Digital Marketing Training
It used to be easy to jump on plane and attend a professional development training course somewhere in the world. Now, with the pandemic still out there and so little known about the disease, it’s terrifying. Especially for high risk folks. As a result, mostly by necessity, online training has gone mainstream. Even my mother-in-law,…Read More
If you’re comparing online training vs classroom training to win budget or resources for online training initiatives at your organization, I have some good info to help you build your business case. When it’s done right, online training — which knowledge transfer through virtual instructor-led, self paced online courses — in many ways is actually…Read More
In digital marketing, content marketing, search engine optimization, list building and email marketing continue to be major revenue drivers. So how does social media feed into that, and how are B2B content marketers leveraging social to achieve an ROI? What’s the role of owned media? If blogs and podcasts are so effective, why is it…Read More
I started beating the online training drum in 2010. But it took a pandemic and a lockdown for us to finally wake up to real value of online training, as well as virtual meetings. After a decade producing virtual instructor-led and self-paced online trainings to onboard users for SaaS companies and boost customer success, online…Read More
Behavioral training is emerging as the best way to teach someone how to develop the courage to step out from the pack and assume a leadership position, according to Carol Dweck, author of the New York Times Best Seller Growth Mindset. Innovators introduce new ideas, practices and products. Their ideas are unfamiliar to us, they change…Read More
Find out how SAP marketers are using eLearning to drive the adoption of their latest software products and why social networks may need better legal chops to stand up to DMCA takedown requests from startups like Ashley Madison B2B Marketing News and Trends Eric and Paul discuss Ashley Madison’s attempt to use the DMCA to…Read More
Morgan Stanley’s decision to loosen the reign for their financial advisers on Twitter is the latest in a long list financial services social media case studies. FINRA fined Barclays $3.75M for system is record keeping and email retention failure. And last June, the regulator warned investors against trading on “pump-and-dump” emails. The finance industry has…Read More
Today’s workforce communicates and gets information through social media. It is a mainstream communications channel. 87% of companies use and 23% of online time is spent on social media. The more people who talk about you on social media, the further the conversation carries. Reach is determined by the number of people involved in the…Read More
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