What we do

Admosis has a deep knowledge of social advertising and how it works. Admosis is focused on building relationships between brands and customers. We approach social advertising with equal parts creativity and science, and we have a very thorough process.

How we work

We partner with brands, agencies, and advertising platforms. We leverage a variety of tools to facilitate our work and we choose the mix of tools and platforms based on our clients’ needs.

Who we are

The Admosis leadership team is passionate about social media advertising and we come from both brands and agencies.
We work hard, play hard and love what we do.

Caitlin Angeloff

Caitlin Angeloff

Principal and Co-Founder

Prior to helping Bing launch their social advocacy program, Caitlin served as Marketing Director at the social strategy firm Ant’s Eye View, growing the firm’s brand awareness and social presence while advising clients such as Pemco, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Full Circle Farm and others.

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Brooke Angles

Brooke Anglés

Principal and Founder

Brooke created the largest, most successful Facebook branded fan acquisition campaign garnering 1M “likes” in 5 weeks. She previously managed digital interaction for Song/Delta Air Lines and has worked with a variety of clients such as the NFL, TD Ameritrade, and Adobe.

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Tara Newton

Tara Newton

Managing Director

Tara helped build one of the country’s largest integrated social media agencies, Banyan Branch (now Deloitte Digital) from the ground up. She drove the social strategy and oversaw execution for major clients in the health & beauty and alcoholic beverage verticals.

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Ellyce Shulman

Ellyce Shulman

Client Services

Prior to joining Admosis, Ellyce managed Expedia’s email marketing strategy for North America, including the popular groupon Getaways program. Before that, Ellyce worked with Coscto on digital marketing, creating a multi-channel customer acquisition experience.

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