Have you looked into SlideShare?
This article will give you 10 tips to maximize your leads with SlideShare.
The rise of visual content marketing is forcing marketers everywhere to re-evaluate their overall strategy.
No longer can a marketing professional rely solely on white papers and blog posts to get their message to prospective buyers and customers.
It’s now vital to include a visual element across all marketing campaigns.
SlideShare is an essential part of any successful content marketing strategy for many businesses. It’s much more than just a place to upload your webinar slides, it’s a powerful social community with a reported 60 million monthly visitors.
Would you like more leads?
In this article I’ll reveal how to use SlideShare to generate quality leads.
SlideShare for Leads?
SlideShare is the world’s largest content-sharing community for professionals.
Data collected by ComScore and presented in an infographic by Column Five Media, SlideShare: The Quiet Giant of Content Marketing, reveals SlideShare has 5 times more traffic from business owners than Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn (which now owns SlideShare).
Do you want new tools to simplify your job?
We asked a group of social media pros for the hottest social media tools they use today.
Check them out to see if these social media tools are a good fit for you!
#1: Unlock to Share Plugin
My favorite social marketing tool of all time is the unlock to share plugin. What is it? It’s a simple plugin that “unlocks” additional content when your web visitors share your stuff on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
Want to share your screen and slides, no problem. Need it to be super easy?
This is all possible with using the free Google+ Hangouts On Air!
You’ve probably already heard about Google+ Hangouts, which allow you to video chat with up to 9 different people at once.
And you may have heard of Google+ Hangouts On Air, which lets you broadcast to an unlimited audience. But this cool feature was previously only available to a select number of bigger businesses.
Watch this quick video to see it in action…
Well, Google+ recently announced the rollout of Hangouts On Air to everyone worldwide. This is great news for marketers looking for a free and easy solution to reach people via videos.
So let’s talk about everything you need to know about using Google+ Hangouts On Air for your business.
First, a brief introduction…
Google+ Hangouts On Air
Hangouts On Air allow you to publicly broadcast your Hangouts on YouTube and your Google+ stream for anyone to watch.
Social media enables event attendees to connect in powerful ways. Social media can help promote events and empower attendees to share.
This article will reveal 15 ways you can infuse social media into your events.
Creating Pre-Event Buzz
#1: Registration Buzz
You don’t have to wait until the day of your event to create a buzz—it can start at the registration stage. Services such as Eventbrite let your attendees share the event with their networks as they register.
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up-to-date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
It sounds like a dating site when you read the tagline: “Zipcast is the way to meet online.”
But don’t be fooled—this new feature from SlideShare is more than just fake profiles and spambots (to be accurate, it’s zero parts fake profiles or spambots).
Zipcast wants to be the new way people hold meetings online, and it might have a shot.
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
SlideShare Announces Zipcast for Live Web Meetings: This new tool allows you to run live video meetings alongside your SlideShare presentations. The video quality is basic but it’s easy to use. Zipcast is integrated with social media buttons, offers a live-stream chat feature and allows up to 5000 participants. Zipcast’s basic public meetings are free and there’s a paid ad-free version which allows password-protected meetings. This could be an interesting way for some businesses to start web broadcasting. How will you take advantage of this new platform?
If I were going steady with any social networking site, I would have to call LinkedIn my main squeeze.
Ahhh yes, the lovely LinkedIn.
She warms me up with friendly introductions to powerful decision makers. She brings a smile to my face from the absurd amount of targeted traffic to my websites. And she goes WAY over the top with the number of direct sales referrals she gives me.
It’s a digital romance we have, and I’ll profess my love for her ’til the end of time. 😉
In all seriousness, I’m a big fan of LinkedIn because of the direct business I receive from it. And although I’ve written books about LinkedIn, given webinars and presentations on the topic and written articles like Top 5 Ways to Market Your Business With LinkedIn, I’ve never done a dedicated article about the advanced applications… until now.