com) is the world's first expert marketing platform built for organizations. Our cloud-based SaaS platform and global expert network allows organizations to better manage and promote their expert content to drive market visibility, website engagement & customer inquiries. Our clients include market leaders such as ADP, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), University Health Network (UHN), Emory University, University of California (Hastings College of the Law), Canadian Diabetes Association and Wake Forest University.

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