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For young professionals who are just starting their careers, navigating the online world can sometimes be scary. What if that picture from last weekend’s bachelor party makes its way into the office? Should a personal Twitter account be used to interact with work colleagues? Should I put my social networks on my business cards? These are just some of the questions young professionals have when it comes to building a personal brand online and offline.

I’ve invited my friend Gillian Rees, who happens to be a branding expert, to speak alongside me on the topic of building a personal brand on tomorrow’s PMA Foundation Young Professionals Webinar. This is a free webinar series and seats are limited, so if you are interested register today!

Managing Your Personal Brand and Reputation, both Online and in Real Life

Branding-Professional-WebinarsHosts: Brittany Stager, GroupTalk & Gillian Rees, Confident Entrepreneurs
When: Thursday, June 18, 2015 | 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

It’s important to act like a business leader, online and offline. In this one hour webinar Brittany Stager & Gillian Rees will show you how to properly establish a strong personal brand on social media and how to carry that branding through to real life situations such as business meetings, customer dinners, and social gatherings. You will delve into the proper uses and settings for LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. and share business etiquette tips that will be useful in building a strong, respectable reputation in the business community.

REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR

Hope to see you there!

Let’s face it, there are literally hundreds of social networking sites you could dedicate your time to these days. And I get it. Between keeping up with Facebook, trying not to feel overwhelmed by Twitter, and creeping the competition on Instagram you’re being told to add yet another social network to your repertoire. Except this one is different. As an entrepreneur this social network can make all the difference in the world… of course I am talking about LinkedIn.

LinkedIn is one of the most powerful business networking sites, and you absolutely should be using it daily! We can’t be everywhere, so for those times when someone is in need of a marketing specialist, a hair stylist, or even an engineer – your LinkedIn profile is there to tell them “I’m your gal/guy!”

LinkedIn should be an important part of your online networking strategy as it’s the ultimate platform for meeting key decision makers who need you and your services.

Interested in learning more about how you can use LinkedIn to grow your business? Join me on March 24th at 7:30pm at Kitchener City Hall for a LinkedIn workshop with WINC Waterloo.

In this 1 hour session you will learn:

  • • How to Set Up Your Profile to Get Noticed
  • • How to Add Connections & Screen Connections Who Add You
  • • The Importance of Recommendations
  • • How to Utilize LinkedIn Groups

Interested in learning these LinkedIn strategies? Members of WINC are welcome for free, while guests are $25. Register and get your tickets today!

I can’t help but get very excited when presented with an opportunity to speak about influence marketing and blogger outreach. This is not my first time speaking on the topic. I was invited to speak on a panel at PBH in San Francisco in early 2013, at FBC’s conference in late 2013, and even wrote a few posts about it on my personal blog. But this time it’s a little different. You see, this time around I am speaking not from a brand perspective, but the blogger perspective!

I’ve actually had my personal blog for over 6 years. I’ve working with BIG brands like Home Depot, Staples Canada, Para Paints, Houzz, SodaStream and Panasonic… just to name a few.  Having a blog, and being exposed to blogger outreach every day, has given me a unique perspective on the whole process. I’ve been on both sides of the pitch, so to speak. I bring this experience into my work every day when I am outreaching to bloggers for my clients. And this is exactly why I am so excited about speaking at AMPED with my new friend Alison Burke of Impressions PR. Our unique perspective will come together in a presentation we are calling “Best Practices for Blogger Outreach.”

Best Practices for Blogger Outreach

Best Practices for Blogger Outreach

Building relationships with bloggers offers huge amounts of opportunity. These influencers are talented content creators, have a dedicated and engaged following, and their opinions have a strong influence on their readers purchase decisions. Getting your product or brand in the hands of these individuals is not as easy as writing a “dear blogger” letter. It takes time, patience, understanding and a quality connection. In this session, Alison Burke of Impressions PR and Brittany Stager of My Daily Randomness will outline six blogger outreach best practices that will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to build solid relationships with bloggers and get your product out there.

If you are brand or business looking to tap into influence marketing, I highly suggest attending AMPED tomorrow!

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