Source: A Word Of Advice: Reinventing Yourself
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We all know you can use video for marketing your business but have you ever thought of it as a productivity tool? I hate being on camera so, so much. I have been doing my best to quietly avoid being filmed or having my picture taken for most of my adult life. Over the last couple of weeks however, I have become reluctantly convinced that one day we might live in a world where we all record videos as quickly and naturally as we send an email.
This revelation hit me while I was training a new team member for one of my clients. The other person is in a different hemisphere so teaching face to face obviously wasn’t feasible and neither was being on hand to support and answer questions during their working day.
Despite all these challenges, we’ve done an amazingly efficient hand over using a video recording…
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Hear hear!!!I share the same sentiments, Sir…
1 – Promoting other bloggers through reblogs and pingbacks is an awesome way to network and grow your community.
2 – WordPress has a forever growing group of bloggers blogging on every topic you can think of. Promoting new bloggers and new topics helps to spread ideas and cultures around the blogosphere.
3 – When you actively network and help promote others your readership in turn benefits. You will see incoming traffic, views, and even more special are the comments that come from actively engaging other bloggers.
4 – Promoting other bloggers effectively can give you a small break from when you are out of blogging ideas. It may also help to inspire some ideas of your own!
5 – The Reader might look like a mess of advertisement and spammy posts, but if you sift through it you can find some great nuggets of inspiration! Personal bloggers are still…
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There are many exciting things simultaneously occurring. Some that would help people learn more about the Freelance World. It is now 10:49 in the evening, the evening shower just stopped. I stepped out to check on my favorite puppy Putin Bunsoy, thinking of the events that transpired this month and thinking how these developments can help me and the rest of Filipino Freelancers.
Noted and good to know!
This week’s ‘Skim: LinkedIn finally gets a native video feature, launches Lite version of its mobile app for emerging markets, also rolls out Windows 10 app to help you stay on top of notifications; Amazon launches an Instagramesque social shopping feed, and reportedly plans a WhatsApp competitor; Facebook tests ads on Marketplace, brings an alternative News Feed to all users; the status of paid social and how your brand matches up; how an airline won the Internet; and much more…
Skim for this week’s breaking social media news!
1. LinkedIn begins offering video, and here’s why it could be a revelation
Finally, there’s a B2B social platform with video, and it’s likely to already be your go-to social network to reach prospects. LinkedIn started rolling out a new, native video feature last week on its mobile app that allows users to record and upload up to 10 minutes of horizontal…
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