Making Sense of Web 2.0
Find out how to make Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other Web 2.0 tools work for your organization
Discover how Web 2.0 can help your organization remain competitive.
Organizations worldwide, big and small, are incorporating Web 2.0 tools such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube into their workplace; and they’re doing so to increase employee collaboration, enhance customer engagement, and attract top-notch talent.
Sounds like a great investment, right? But if you’re like most new adopters to Web 2.0, you probably have some uncertainties: Is it right for my organization? Will it be successful? Will it be misused by my employees?
Of course you could let the fear of the unknown keep you from implementing Web 2.0 or you could attend this brand-new Web Conference and find out everything you need to know to make Web 2.0 successful in your workplace.
Gain expert insight into making Web 2.0 work in your workplace.
In just 60 minutes you’ll learn all about Web 2.0; what it is, how it’s changing business, the different types of tools available and how they’re being used, the top 10 key risk factors associated with Web 2.0 and how to best manage those, plus so much more!
By the end of this informative Web Conference, you’ll have a better understanding of Web 2.0 and you’ll feel more comfortable making business decisions for adopting it in your organization.
So what are you waiting for? Make plans to attend this incredible new Conference today!
Take a Glimpse at What You’ll Learn:
- What is Web 2.0?
- Find out 4 big reasons why companies are using Web 2.0
- The different types of Web 2.0 tools and how they’re being used in business
- The 2 most popular Web 2.0 tools businesses are making investments in
- Considering which tools are a good fit for your organization
- The Dos and Don’ts of Web 2.0
- 10 key risk areas organizations face and how to manage each
- Creating a framework for incorporating Web 2.0 in your workplace
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