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Mar 8, 2017

Bill Belew has been an educator for most of his adult life. He founded a language school in Japan that grew to establish locations on two of Japan's main islands and eventually in Far East Russia (then part of the Soviet Union). He also taught university in Japan and he was invited to be a visiting scholar in Khabarovsk, Russia, which opened the door for his school in that country.

Bill has taught community college, college, graduate school. and marketing in an MBA program from Buffalo, NY to Silicon Valley here in the states. With his two degrees – a PhD in Education and an MFA in Creative Writing - if Bill knows anything, it’s that he can teach you!

Bill has written several books: Living English, Let’s Communicate, The Key, and Gee, I Wish I Had Been Drinking At The Time. Bill’s latest title, Marketing With Social Media, is currently being promoted by Kendall Hunt Publishing to ALL of the MBA marketing programs in the United States and was recently adopted by a school with over 17,000 students.

Bill began blogging in March of 2006. His sites garnered enough traffic over the years that eventually other major sites asked him to write for them ... then corporations from Shanghai to San Francisco to NYC started asking him, "How'd you do that?"

Bill has been pulled into consulting, another word for teaching, and now works with companies at all stages, from startups to major enterprises. Bill has created the largest private online forum devoted to content and inbound marketing - forum.billbelew.com - where he says, "I can teach more people" and "Maybe I can answer the same questions less often."

This Bill Belew did NOT dress the king.

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