Whether you work for a small, medium or large business, if you’re part of a team you’ll need to find the best ways of working together for the good of the business and your own personal wellbeing.
Local government, utilities, College Campus and facility managers have a new resource at their disposal to help reduce costs associated with GIS mapping efforts and to keep their GIS land base current and up to date while also saving money.
We all love San Diego and many of us go there every summer to take in the annual ESRIUC. For myself, I’m almost living there half-time now so this list is even more exciting… enjoy this handy list from the San Diego Tourism Authority – This could also make a great story map (hint)
According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.
The one where Glenn goes for a solo ride and shares some PR and news release posting tips. Glenn shares a few tips on how to share your PR release with the Geotech community, what topics you could share as PR and more valuable pointers.
Some interesting stuff regarding Google’s handling and indexing of PR releases – and I know that if your business is Geotech that you send your press releases to GISuser.com!
Some helpful tips from PRnewswire… To Begin: Develop your agenda, Start with your objective. Why do you want to tell your story? Getting a “positive story” isn’t specific enough, Identify your audience.
So the mainstream media is going all “GaGa” this week over the ability to un-send an email message sent using Gmail
Looks like the GeoGeeks in San Fran (and around the World) are dropping the FOSS4GNA talks online for us to enjoy! (Thanks Andrew Ross)
From Vidyard, The Video Marketing Handbook – Everything you need to build a video marketing strategy