Don’t Call Me a Guru is a monthly podcast about social media strategy, from a social media strategist, featuring social media people.
The podcast originally started October 2016 with two co-hosts, Tyler Jack Butler and Linda Hoang, and as of November 2018, shifted to a single host (Linda). (We’re still best of friends—you can follow Tyler on social media @tylerjackbutler.)
About Linda Hoang
Linda Hoang is a seasoned social media strategist and one of Alberta’s most recognizable bloggers/content creators. She owns Linda Hoang Digital, where she works with clients to develop social media strategy, content plans, and delivers social media training. Her digital experience is wide ranging, from organic social media content creation to paid social media advertising, blogging, writing, website development (project management), brand building and influencer marketing. As a popular food, travel and lifestyle blogger, Linda regularly work with companies on brand partnerships, developing engaging content (blogs, social media posts, videos and photography), and helping brands achieve their goals. Linda is also the founder of the Edmonton International Cat Festival, the only event of its kind in Alberta, and was the only event of its kind in Canada when it first began in 2014.
Alberta Podcast Network
Don’t Call Me a Guru is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network. Locally Grown. Community supported. The Alberta Podcast Network builds audiences for Alberta-made podcasts and connects those listeners to Alberta-based businesses, organizations, and community partners.
- Doug Hoyer (@doughoyer, DougHoyer.Bandcamp.com) – created the Don’t Call Me a Guru music
- Rory Lee (@rorzle, RoryLeeDesign.com) – designer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru logo
- Linda Hoang (@lindork) – original co-founder and current host and producer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru podcast
- Tyler Jack Butler (@tylerjackbutler) – original co-founder of the Don’t Call Me a Guru podcast