Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition
Chapter 8. Crafting Messages for Digital Channels
"LinkedIn is a great platform for finding capable employees, but that's only the beginning of its value," declares Scott Gerber (photo, left) in a piece at Mashable.
Shanna Mallon (photo, left) uses a play on words to make her point.
Corey Eridon (photo, left) examines the data on the topic and provides the introduction to the infographic.
Take a look at the infographic on the topic at eLearningInfoGraphics.
"How long should my tweet be?
"Learn the proper business etiquette for using mobile devices.
From the folks at Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.
"Learn how to write for mobile devices.
Click on the image or on the link below to see the infographic.
Take a look at this infographic produced by TopManagementCareers.
John Brandon has mastered his email inbox but "there's one thing [he's] mastered even more than that: spotting a lack of confidence.
Emmie Martin of BusinessInsider.
"There are so many interesting facts and numbers in the world of presentations, this infographic could be 5 times the size.
"Our focus has shifted from Social Media to VISUAL Social Media.
"Learn job search strategies using mobile devices.
"It’d [be] easy to bash PowerPoint, especially given the poor uses we see all too often .
"Twitter’s search tool is an incredibly powerful part of the system but it’s criminally underused.
According to Karla Guiterrez, "eLearning professionals are often over-confident about a course’s ability to capture an audience’s attention and engage users with its content.
Take a look at this infographic we found at GlobalDigitalCitizen.
Take a look at this infographic at elearninginfographics.
"This article looks at strategies you can use to ensure that your use of email is clear, effective, and successful.
"Learn how to design content for mobile devices.
According to Vicki Davis, "Every email message from a parent or colleague is an opportunity to create a powerful impression.
"Here are seven easy ways to prevent email from killing your productivity and taking over your day: .