- car crash carnage in ecademy
- Ecademy or LinkedIn – which is better for business?
Ecademy or LinkedIn – which is better for business?
I know that ecademy is loved by its members, unfortunately many of us/you dismiss LinkedIn as being for CV or recruitment, but not for doing business.
Less than 2 weeks ago I simultaneously places an advert in marketplace and posted in LinkedIn about a webinar I was running. The content was almost identical with one exception – the link.
On ecademy the view rate was listed as 372, however suffice to say we had over 300 registrations with less than 4 from ecademy as a source.
Suffice to say the webinar was a huge success with the twitter stream busy with chatter about the content, which is great promotion for the next event. I don’t know when that will be I need to start planning now. What I do know is – if you write off LinkedIn for business development then you are missing an important and engaged auduence
- What Makes a Small Business Sink or Swim?
What Makes a Business Sink or Swim?
With an increasing percentage of the workforce now being employed in smaller businesses, SME’s and owner managed businesses are an increasingly important factor in any modern economy. Unfortunately not all start-ups or smaller business survive beyond 4 years of operation. So what is the difference between success & failure?
- How to improve your meetings
How to improve your meetings
It does not matter if we work for small or large firms, the one sure guarantee is that part of our role involves participating in meetings. The more senior we become, the more meetings we attend.
The webinar we ran today reminded me of the wasted time that many of us endure during ineffective and poorly planned events.
This graphic is a great reminder of some of the key factors that can help us me more effective in our communications.