Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World


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As the former chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, author Michael Hyatt gained insight on the importance of combining compelling products with a meaningful platform. Now, with nearly three hundred thousand followers on Twitter, his large and growing platform serves as the foundation for his own successful writing, speaking, and business coaching practice. In this straightforward how-to, he offers down-to-earth guidance on crafting an effective and meaningful online platform to help readers extend their influence, monetize it, and build a sustainable career.Social media technologies have provided unprecedented opportunities for getting noticed and earning money in an increasingly noisy world. Platform goes behind the scenes into the world of social media success. You’ll discover what bestselling authors, public speakers, entrepreneurs, musicians, and other creatives are doing differently to gain contacts, connections, and followers and win customers in today’s crowded marketplace. With proven strategies, easy-to-replicate formulas, and practical tips, this book makes it easier, less expensive, and more possible than ever to stand out from the crowd and launch a business.

Platform Book

It’s been some time since I read the current month’s Platform Book, yet since I regularly prescribe it to different instructors wandering into web-based media and making an internet-based presence, I figured I should impart it to the ICE Network!
As the above quote outlines, millennial students hope to associate with one another on the web.
As teachers, we really want to meet the students where they are, not where we need to track down them.

The book strolls instructors through the course of foundation arrangement, wanting to send off, building a group of people, growing reach, and drawing in with supporters. While a lot of the material appears to be guided towards individuals with something to “offer”, the counsel additionally applies to teachers looking to associate with students. One of the representations that I love from the book is the distinction between headquarters, government offices, and listening posts. (See here for past conversations concerning this idea.

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