Internet Common Sense for Execs

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Internet Common Sense for Execs

  1. 1. Mel TaylorInternet Common Sense for Executives Media Facebook.com (personal vs. fan/business pages) Twitter.com Linkedin.com Video: YouTube.com & Tubemogul.com, LiveStream.com, ustream.com Photo: Flickr.com & Picasa.com Document sharing: Scribd.com, SlideShare.com Send large files: YouSendIt.com Social Network platforms: Ning.com Blog & website creation: Wordpress.com & WordPress.org Email & event marketing: Eventbrite.com, MailChimp.com Google.com: RSS Reader, Sites, Docs, Calendar, Places, Google Voice ( phone numbers ) Online Conferencing: FreeConferenceCall.com, GoToMeeting.com, Skype.com Online Radio or Audio recording show: BlogTalkRadio.com Online Bookmarks: Delicious.com, Stumbleupon.com Surveys: SurveyMonkey.com Social Media management: Hootsuite.com, TweetDeck.com Record PowerPoint with Narration or desktop activity: Camtasia.com MeetUp.com _____________________________________________________________ Mel Taylor Media is a Philadelphia-based consultancy, specializing in digital strategy & training for local media companies & small business. Services include: Online marketing, web development, video & social media management. Recent clients include Tribune Media, Philly.com, Philadelphia Inquirer, Fox-TV, Bucks County Courier and CBS Radio. Other Mel Taylor speaking & workshop topics include: Internet Common Sense for Parents & Teachers Internet Common Sense for Teens For more details: www.GetSmartDigital.com MelTaylorMedia.com Mel@MelTaylorMedia.com PH: 267-625-5313

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