There are some good tips on using Social Media effectively here, in this case study of Linkedin.com. This was presented in Los Angeles on April 17, 2015, and perhaps will also be presented at a future workshop to help us get better acquainted with platforms that allow us to network with other professionals like ourselves.
We want to hear from you about Linkedin. What are you finding that makes recruiters want to recommend you? Are you finding jobs without the premium membership? What are your experiences with the platform compared to other job related social media? We’d like to hear from you.
Are you using Social Media to help you get a job? If so, how are you doing it? If not, what are your reasons?
We’d like to hear from you as we plan our April workshop in Los Angeles on Social Media.
See the info here and let us know your thoughts.
The diagram here is from eMarketer, showing the Worldwide Social Network users in 2015 by continent. Clearly, this is not a fad.
Here’s some research we will discuss at the workshop.
Teens are using Social Networks, even if they tell you that Facebook is no longer relevant to them.
Here’s my resume, which you may want to use as a template for building your personal profile.
What if all of the social network users worldwide could unite on one idea and make some really permanent positive change in the world? See the chart here from eMarketer and notice who is using social media networks. It is everywhere, and we are just beginning to use it to accomplish big change. If 2 billion people have a voice that was unlocked until now, what do you think will be the outcome in just a few years from now?
I intend to be around. And the 80% who will be accessing these on mobile devices are not even being addressed with responsive design by most organizations yet. So, we’re on the right track.
Follow along and learn with us.
If you already are “in the know” they read no further. Most of us feel that we need to know more about these topics in today’s very fast changing world. If you want to learn more about how Mobile Marketing and Social Media will change your life, or your business, or both, you can enroll in this online class now.
National University seeks to help the adult learner sharpen skills that can be applied right away, in a one month one course format. Find our more on your schedule, as we have many classes that you may find valued and relevant.
Here’s just one fast example: How many times a day do most people check their mobile phones? (Hint: A lot) The answer is below.
Want to know more about our classes and faculty? There’s plenty on this page, and the website www.nu.edu, and we’re also featuring some of our instructors on the Mobile Marketing YouTube Channel, featuring Michael Becker, one of the leading authorities on Mobile Marketing and author of “Mobile Marketing for Dummies.”
Answer: The MMA says that the average person checks their mobile phone about 150 times a day.
If you own a smart phone, you’re on your way to become a mobile marketing consumer. Don’t just stop there, spend some time considering what is being marketed to you, by whom and why? Perhaps you want to join the hundreds of thousands of people working in the area of mobile marketing or social media. This is a good place to learn more about the future Area of Specialization at National University. We’ll post stories about our students, our staff, our faculty, and what they are learning. And we’ll certainly welcome your comments as well.
Did you attend the Social Media Workshop on June 16, 2012? We’d like to hear from you if you did. We’re planning some follow up workshops and providing you with fresh and relevant content is important to us.