Lydia Therrien

Lydia is a Business Development Associate at BuzzFarmers and has worked as a copywriter for businesses ranging from homegrown startups to international corporations. She specializes in helping companies define, meet, and exceed their goals. Lydia knows the ins and outs of the BuzzFarmers content strategy and will work with you as a member of your team to create the best content marketing package for your budget. Contact Lydia: lydia@buzzfarmers.com or 888-851-9812 ext. 510

Posts by LYDIA

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Marketing Genius: Startup Customer Service Done Right at HipChat


Marketing Genius is a series created by BuzzFarmers to give virtual high fives to anyone who develops a unique (and brilliant) marketing idea worth talking about.


If communication leads to community, then BuzzFarmers has the strongest community known to man. We’re storytellers, so we have a lot to say (some more than others). Good discussion is at the core of the BuzzFarmers culture, and no topic is off limits.

We facilitate that discussion with one of the most popular apps in the BuzzFarmers office: the instant messenger tool HipChat. HipChat is a startup that offers free and paid private chat services for internal communication and collaboration. Unlike AIM, Google Talk, and Skype, HipChat was built for businesses.

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Marketing Genius: WhistleGPS Hits 10k Pre-Orders With Cute Dog Photos


Marketing Genius is a series created by BuzzFarmers to give virtual high fives to anyone who develops a unique (and brilliant) marketing idea worth talking about.


Everyone at BuzzFarmers is always on time, because there’s no such thing as sneaking into the office if you’re late. The second you open the door, you’ll receive a friendly – and frenzied – greeting from Napa, the office dog and housecarl (who has his own blog: Napa’s Daily Growl). Although he’s not very good at answering the phones and sleeps through our weekly meetings, his fuzzy face is a reminder that there is a world outside the workload.

As much as we love our co-workers (and I think I speak for everyone), the connection we share with our pets is one of the most important bonds we have in life. Not only do pets reduce stress after – or during – the workday, but they also motivate us to exercise. Our four-legged friends keep us healthy and active, but who’s taking care of them?

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