Groups are one of the most powerful systems in the world. Which ones you belong to dictates many aspects of your life and online groups such as Facebook & LinkedIn are no different.
One of the things that many small businesses say to me is that 'they haven't got time' to do social marketing in this way.
Sometimes, we can get carried away with thinking we already know it all and I've always been careful never to assume that I do. So I really do appreciate it when someone, anyone, points out to me that I could do something better. So thanks again Andy, you really, really helped me to focus on what's important AND what's not!
What could you do with LinkedIn to have a dramatic effect on YOUR business. to make a difference to YOUR business in the next 30 days?
A star is born, no really ... that's what Rob Goodwin of Champagne Video Production told me today when he did a vox pop video of me for the challenge. And what fun it was too, I got to talk about the challenge as well as the book and he's sending me a copy to … Continue reading LinkedIn Made Easy Video Star
Is it possible to change the world just one book at a time? I honestly believe so, which is why I launched a challenge to myself that started yesterday to sell 200,000 copies of my e-Book, LinkedIn Made Easy, in just 30 days - I'm on day 29 already, so the clock is ticking ..... fast!
social networking is known to work for large businesses, but what about small businesses? How do the lessons translate? The challenge to raise £400,000 for charity in just 30 days by selling the eBook, LinkedIn Made Easy, has been set.
Groups are an infinitely powerful way to connect your business to the people that need them and this project is demonstrating just how true that is.
Two days to go till D-Day. The project to sell 200,000 LinkedIn Made Easy e-Books in just 30 days starts formally on Monday 23rd November. The Information Scientist in me also needs to keep a record of what happens during this period of great change too, so I'm going to start with basic stats about … Continue reading 21st November 2009