Presentation Topics – Master the recipes of the web and email

Book Stephanie Hobbs of Pixel & Paper Designs as speaker at your next event or meeting. Stephanie presents Internet and email topics in plain English to companies, networking groups, service clubs, and other organizations. Choose from any of the topics below. (Don’t see what you need? Ask us if we can create a presentation to meet your needs!)

Essential Email Etiquette

What’s Blind Carbon Copy? How do I know if a chain letter is a hoax? Why do I get so much spam? Learn how to use your inbox and outbox to manage your time, project a professional email image, help protect yourself and others from viruses and spam, and hopefully make your life a little easier.
(Length: 30 minutes)

A 60-minute or 90-minute workshop version of this talk is available for presenting to company employees. Save your IT department the time and money of educating users on avoiding viruses and spyware. Contact us for pricing and more information.

An Introduction to Social Media

What the heck is a tweet? Do I need to be on Facebook? What’s the point of Twitter? How do I get started in Social Media and why do I want to? This talk briefly covers the most popular social media sites and highlights how to get started and get the most out of social media for yourself and your business. (Length: 30 minutes)

Facebook 101

Facebook has over 350 million active users. Do you want to be one of them? Learn how to get started on Facebook: find friends, upload photos, explore the applications, and more. This talk also covers the security and privacy settings included in Facebook as well as additional measures to take to help you stay safe online. (Length: 45 minutes)

Facebook for Business

Want to get your business on Facebook but don’t know how to do it? Have a Fan Page but don’t know what to do with it? Are you asking, “How do I get fans? What can Facebook do for my business? Why should I bother?” We’ll answer these questions and more, as we walk through the options in setting up a fan page and discuss why your business should be on Facebook! (Length: 45 minutes)

Twitter 101

Tweets? Retweets? Hashtags? Follow Friday? Stephanie Hobbs defines the terms behind Twitter, the benefits to Twittering, how to get started, what to tweet, how to gain followers, and find people to follow. (Length: 30 minutes)

Twitter for Business

Does Twitter work for business? Can you get a return on investment from tweeting? Yes, if it’s done right and done well. This presentation covers how to get your business on Twitter, how to tweet items relevant to your business and of value to your audience, and gain followers as a result. Yes, you can tweet about breakfast if you really want to, but we’ll tell you how to do more with, and get more from, Twitter. (Length: 30 minutes)

How Do I Get a Website For My Business?

Pros, cons, costs, pitfalls & benefits of a website for your business, including terms you should know, and factors you should consider before getting a new or redesigned website. (Length: 30-minutes)

The Power of Email Marketing

Learn what email marketing has done for one SC business, and how your company can start using this powerful and effective way to communicate with existing and potential customers, without getting labeled as a spammer.
(Length: 30-minutes)

Finding What You’re Looking for on Google

Ever tried to find the answer to a question on Google and had to wade through pages of useless search results before you gave up? We’ll discuss techniques and tricks for effective searches so you can find reliable information on the web quickly and easily.
(Length: 30-minutes)

The Ins and Outs of Gmail

Learn to navigate Gmail like a pro! Create labels for incoming messages, group contacts to simplify communication, prioritize your email, secure your messages, manage multiple Gmail accounts (or help relatives manage theirs from a distance), have conversations (or not!) and even wrap up your email interface in pretty packaging if you like.
(Length: 45-minutes)

What Every Small Business Needs to Know About Logos and Branding

Do you have a logo for your business?
Do you know the fonts and colors used?
Do you have it in a scalable format?
Do you know what any of that means?

Whether you have a logo, need a logo, or don’t even know if you need a logo, we’ll present the terms and concepts you need to understand when working with a graphic designer to create an identity for your business. We’ll even show you how to create a unique, inexpensive logo for your business if you can’t afford to hire a designer (yet).
(Length: 45-minutes)

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates By Daniel H. Pink

In this book, author Daniel H. Pink states that most people believe that the best way to motivate is with rewards like money–the carrot-and-stick approach, which he says that’s a mistake.

In this provocative and persuasive book, he asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction–at work, at school, and at home–is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and our world. We discuss how to apply these principles to ourselves and our employees.
(Length: 30-minutes)

 

Anything sound interesting? Call us at 864.848.0848 today and learn new skills at your organization’s next meeting!

 

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