About

Max Stossel is an award winning poet + filmmaker, and one of the leaders of Time Well Spent, a movement to align technology with our humanity. His work consistently goes viral, has spanned across 14 languages,  has won two Webby Awards, multiple film festivals, and influenced the way digital media organizations tell the stories of mass murder in the news. 

Before entering the worlds of poetry, film & digital activism, Max was a media strategist with an extensive background in social. He ran social for Budweiser, where he drove a 3,400% increase in average engagement, before being trained by Gary Vaynerchuk and creating social strategies for Dove and several Fortune 100 brands. He has written on the subject for Quartz and The Huffington Post.

The merging of these fields allows Max to provide a compelling and fascinating perspective on modern content and culture. He is currently helping select brands tell their stories in his style via video, speaking at schools, corporations, & events and helping content-focused brands stop wasting their money and start focusing their content resources effectively.

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Thought Leadership

QUARTZ: How Will Facebook Use Our Emotional Data? - A Reaction to Reactions When Facebook swapped out the "Like" for a slew of other emotional options, Quartz reached out to Max for his take on how that shift would impact society.

QUARTZ: How Will Facebook Use Our Emotional Data? - A Reaction to Reactions

When Facebook swapped out the "Like" for a slew of other emotional options, Quartz reached out to Max for his take on how that shift would impact society.

THE HUFFINGTON POST: Social Media Sells Stuff... If You Use Your Ears When Max wrote this article in 2013, many small businesses were just beginning to use social media and struggling to understand how it could affect their bottom lines. Max wrote this straight forward step-by-step guide to selling products on social media to illustrate its value to then social-media-skeptics.

THE HUFFINGTON POST: Social Media Sells Stuff... If You Use Your Ears

When Max wrote this article in 2013, many small businesses were just beginning to use social media and struggling to understand how it could affect their bottom lines. Max wrote this straight forward step-by-step guide to selling products on social media to illustrate its value to then social-media-skeptics.