Brendan Gahan

Brendan Gahan

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Partner & Chief Social Officer At Mekanism

Brendan Gahan is partner and chief social officer at independent creative agency Mekanism. Gahan has been at the forefront of social and influencer marketing since 2006, was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2012 and sits on the Vidcon Advisory Board.

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Ultimately, it doesn't matter if you've got billions of dollars. You cannot spend your way out of a fundamental mistake.

A Chance Encounter With The Beatles Saved The Rolling Stones' Career. Here's What You Can Learn From It.

In all walks of content, the collaboration between like-minded creators lays the foundation for success.

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How the NBA's Bubble kept the game going - and launched new social media stars.

What Vans Can Teach Us About Influencer Marketing

Target relevance + long term collaboration = successful influencer program.

3 Keys to Growing Sales and Views on YouTube

Simple steps and key insights for tapping into YouTube's massive audience.

There's a Simple Process to Avoid Working With Influencers With Bot Followers

While fraud is something that certainly exists, I'd argue that advertisers are primarily to blame for creating it.

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