By now, most business owners have at least dabbled in Facebook advertising. Facebook still is the No. 1 social media platform by sheer audience size, after all. And whether the results weren’t what you hoped for (and you stopped) or you’re still hesitant to jump in, here are three reasons why Facebook advertising should be part of your monthly advertising budget.
The region’s largest educational and networking organization, Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET), held its June 13 Tech Wednesday event at the William N. Pennington Health Science Center, an allied health training site of Truckee Meadows Community College. Business professionals, local tech leaders, and a regional representative for Senator Dean Heller, Lauren Morris toured the classrooms, simulation laboratories, and briefing rooms of the College site.
Nevada’s super-charged business and economic development trends, networks and ideas are defining a new economy. It’s like a tsunami of information that can help your business compete and thrive. But how can you catch the wave? By attending the Fourth Annual Nevada Economic Development Conference “Connecting Nevada for a Stronger Economy” you can learn what is powering a dynamic, changing Nevada economy.
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NCET invites business and technology leaders and advocates to the Nevada Economic Development Conference from Monday, August 20, 2018 to Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. Early Bird Registration ends July 6!
According to Kylie Rowe, a local Reno professional who recently gave a presentation on personal branding at a Nevada Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) event, your personal brand exists whether you like it or not. Personal branding is about taking ownership of your actions online, choosing to play an active role in your own process of unfolding, and deciding to leverage the web to build your networks in a way that supports the goals you want to achieve. It also is consistent with your life offline.
If panelists of the 2nd Annual NCET State of Digital Marketing luncheon were knights of the round table, then content would still remain king. But being king is more than simply owning a position. It’s leading with a vision and mobilizing villagers to take action toward something more meaningful. While the tone of the inaugural event in 2016 revealed trends on content positioning, the 2017 event had a strong emphasis on influencers and customization.