Video: Practical Social Networking – LinkedIn and Facebook

While the rest of America celebrated the end of summer with the traditional Labor Day Holiday, Jim Carrillo and I spent a fun morning creating some ‘teaser’ videos on YouTube to showcase our Practical Social Networking webinar series.

Each video offers a brief introduction to the full one-hour free webinar.

This Wednesday we’ll be giving practical advice on the best ways to start using LinkedIn and Facebook — the gold standard of Social Networking. These offer the most effective vehicles to build your online network of business contacts and personal relationships. In the second part in the series of five webinars on Practical Social Networking, we’ll give a condensed, practical introduction to these two websites.

Here are just some of the things you will learn in the webinar:

– When you should to use LinkedIn or Facebook
– A precise strategy to become known as an expert online
– A step-by-step guide to starting your own Group
– LinkedIn and Facebook power user tips
– Much, much more

Check out the video to find out more details. Click here to register for this free webinar.

If you are interested, we created the video with the following tools:

  • GoToMeeting – to coordinate the slides and provide dial-in for us to participate from remote locations.
  • ReplayRadio – to record the audio.
  • PowerPoint – to create the slides which were then saved as .jpg files.
  • Audacity – to edit the sound file.
  • Windows Movie Maker – to create the finished video.

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Hi Ian, from Belmont ! Crept in under the radar.Would have said hello before and tried to catch your next NSA meeting however we go tomorrow.Had a great time,saw the Giants win,did Lake Tahoe, Sausilito, etc.It must be tough living here!Keep up the good work, Jim from Bath,UK



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