Yes, believe it or not, this is the final episode (at least for a while) of the LinkedIn Lady Show. I have been on air since 2010 and after 7 years and over 600 shows it is time to hang up my microphone. Today’s special program will leave you with a full list of things to do and things to explore to make sure your social media efforts and online marketing are working.
Today’s LinkedIn Lady Show will focus on specific examples of success social media strategy for specific business categories. Chances are if your business is not mentioned, you will be able to adapt the information to your situation.
Lane is an author, attorney, expert witness, and professional speaker on the legal and cultural implications of emerging technology, with a particular focus on law, privacy, cybersafety, and ethics. A graduating from Amherst College and Boston College Law School, his experience as a law clerk and later private practitioner, led him to launching a computer consulting business. He is a successful author, lecturer, and computer forensics expert. We will be talking about his latest book, Cybertraps for Educators and Cybertraps for Expecting Moms and Dads.
Some would argue that the most important holiday of the year is Mother’s Day. But have you thought of how you will honor your mother and everyone else’s mother using social media? That’s how we’ll kick off today’s show with returning guest, Rick Limpert.
Maybe it’s your unfulfilled dream or maybe you think it’s impossible, but the reality is anyone can fill their ‘stadium’ if you understand what it takes. That’s the subject of today’s LinkedIn Lady Show with special guest, John Brubaker, best known as CoachBru. John is a nationally renowned performance consultant, speaker and award-winning author. John teaches audiences how to obtain better results in business with straightforward tools that turbo charge performance.
Everything around us is being automated, slowly taking us to a new autonomous world. We have the power to automate payments, set schedules for repeat mundane work with our apps. Can we take this power further to automate our lives further? What if our car can turn the heat on 30 minutes before our driving time on a snowy cold day?