Feb 10, 2020
Hello How’s Your ePresence listeners! On this episode, we get the pleasure of hearing from Wendi Freeman, an entrepreneur with a zeal for planning events and a heart to enhance the quality of people’s lives. She is the founder and operator of Be Bright Events, an organization where she helps with event planning, management, consulting, and execution. Wendi shares the secrets to her entrepreneurial success, as well as advice on how to champion the Facebook Live video feature to make your business more personable and authentic.
We also discuss big developments in the way of antitrust laws and Google advertising. The company owns the dominant tool at every link in the chain between publishers and advertisers. Naturally, it has accrued a power that is stirring concern amongst businessowners and political influencers. In addition, we discuss the answers to questions asked by you, the audience, including: Should the summary section in LinkedIn be in third or first person? And, how important are hashtags in LinkedIn posts?
Enter into the conversation on this episode of HYeP!
Quote of the Show: “You don’t know what you don’t know, but you also don’t learn unless you step out of your comfort zone.”
LinkedIn summary, third person, first person, hashtags, audience, network, Google, Antitrust, Ad agencies, Google Probe, complex chain, Facebook, breaking up software companies, Facebook Live, Featured section, ROI, entrepreneur, comfort zone, business coach