When writer and social media rock star Susan Orlean was in Seattle, Two Pens had a candid conversation about how she built a following of 263,000+ people. The single most important reason--she loves Twitter!
Combine “web” with “log” and you get “blog.” It’s a funny word, but serious business. This post is about blogging for business—with a purpose. We have a lot to cover, so we’ll knock it out as efficiently as possible with a series of lists.
Two Pens's insight:
Use this as a cheat sheet for executive management if your company is lagging in the blog department.
As a presentation trainer, audiences expect me to be a darn good public speaker.
So I’m guessing that one audience had high hopes for me a couple of years ago when I was invited to speak at an industry conference.
Everything was going well until an audience member challenged one of my points. Instead of taking my own good advice by answering his question and moving on, I began to debate him. The moment I did, I lost control of my own presentation. And in so doing, I elevated the audience member to the role of co-speaker....
The PresentersWall is your interaction tool and gives the audience her voice back. Let your audience vote, rate, ask and react via their own smartphone, tablet or laptop. Our interactive wall is a combination of a voting system and a Twitterwall. In this way your audience can vote and respond on questions or statements to create an interactive discussion.
I’m going to keep this brief, because you’re not going to stick around for long. I’ve already lost a bunch of you. For every 161 people who landed on this page, about 61 of you—38 percent—are already gone.