Happy tenth trip around the sun to us! A decade ago Beth Trejo started this digital marketing agency that's evolved into so much more than just running social media campaigns for companies. We're a creative agency born in Iowa and growing up globally. We're made up of a team of conversation starters that thrive off of growing human connections the digital world. We sat down with Beth to get the inside scoop on where she started, where she's going and the driving force behind Chatterkick's brand. 

Part One 

When Beth started Chatterkick, social media was just breaking into the marketing scene. She decided to take the online world and connect it with the offline world and that is how we were born! 

In part one of our Q&A session, Beth tells us her ideas behind Chatterkick, advice that she would give her younger self, her biggest accomplishment so far, and how she starts her days as a CEO (☕️ of course). 


Part Two 

A CEO who doesn't have a day-to-day workflow? That's what happens when every day is different!

Here Beth tells us what her days are like, a hobby she would like to get back into, what she would change about Chatterkick and how we've evolved as a company over the past decade. 

Part Three 

Advice advice advice!

Listen as Beth shares advice on starting your own business, the best advice she's ever received and how to teach your children about social media usage. 


We know we're biased but we think our CEO is the best of the best. Beth paves the way for our team to expand our knowledge, express our minds creatively and tap into abilities we didn't know we had all while helping our clients drive their social strategies forward. She's a leader in the digital marketing space and we're grateful she had the crazy idea to start up her own marketing company 10 years ago. Cheers to Beth! 🍻

Gabby Evans

Gabby comes from small-town Iowa with a passion for good conversation and a strong cup of coffee. She brings a unique background in sales and marketing and thrives at connecting with other humans and sharing their stories. With a “student first” mindset she’s always looking to master new skills and expand her creative knowledge.