Practical Social Networking

Jim Carrillo and Ian Griffin take a practical look at Social Networking that will help you understand how to apply the basics to your business. The biggest challenge in Social Networking is knowing where to start. Which sites should you be on? How do you begin? And once you’re there, what do you say and do?

Social networking helps businesses and individuals build trust, credibility and influence – and it offers powerful new ways to promote yourself as a job candidate, employee or business person. But the trick is getting up to speed quickly and understanding where to best spend your time for the biggest payoff.

This webinar introduces a series of five sessions being held each and every Wednesday in September at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

In this webinar series you’ll learn the practical steps you need to take to get involved in Social Media:

* Effortless ways to grow your online network
* When you should to use LinkedIn vs. Facebook
* Which social network is the most popular, and why
* How to launch a blog
* Why you’ll benefit from YouTube videos
* A step-by-step guide to podcasting
* What you need to do to get started on Twitter
* And much, much more …

Sept 2: Introduction – What is Social Media?
Sept 9: Facebook and LinkedIn
Sept 16: Websites and Blogs
Sept 23: YouTube and Podcasting
Sept 30: Twitter and Integrating Social Media

Attend one webinar or all five at no charge.

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Its truly an exciting world given how we can connect with new people, stay in touch with people we know and even build our own fan base in many respects via the internet. I am sure this will be a useful seminar for the generation that grew up without a cell phone. My, how things have changed!

One of the most important things to realize about social networking is that it really is a job – once you start, you can’t just leave it. Make sure that you have the time to put in before you open this box Pandora!

– Dr. Jim Anderson
The Accidental Communicator Blog
“Learn How To intimately connect with your audience in order to make an lasting impact in their lives.”

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