As Jeremiah Owyang says, Blogs are NOT Important. But, the conversations taking place on blogs are very important to your business.
Conversations have two roles – Talking and Listening. Blogs have two roles – Author and Audience. Maybe you’re thinking about publishing a blog for your company. Maybe you’ve decided against it. Either way, if you want to stay ahead, you should at least be part of the audience.
If you’re like me, there isn’t enough time in the day to read all these blogs with the hope that I may find something important to my business. However, there are solutions. Most of them are free. If used right, they are time savers.
On Thursday, May 18th, you have the opportunity to find out how to use these tools to track blogs and social media for what’s being said about:
- Your Company
- Your Clients
- Your Competition
- Your Industry
Building Business Relationships Using Social Software is a three-hour workshop designed to equip you with a blog “hearing aid,” allowing you to build stronger relationships with your customers and colleagues.
There are three sessions to choose from: 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM, or 5:30 PM. The cost is only $25. There are discounts available if you bring clients or colleagues.
Don’t miss this workshop. As blogging continues to grow (it doubles every six months), a workshop like this will cost $100. In the interim, you may have missed some great opportunities to build strong business relationships.
Registration is just a few clicks away. Start Here and Now. Don’t W.A.I.T.
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