Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Internet Common Sense for Execs

185 views

Published on

Published in: Business
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

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

×