Managing Editor at Software Advice
Derek Singleton joined Software Advice after graduating from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. At Software Advice, he manages content related to the CRM software market and reports on business-to-business (B2B) marketing technologies, topics and trends.
He has a particularly strong background in online marketing and content marketing strategies designed for B2B tech companies. Derek’s work has appeared in publications such as CIO, The New York Times, Huffington Post as well a variety of tech publications, including Sandhill, SYS-CON and ZDNet.
When he's not covering B2B marketing for Software Advice, Derek can be found at one of Austin's live music venues or one of the area's lakes. He also enjoys training in martial arts, which he's been involved in for the last 20 years. And a little known fact: Derek can cook Minute Rice in 58 seconds.
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