This is a course, really, for people who are very familiar with social media. It's not for beginners. This is for power users, so let's learn how to rock social media.
If you don't measure the right things at the right times, you'll miss big opportunities to improve your sales team's performance and you'll lose valuable revenue. Find out how to manage the effectiveness of your salesforce. Drew Boyd helps you define the sales task, which guides all decisions such as who you hire, how you deploy your team, and how you manage them day-to-day.
This audiobook explains how to be great at all aspects of social media, whether you are interested in personal, professional, or organizational branding. The author also provides profile tips specific to the major social media platforms: Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Have you ever had stage fright? Then this course is for you! Although it may seem to come naturally to some people, public speaking is actually a skill that can be learned. Todd Dewett provides you with techniques to prepare yourself mentally and physically so that you can feel comfortable - or even enjoy - delivering your message to an audience.
Struggling with your personal finances? Professors Jim and Kay Stice outline five basic tips to help you get a better handle on your money. This short course provides time-tested tips on managing your spending, managing your fixed costs (regular monthly expenses), creating a budget, investing, and saving money.
Pinterest may not seem like a natural spot to share your music, but it's actually a great promotional tool - it supports sharing or "pinning" of audio and video as well as photos. Join Bobby Owsinski as he shows how to promote your band, your music, and your gigs on Pinterest. Learn how to start a page, optimize your website or blog for easy pinning, and post pictures, audio, and video to your boards.
Customer service managers may not be on the front lines, but they can create systems and processes that help ensure that the organization's service promises match what it actually delivers. Customer service expert Jeff Toister helps managers identify what a typical customer expects, where those expectations come from, and where your organization might be vulnerable.