As An Inspirational Speaker, Nicola Grace has captivated her audiences as an entertaining performer, inspirational speaker, visionary, educator and transformation leader for 30 years. Speaking to small and large audiences from boardrooms to ballrooms Nicola brings a wealth of experience to your event as a social entrepreneur, thought leader, business owner, confident and proficient speaker, visionary, world traveler, transformation trainer, cancer survivor and business mission mentor.
As A Transformation Leader, Nicola has lead personal and professional transformation seminars around the world. She facilitated transformative experiences for A Course In Miracles International for 3 years and now teaches her own brand of Transformation in her signature training programs — Mission Mastery and Quantum GameChanger. Her unique way of teaching Quantum Activism, using Quantum Physics to change your life, business and the world, has gained the reputation for moving a room of entrepreneurs and thought leaders into their creative power as an Infinite Being, in a relatively short period of time.
As The Mission Mentor, Nicola loves to help entrepreneurs, social innovators, thought leaders and business owners clarify their mission, and monetize it, then create a winning mission strategy with them, so their grand vision becomes a reality and they leave a legacy. My Ubiquity Footprint took me 3 years to build. You're going to build over 1 Week! You'll receive prior training on how to put a website together before the first group workshop, if you don't already have a website. Then we'll systematically go through each section of your site you need to have in place for optimization.
Free Gift - You need a free gift on your site to entice people to leave their email so you can market to them. People rarely buy from websites they first visit. So you want to get their email and follow up with a sales sequence. In the past when I've sent clients away to create a free gift on their own, it has taken them weeks. In this session we're going to get the job done in two hours. If you already have a free gift offer, we'll tweak and optimize it for conversion to your up-sell program, product or service.
And if you don't have one of those set up yet, we'll create one super fast, just so you can get your system up and running. Lead Generation System - Despite the fact that email delivery and open rates are low, you need to build a following across the multi-channel platforms. Email still remains a great way to communicate to your potential clients and customers.
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Chances are you found me via an email to a presentation I was giving online? In this workshop we'll build your lead generation system from, welcome email and free gift delivery. Blog - Blogging is the best way to build authority, build a following, promote brand awareness, build search engine optimization presence, generate leads and convert browsers into buyers. In this workshop you'll configure your blog for conversion, search engine optimization and authority building as well as lead generation.
You will have already written your initial blog posts, so I'll show you a way to drip feed them so you can have blog posts going out automatically over time. LinkedIn - LinkedIn is one of the best platforms for professionals and small business owners. In this workshop you're going to optimize your LinkedIn Profile up for maximum networking and optimization. Facebook - Facebook is not only a good way to build a following, network, find potential clients and customers, it's also necessary to have an active presence to get high rankings for your websites in Google.
When you do a search for a person's name, their Facebook page often outranks their website, if that website is not properly optimized. So in this workshop you'll learn all the elements you need in place to build a following in Facebook, but also maximize it's search engine optimization capacity. Plus we'll begin to set up your lead generation system using your Facebook page.
Instagram - A recent internet survey showed that the average Instagram user spends more money on buying products and services than ads on Facebook. This is a great social media platform to pitch yourself as a thought leader, add value to your existing following as well as sell your products and services. Twitter - Depending on your niche and audience, Twitter is best used as a means of search engine optimization.
You need to have an active account for that reason. However the time spent on Twitter doesn't always return it's investment. We'll set up your Twitter account and build your following in this module, plus integrate your other social media accounts to automatically post to Twitter so you can avoid time wasting activity that bears no results. YouTube - YouTube is one of the best ways to build your brand authority and following.
It's also a good way to build your presence on the front page of Google. When you do a search for many niches, you'll often find several YouTube Videos come up in the top 3 searches before websites with the same keyword search strings.
In this workshop we'll optimize your YouTube Channel set you up with one if you haven't got one yet , design your YouTube strategy and begin to script your YouTube channel video to introduce your audience to your work, products and services. Amazon - Having a book published in Amazon's Kindle not only makes you an instant author, it builds your authority in your niche and makes you look good for Google. If Google sees that you have a book in your niche on Amazon, it gives you great authority and rewards you by ranking you as the expert under your niche keywords.
You will have already written the material for the book report in the "From Signature Program to Author" category. They're a lot of fun and informal.
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The right-hand navigation includes a link to manage your circles and a Suggestions section, where Google suggests people to add to your circles, based on who is in your Google Contacts and who your friends are following. Under the people and pages box is the section for searching through content.
The feature also lives in the "What's hot" link that appears in the left-hand navigation. All searches can be saved. Saving a search places a link on the left-hand navigation for easy retrieval. This is ideal for people who want to monitor chatter about a brand or person. Here's how it works: You click on the "Start a hangout" button on the right-hand menu of the Stream. Clicking it opens up a chat window where you can check your mic and choose who will be able to join the hangout either by inviting individuals or sharing it with your circles.
Once the hangout is live, your friends will see the hangout prompt in their stream. They can then join the hangout until a maximum of ten people have joined. If you've never used the Google Talk feature before, you will have to install a small piece of software before Hangouts can work. Few people are willing to knock on a neighbor's door just to start a conversation, but if you see friends sitting on a porch and walk by, it's almost rude not to drop in and say "hi. Once you're in a hangout, you will notice a couple of things.
First, you will notice that the video switches from person to person. This is based on who is talking into the microphone. You can hover over a person's video feed and either report them for abuse or "mute" them. Muting someone will mute them for everybody in the hangout, at least until he or she unmutes his or her mic. Users can also mute their video if they wish. Another cool feature of Hangouts is that users can jointly watch a YouTube video. Settings lets you adjust the mic, camera and other video settings. In recent months, Google has introduced new features to Hangouts.
These include named hangouts, integration with Google Docs, the ability to screen share and a sketchpad feature.
The company is also testing live video viewing with a small group of partners. Clicking on any of these photos brings up a photo slideshow with the most recent comments on the right-hand side and photos from your other friends on the bottom. The slideshow is simple to navigate — click on a picture to bring it up, or click and drag your mouse from side to side to scroll through other pictures. In this slideshow view, you can add tags or check out photo details such as the type of camera used to take the photo.
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Another section of Photos lets you check out photos in which you've been tagged. You can approve or reject photo tags here. No photo will be tagged with your name until you approve it. One of the most important features of Photos is the capability to upload photos and create albums. By clicking the giant "Upload New Photos" button at the top right, you can create a photo album by simply dragging and dropping photos into the browser.
Once created, you can share that album with selected circles, individual friends or make the album public. Albums remain private until shared. The browser-based editor includes simple features such as cross processing, auto contrast and black-and-white effects. You can also rotate the image or delete it entirely. Any photos you upload via the Stream will be added to an album called "Photos from posts," available in the "Your albums" section of the Photos app. Notice the icon with the number indicating how many comments each photo has received.
Clicking on a photo takes you to this full-sized screen, where you can view the photo, see comments, make a comment and check out other photos from your circles. You can also upload photos from your Android phone, and soon your iPhone. We hope Google will add more Instagram-style effects in the future. Games, accessible by clicking the icon to the right of Circles and to the left of the search box, opens up a page where you can play a number of third-party games. The Games homepage cycles through a list of featured games, while the left-hand navigation shows what game notifications you've received, as well as which games recently played.
These notifications are similar to the notifications you might get on Facebook for CityVille or Angry Birds. The social gaming dynamics are key. Angry Birds shows your score in relation to the rest of your circles. Users can recruit their friends to join them in games such as Mafia Wars 2. You can see if they are likely to be interested based on the featured games page that shows which games your friends have recently played.
The last time Google treated privacy as a secondary feature, it got burned with a lawsuit.
The "Profile and privacy" tab is where you can really dig deep into your privacy settings. From here, you can edit the visibility of every part of your profile, manage your circles, change your network visibility, adjust your photo settings, or visit the Google Privacy Center. This is a useful feature that lets you know for sure if the content you want private is indeed private. Finally, Google is walking the walk when it comes to data liberation. As Google data liberation lead Brian Fitzpatrick explained to Mashable , the company believes that if it is to be trusted with more of your social data, it needs to provide users an option for taking that data out hassle-free.
The export feature is powered by Google Takeout. They come with a half dozen different icons 5 for iPhone, 6 for Android and a notifications bar. The mobile app allows you to access your stream, take and upload photos, view and update your profile and manage your circles. The first is a feature called "Messages," which is essentially a group texting feature not unlike GroupMe or Beluga.
It allows you to put a group of your friends together so you can send and receive texts visible to the group. These photos are uploaded into a private album that you can manage and share at your convenience. Although Macy's has yet to post anything, judging by the photos, the page will likely be filled with updates as the holiday season nears. The company plans to keep its followers up-to-date with the latest in news and events. Brands can create Pages that amass followers, who can upload pictures, share thoughts and pretty much anything a Facebook user can do on a Fan Page.
There are a few differences, of course. Pages also have a square icon that indicates they are a Page and not a person. We've created a short guide to the process, which you can check out in the gallery below:. You can watch the video, but it's just a glossy marketing blurb with no how-to info. For example, for "product or brand" you can choose from the likes of food and drink, arts and entertainment, fashion and beauty, home and garden, etc. The default is any Google user, or you can restrict this to 18 and older or 21 and older.
You have just 10 words to summarize your business. On your new welcome page, Google generates a link to your Plus page sadly a string of random characters, rather than a vanity URL. It's now up to you to start adding people to circles different to personal pages, the defaults include "team members," "customers," and "VIPs" and get posting. The product is only a few months old and it has a lot of bugs that still need to be fixed. Google's Vic Gundotra says that the company has been launching a new feature almost every single day.
Most of all, expect Google's social network to evolve as it tries to meet user requests and sets its sights on Facebook, Twitter and the rest of the social media universe. In addition, you can follow Mashable News for the latest social media, technology and digital news from around the world. We look forward to engaging with you!
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