I was invited to deliver a workshop at the recent PSA Mega convention. (It was about the 4 x 4 x 4 approach to speaker websites, thank you for asking.) Afterwards, I took my own advice and captured video testimonials from some of the attendees, using my iPhone.
Here’s the video I made.
As you may know, sound quality is important, and you can’t rely on the in-built iPhone microphone to do a good job.
Some people have asked me how I did it. I like to be helpful, so I’ve written this post to answer the question. BUT this is a story about how NOT to do it! It’s a lesson in ‘buy cheap, pay dear’.
Here are the various tools I used, together with the lessons I learned:
You may know LinkedIn as the biggest and best B2B* social network. Like most business-people, you’ve probably created a LinkedIn profile. It may appear on page 1 of Google for a search of your name. But does it work for you?
Most people throw up a profile but then do nothing with it and complain that LinkedIn doesn’t work.
The best way to use LinkedIn is to post articles, get active in the groups, and to arrange introductions via intelligent searching. Let’s look at each of these in turn.