Using Social? We’re Always Learning
Isn’t it true that we’re always learning? Seems to be – especially when it comes to Social Media. There is always some new product, platform or tool to be considered and learned. It can be hard to keep up to date with constant changes that take place in the social stratosphere. That’s why it’s good to attend as many seminars or webinars as you can.
This week was a fantastic Business Gateway course entitled Advancing your Analytics. It’s worthy of recommending for anyone in Glasgow and the west (the only place I know it’s being held at present). It was presented by Brian Tait at Aillum and would be beneficial for anyone with a website who uses Google Analytics. Most people, it seems, aren’t using it to its fullest extent.
Tuesday I attended a Blogging workshop for one of the Chambers of Commerce which was also good. If you have a website and aren’t doing some sort of blogging or videos – your success will likely be short lived. These days it’s imperative to be continually delivering fresh content to rank anywhere in the search engines.
Wednesday – delivering training to a wonderful bunch of SMEs in Kilmarnock at the Park Hotel. They were an eclectic bunch of small businesses – all eager to learn tools to help them rank higher in Google.
Thursday – a friend David from Create Ts and Cs forwarded on an SEO webinar by an English woman Jackie. 8pm on a Thursday night and it was a case of ferociously scribbling notes and ideas that could then be passed on to clients and course attendees.
Friday night was, yet_another_webinar but this time it was about Facebook. Anyone who tries to run a FB business page knows how challenging it is keeping up with a moving target. To stay current, it’s essential to be reading all the current articles and following the experts out there like Mari Smith who presented this webinar.
If you want to learn more about the social web – either through the FREE courses that I do for Business Gateway or on a 1-2-1 basis then email speakwith (at) glatitude.co.uk today, call 01441 416 1492 or you can tweet glatitude. Do whatever way suits you!