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LinkedIn for Sales [WEBINAR]

5 Nov
Sales is Social HeaderWith the emergence of social media, how we connect with each other has changed. Social has disrupted the traditional ways we communicate at home and at the workplace – becoming core to all customer interactions. Does your sales department understand its power to create meaningful relationships?Ralf VonSosenLinkedIn’s Ralf VonSosen

Learn how to make the most of LinkedIn for sales, prospecting and branding right in in a new webinar: Sales is Social – co-hosted by LinkedIn’s Head of Marketing for Sales Solutions, Ralf VonSosen, and HootSuite’s Enterprise Marketing Manager, Ashley Jane Brookes

Whether you’re a power user or new to the world’s largest professional network, take an hour to equip yourself and your sales team with practical info to make the most of LinkedIn.

Join Sales is Social on November 14 at 11:00 a.m. PST:

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Sales is Social

With over 175 million users, we know there are huge networking and prospecting opportunities with LinkedIn but what are the best ways to access those leads? Learn lessons and techniques directly from LinkedIn for implementing scalable, standardizable social media strategies for your salesforce.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Linkedin Best Practices: Build your personal brand to add credibility to the individual and to the company.
  • How social media management allows you to look for new opportunities through marketing and as an individual
  • How to use LinkedIn to create a meaningful one to one relationships.
  • The change in the relationship between sales and marketing.

Register now for Sales is Social

SOURCE: HootSuite

The Social Media Democracy: How Did Social Media Change the 2012 Election?

5 Nov

An exclusive, live webinar from Social Media Today

November 6th at 12pm EST / 9am PST

In 2008, the Obama campaign was credited as one of the first major political campaigns to successfully leverage a social media strategy as a major element of its communications. Four years later, social media is everywhere in politics, from news coverage to voter outreach – what effect has it had on this election?

As Americans go to the polling booths, our expert panel will reflect on how social media has impacted the voting behaviors of citizens in this presidential election. Social media has been used by voters to variously express support and criticism of candidates, and served as a rumor mill and a platform for ridicule and controversy for the past year. Some news organizations have developed discussion forums and integrated social channels into their coverage, but have those impacted public perception? On the campaign side, the results of this election may demonstrate the value and effectiveness of one candidate’s social media strategy over the other’s. Join us as we ask:

  •  How was social media used intentionally to affect voters – to persuade them or to get them out to vote?
  • How did events – planned and unplanned – impact public opinion through Facebook and Twitter?
  • Did one side do it better than the other? Were major mistakes made or opportunities missed? Was social media a win for democracy or did it prove to be a negative force in the political process?
  • Did the campaigns truly listen and respond to voters in a social way on the Web?


Register here: The Social Media Democracy

SOURCE: Social Media Today


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