Training

LinkedIn for busy professionals is a workshop by Virtual EyeSee

Posted by on Oct 4, 2010 in Training

This session is for people that have never signed up and are very busy to experiment have signed up but don’t see the point of it are looking for a job are looking to connect with hiring managers employers looking for great talent establish themselves as experts in their area looking to connect with a specific person for a business opportunityThis seminar is in 2 parts. The first goes through the basic features and the second goes through how to use this professional social network to hire employees expand a business network, connect with more people etc…. Part 1 Basic features...

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Social Media Week, Toronto, Navigating User Generated Content

Posted by on Feb 3, 2010 in Events, Guest speaking, Training

There is a really awesome event happening globally….Social Media Week. So Toronto, New York, London, Berlin, Sao Paulo, San Franscisco all having amazing events simultaneously at the same time. I’m here in Toronto participating in the fantastic event, at the Rivoli currently listening to Nelson Ko talk about the world ofWikis. I will be on at 3:30pm talking about Navigating User Generated Content. We will be attempting to live blog this event (dependent on the internet connection here). If you can’t make it here but do have questions please let the moderator know. She will...

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Navigating User Generated Content

Posted by on Jan 18, 2010 in Events, Guest speaking, Training

Wednesday Feb. 3rd 2010 3:30pm-6:00pm Social Media Week, Toronto Everyone has an opinion and some like to share this with others online. This sharing of information is referred to as user generated content (UGC) and can be found in places like blogs, social networks, micro blogs, forums, wikis etc. The amount of UGC is increasing rapidly and is now part of the communications/marketing mix. There are many advantages to this kind of content as it creates a knowledge base encourages people to move from being spectators to participants don’t need people physically present to provide an...

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Social Media Fundamentals for Business

Posted by on Jan 12, 2010 in Training

Back by popular demand, I will be offering another workshop in February, called Soical Media Fundamentals for Business. This is a half day workshop that is geared towards Government, businesses, executives or anyone wondering what this all means and how it fits into a business. This one half-day Social Media for Business teaches: History and evolution of Social Media Commonly used terms and definitions Social Networks Blogs Twitter (microblogs) Social Bookmarks Photo sharing Video sharing Podcasting Social websites Case studies Participants will leave with a good understanding on what social...

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You are nobody if you can’t be Googled

Posted by on Sep 8, 2009 in Training

I was asked to talk about LinkedIn to a group of job seekers today.  Since I only had a couple of hours to present I had a huge challenge on my hands. LinkedIn has evolved to be a very powerful social network for professionals. It is feature rich and is evolving daily. Most people don’t use it to it’s full capacity Free or paid. The other challenge is the fundamental philosophy of sharing from the younger age demographic to the “privacy” issue of the older age demographic. So when I actually thought about it I realized that “you are nobody if you can’t be...

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Social Media Summer Series

Posted by on Jul 8, 2009 in Events, Training

Summer is here, although it’s hard to believe due to all the rainy cold days we have been having lately. It’s also the time when most people take their vacations and the office is generally quite and things slow down a little. So if you are looking for some excitement how about some personal development on the social media front. We have just launched our Social Media Summer Series. Three great topics to inspire and enlighten you to embark on a social media adventure. Twitter demystified – July 14th 9:30am-noon There has been a lot of hype around Twitter lately and most...

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