The BestBuzz Mission
Our mission is to build the best mobile marketing suite of tools, so that brands can easily leverage the power of mobile and reach of social to generate viral buzz from their customers.
BestBuzz is a mobile application and marketing software platform that combines the power of mobile with the reach of social to generate viral buzz. The cloud-based BestBuzz dashboard allows brands to generate word-of-mouth marketing through social media, while engaging with their loyal customers at the point-of-sale to offer dynamic and geo-targeted rewards.
BestBuzz is a mobile-play which leverages QR codes, SMS marketing, NFC technology, big data, and a multi-platform mobile application, so that a few customer scans can create thousands of high-quality, trusted impressions for the brand and generate clicks from new customers. BestBuzz’s patent-pending solutions provide new ways for brands to control and manage their message, maintain data integrity, and track and measure campaign ROI from a single dashboard.
Carrie Layne is the founder and CEO of BestBuzz, and she has been an entrepreneur since birth. She is an industry expert in online advertising, social media, mobile marketing, and digital technology with over 12 years of experience. Her passion for digital communications has evolved from a random mix of experiences that include roller derby bouts, dot-com bubbles, category 5 hurricanes, and the everyday adventures and thrills of life in a startup. Layne has been named to Dallas Business Journal’s prestigious 40 under Forty list and her company was selected as the top ten Best Places to Work in Dallas.
Life at BestBuzz
The BestBuzz offices are located in the heart of Deep Ellum, a neighborhood near Downtown Dallas, which is rich in culture and creativity. Deep Ellum is no stranger of housing innovative businesses as it was selected by Henry Ford in 1914 as the site for one of his earliest automobile plants, and is home to Mark Cuban’s Broadcast.com, which sold to Yahoo for $5.7 billion. BestBuzz also has an office in Grand Cayman, which is the location where Layne launched her first startup in 2004.