Social media speakers who provide keynotes and training get to enjoy the best of all worlds: Not only do we get the pleasure of educating tradeshow, meeting and event audiences on the latest social network marketing and advertising trends, but we also get to hear and share many motivational and inspirational stories about how businesses and individuals are leveraging these platforms to achieve growth and success. From Facebook to LinkedIn, Twitter to Pinterest and Google+, you’d be amazed at the many ways in which leading organizations and non-profits are tapping into the power of relationships to help raise awareness for products, services and community efforts or charitable causes. Bearing this in mind we’re thrilled to announce that The Financial Times has named one of our favorite social media speakers presentations one of the Top Talks of 2013, and converted the key note speech into a new training guide that anyone can enjoy on a variety of digital platforms.
This training guide (Social Media Strategy – an adaption of the top-rated speech Social Storytelling: Planning Your Organization’s Social Network Strategy) has already hit the top of the charts on iBooks and Apple devices in several countries. And we’re delighted to discover that the volume is currently being offered free for a limited time on iBooks as well, if you’d like to download it for your PC, Mac, Apple, Android or mobile device. Accessible to professionals and organizations of every experience and skill level, we’re confident you’ll find it a helpful read, and one that offers greater insight into how to build brands and relationships online (including both professional and personal connections), as well as create ideas designed to successfully spread. If you haven’t checked it out, now’s the time to do so: At the bargain price of $0, we’re guessing you won’t find a better deal around.
That said, we sincerely thank you for your support as always, and hope you enjoy this adaptation of the popular presentation. Feel free to share with others who may benefit from the training guide, which we hope will help provide more effective ways to leverage and get more from social media services, networks and communications tools.