1. There’s been a fundamental shift in the way we communicate, learn, advance career and generate business…one of the biggest shifts since the Industrial Revolution.How competitive are you in the market? Are you prepared for success moving forward ? All rights reserved. This may not be copyrighted or reproduced without the express written permission of Center for
2. View below.Social Media Revolution 2012 Remarkable video – please paste this link in your browser to view: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTLGFIl5KCg
3. People, potential clients, potential partners, companies and more google you before they decide to have any type of interaction with you. No presence or an inadequate presence squelches opportunity. 90% of recruiters check online profiles. What is your online presence?
4. Top social media platforms: 175 million on LinkedIn, closing in on a billion on Facebook, 20 million on Pinterest and 140 million on Twitter. By 2020, over 85% of transactions will happen without human intervention. Of the 18M sales people in 2011 only 3.6M needed by 2020. Over 50% of the worlds population is under 30 years old. How do they use the Internet? This is important to your business, career and life! Kindergartners learn on an IPAD – not a chalkboard.
5. Consumer communities are now the powerhouses. According to BusinessWire.com (6/14/11) “Social Media Now Influences Brand Perceptions, Purchase Decisions of 38 Million+. Social media is people and relationships. There’s an art and science to building relationships. How are you building relationships?
6. According to an article on 7/27/12, in Harvard Business Review “New Research on why CEO’s should use Social Media, “Social media will become one of the two most important forms of engagement with employees and customers, second only to face to face interactions.”
7. According to financial veteran, Mike Langford at Goldman Sachs, in a Harvard Business Article on 8/23/12 ,"Restricting communication, access to information and people networks is something I doubt you would champion as a sound business practice for the 21st century," Langford says. "You can resist, but your competitors and customers are moving ahead.” All rights reserved. This may not be copyrighted or reproduced without the express written permission of Center for
8. Social media is not about one person posting - it involves the wholecompany; it is part of the company culture. Each person contributes tothe brand. It’s a combination of company leadership and empoweredpersonal leadership of each associate.Can employees do damage to your business with their posts? Ask BurgerKing. What’s your social media policy? All rights reserved. This may not be copyrighted or reproduced without the express written permission of Center for
9. Way we Communicate has Changed!BrandingAwarenessCompetitor & Customer IntelligenceTargeted Approach “We dont have a choice onReputation Management whether we DO social media,Build Credibility the question is how well will weCustomer & Vendor Partnering do it?“Build & Nurture Relationships Erik Qualman,News: Industry, Business & World SocialnomicsRealtime business, news & sharingFundamental change in the way we communicateRemain CompetitiveProfessional & Personal DevelopmentKeep up with technology which changes every minuteKeep a pulse on the state of your networkExponential GrowthEnhances Intelligence and so much more! All rights reserved. This may not be copyrighted or reproduced without the express written permission of Center for
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