Posts tagged ‘online’
February 11th, 2013
Get ready to rock your business
Starting February 14, I’m offering a 5-day hands-on, interactive course on Pinterest that takes you through all the steps to better understand how it works so you can boost your online marketing and social media engagement using this popular visual social network.
I’ll give you a clear breakdown of Pinterest features, the science and art of pinning, enhancing your online engagements via Pinterest, measuring the benefits out of pinning, and how to integrate Pinterest into any of your online marketing efforts.
This 5-day course is chock-full of downloadable worksheets, slideshows, and screenshots to walk you through how Pinterest works to the tools you can use to better track and measure your efforts. I’ll be there checking in on your progress and answering your questions every step of the way.
You get this interactive, self-guided course over 5 days (2/14-2/18) for only $97!
I hope you’ll join me! (And if you teach online courses, you might want to join this course to check out the Ruzuku online teaching platform). Starts February 14 – Valentine’s Day!
February 8th, 2013
[This is the 3rd blog post I've written as part of my partnership with PGi. You can read the original version on their website here. Learn more about their elegant and easy video conferencing iMeet.]
You’ve got your business plan for 2013, have set some goals to grow, are hitting the ground running, but chances are you’ve neglected a very important area for growth. You.
With all the demands of work and life, we tend to neglect the life side of the equation and even more often, ourselves.
One way to stretch your mind and expand your skills to breathe new life into work life is to include some form of more formal learning in your week. Simply put, take a class! Continuous learning may happen each day as you work, however, taking a break from the routine and immersing yourself in guided lessons can inspire and motivate you in new, even unexpected ways. Read more
May 18th, 2012
I must preface this explanation of an online scam by saying this: I’ve been online since 1987, and until yesterday, I had never fallen for an online scam. I’m mentioning this because any of us can fall prey to the constantly evolving methods of online scamming that occur, even those of us with decades of Internet experience and those of us who are in the business of helping others avoid online scams.
Now on with the scam that snagged me this week.
I love Twitter. I trust Twitter. This is relevant because I was accessing Twitter via an iPod Touch and at the log-in screen, I was invited to take a quick survey for a prize. Wow. How cool!
So I responded to three quick, innocuous multiple choice questions.
Then I got to choose a prize. WOW. A MacBook Air? No way! OK, Twitter is awesome. Of course they would offer incredibly awesome gifts.