I so appreciate you for being a part of the The Sykes Group community. Without you we would honestly be nothing! We appreciate you applying the many motivation and success techniques to be more successful in life. So Thank you!
We are giving thanks for the following things:
Our Loyal Customers
Our Right to Free Speech
I am sure we can name several more things to give thanks for everyday and on Thanksgiving.
Have a safe and fun holiday if you’re celebrating!
Social Media Marketing Seminar for Small Business Owners
Social media marketing is an important part of the entrepreneur’s toolbox. As an entrepreneur, you need to “break through the noise” so that you can promote your products or services and grow your bottom line.
By using social media in your marketing mix, it increases your opportunity for success. Yet, many entrepreneurs continue to use only 20th century marketing techniques to sell their products or services. They lose out on market-share opportunities everyday!
If you have a product, service, or cause that you want to sell, this is the free seminar for you.
Some of the marketing secrets that Ed will share with you are:
How to develop a marketing strategy that creates a growing list of customers
What is the best social media platform to promote your product, service, and business
How to use search engine optimization to drive traffic to your website
How to use Facebook to grow your mailing lists
How to use Pinterest to increase sales
How to use video marketing to increase your customer base
What are the new social media trends that can help your business
Presentation Skills: Tom Magliozzi the Master of Engaging the Audience
Presentation and audience engagement skills are required from every presenter. Especially if your audience can’t see you. We lost a master at that today. Tom Magliozzi, one of public radio’s most popular personalities, died on Monday of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. He was 77 years old.
This is not the usual post that I put on my blog, but it is well worth it. Tom, along with his brother Ray, was a great radio presenter and humorist, Tom would downplay the enormous talent he had to connect with his audience. Many of my public speaking students can learn from the presentation skills techniques used on his show, Car Talk on NPR.
Here’s what presentation skills I learned from Tom:
Engaged the audience
Make people laugh
Let the “real you” come out
Leave your audience with a cliff hanger
Rest in peace Tom. I am sure you are making everyone laugh in heaven.