The whole team here at Dun & Bradstreet Credibility is excited to announce the launch of CredibilityLIVE — a new video conversation series where you get to ask the questions of credit and credibility experts!
CredibilityLIVE is a monthly series of video conversations where you use Facebook chat to ask questions and get the inside scoop from business experts on how you can improve your credit and credibility… and even better, it’s FREE!
Our first speaker will be John Assaraf (John on Twitter) who will join us on March 31st to talk about how to use the latest in brain science to capture and keep your customers attention and love for your brand! Next up will be Robert Berkman (Robert on Twitter) talking about some simple tips and tools for monitoring and managing your business reputation on social media sites. The third speaker we’re announcing is Paul Chaney (Paul on Twitter) who will be talking about how to use “listening” tools for more effective online reputation management!
And there will be more! Sign up on CredibilityLIVE to get notified of all our upcoming events!
The launch of CredibilityLIVE was a major team effort for the Dun & Bradstreet Credibility team… For the last three weeks people from design, engineering, quality assurance, marketing, and business development have been working launching the video series. And we’re all excited to see how you’re going to use CredibilityLIVE! We cannot wait for the first event on March 31st!
The steps to taking part in CredibilityLIVE?
- Sign up on CredibilityLIVE to get notified of event times and links (The events are entirely online!)
- Prepare some questions for our speakers
- Show up on time and ask your questions to get a live video response from one of our speakers
Also, we’ve started an associated Group on LinkedIn group and hope you’re join us there as well!
And if you have any suggestions for who you’d like to see speak at an upcoming CredibilityLIVE event, let us know in the comments!
Want event more background about the event and the speakers? Here’s our press release.