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EACD Webinar: Leveraging LinkedIn in Your Communication Strategies

Wednesday 22 April 2015
Event: 
EACD
Location: 
Online

The EACD is happy to invite you to its next webinar on "Leveraging LinkedIn in Your Communication Strategies" which will take place on April 22nd, 2015 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm (CEST).
 
LinkedIn has established itself as a powerful way to promote thought leadership, share company news, engage with customers, and find new clients and talent.  During this session, you will learn how to promote your brand by optimizing your LinkedIn Profile, create compelling content to engage your network, and craft a company page that people will want to follow.
You'll also learn how to:

Incorporate LinkedIn's member publishing platform into your communications strategy

Create a powerful profile for you and your brand

Find ambassadors in your firm who build visibility and trust for your brand
We are happy to announce our speaker Jill Jones, Corporate Communications Manager at LinkedIn
Jill Jones joined LinkedIn’s Corporate Communications team in 2012 as a manager on the Internal Communications team, and after two years, transitioned into her current role on the Education team. She is now focused on educating Corporate Communications teams and professionals how to best leverage LinkedIn to build their professional brand and enhance their communication strategies. Prior to joining LinkedIn, Jill gathered Internal Communications experience at Symantec, VeriSign, and Xilinx. Jill earned her Bachelor’s Degree at San Diego State University and when she’s not at work, you might find her on the dance floor teaching Zumba classes!
 
The Webinar will take place on Wednesday, April 22nd, begins at 5pm (CEST) and runs for an hour. Participants will have the chance to pose their questions. The session will run on the platform “Adobe Connect”; for technical requirements please refer to the following link: http://www.eacd-online.eu/activities/eacd-webinars/technical-requirements
 
We look forward to an interesting discussion!