Why This? Why Now? “Working Out Loud”
NOVEMBER 17, 2015
” Share what you are working on the company blog and department newsletter. The more we share information, the less people have to search for information. Have you ever started working on a project only to find out that someone else in your organization is working on the same project? At the end of this post, look for a fab WOL support tool! ” Why? The challenge.
Top 5 Reasons No One is Watching Your Video Content
JULY 28, 2015
if the world doesn’t have a clue about your brand the chances that they will be doing a keyword search on either is pretty small. Take the time to do the keyword research and find out what people are actually searching for. Then optimize your video’s title, description, tags and other surrounding text so you have more than a fighting chance of appearing in the search results. If this is the case, take some time to tweak the words you are using to describe your video so that anyone outside of your company would understand what it’s about.
How your brand affects your learning solution
APRIL 27, 2016
It’s the face you show your customers, the voice you use to address the world and it’s the first thing that comes to mind whenever your company’s name is mentioned. When it’s put like that, you can understand that your company’s brand is a largely unappreciated feature of the environment, like a wall. Your Brand condenses the company’s values. Strong brands spawn ambassadors.
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Good To Great
MARCH 30, 2011
I’ve been receiving daily emails from eLearningLearning for a couple of years now – regular round-ups of the best e-learning blogs out there, sent straight to my inbox. There’s even more content on the site itself, where you can search based on concepts, tools, companies and so on. P.S. If you do visit the site or sign up for the round-up emails, you may well come across some of my content; as of today, Good To Great is a featured resource on eLearningLearning (and proud to be in such good company!).
Analysts and Blogging
FEBRUARY 8, 2010
I write an analyst blog and contribute to a group blog for my employer, Brandon Hall Research. The blogs are on the company’s URL. I also have this blog on my own URL here. So it was interesting to read of Forrester Research’s directive to analysts using their own personally branded research blogs: take them down or re-direct them to the Forrester site. Read my analyst blog and you’ll know I am curious, innovative, and ambitious. I’ve spilled my guts on my analyst blog. I disagree with that part. Worse still.