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How's Your ePresence?


"Who made LinkedIn so complicated? How can social media raise my revenue? Will someone help me?"

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“How’s Your ePresence?” hosted by Mark Galvin, Founder and President of ePresence, is all about your questions. We talk about social media #news, #tips, and #hacks with fresh news and cool guests!

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Feb 22, 2019

Keith is co-founder of Coaching Catalyst, LLC a boutique consultancy and executive coaching firm. He has spent more than 17 years assisting corporate, civic, religious leaders, entrepreneurs and professional organizations to perform BETTER, SMARTER and FASTER.

Mark and Keith talked about new social media trends:

  1. Should you have a paid plan on LinkedIn?  Listen to this podcast by Mark Williams called LinkedInformed, episode 237.  Williams does a great of describing the benefits of each of the paid plans.  
  2. We discussed if social media sites should limit information they deem as incorrect?  Reference a WSJ article titled "Pinterest Blocks Vaccination Searches in Move to Control the Conversation"
  3. LinkedIn goes LIVE!  Are you ready?  Tune in for more on this in the future.  We will have more as it reaches each of our phones!

At 17:40, we talk to Keith about how they use social media and what professionals need to know about it.  

We also drill into whether business professionals should venture onto social media and the risks.

Keith shared how playing sports as a younger person prepared him for the business world.  This is a robust conversation and is worth the price of admission (FREE-but who's counting)!