The latest changes to Facebook have seen their fair share of criticism, with many users examining more closely the definition of “public vs. private.” Some users have been turned off enough by Facebook’s envelope pushing when it comes to privacy to go so far as to contemplate a mass Facebook exodus.
Managing your online network is critical, whether you’re looking for a job, trying to advance in your career, or you’re starting a business. Think of the Internet as a global talent pool that has more contact information than the White Pages. In fact, 80 percent of available jobs are never even advertised, with more than half of all employees finding their jobs through networking, according to BH Careers International.
There has been a debate recently over who owns the customer. The debate has lurked in the shadows of company board rooms and around the water coolers. Truthfully there is no one right answer the question. This is because, realistically every department, team and employee in the company has ownership of the customer. All of these people take part in creating a positive environment and experience for the customer.
Cisco Systems has predicted that Internet networking traffic will have quadrupled between 2009 and 2014 in its Annual Visual Networking Index Forecast. It also predicted that online video will be the primary driver of that growth.
One of our DIFY members, Emma Soy and her company Nursing Shepherd(http://nursingshepherdblog.com/) has their videos at the number one and two spots on Google Video rankings. This is what can happen when you have DIFY working for you!
Have a Linked-In account but don’t know how to use it as a marketing tool? Well then read on as having an idle account will do no good and you will miss out on the opportunity. As we all know Linked-In is a professional networking site that brings together entrepreneurs and professionals from various fields. With most people logging for job related information and updates, this sites works as a good platform to advertise and market your business.
What is advertising? Wikipedia states it as follows – Advertising is a form of communication intended to persuade its viewers, readers or listeners to take some action; it usually includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume that particular brand. Hence, the purpose of advertising is to persuade customers to buy the product or service advertised, right?