Erik Qualman

Digital Leadership Speaker, Entrepreneur and Author

Called a Digital Dale Carnegie, Erik Qualman was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter’s J.K. Rowling. Fast Company ranks him as a Top 100 Digital Influencer and PC Magazine lists his blog as a Top 10 Social Media blog. A frequently requested international keynote speaker (42 countries), he has been featured on almost every media outlet including 60 Minutes, The Wall Street Journal, and ABC News.

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  • sales
  • social

Companies will begin using LinkedIn as a B2B sales tool

Most companies understand and have started using LinkedIn at the individual level – meaning that their sales people have started to use LinkedIn – but they’ve had no formulation around it, they’ve had no training for the sales people. They kind of let them go off and do it on their own, but they’re starting […]
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  • mobile

Companies will start to think mobile-first

So, you’ve heard the term “thinking mobile first” – what exactly does that mean? It’s actually easier to say than it is to do – and this is the year that the most progressive companies will start to really think mobile-first. And what that means at a practical level; think about a meeting you’re having […]
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  • industry

B2B Companies will begin to invest in online training

Now some of us may have heard of Khan Academy – that’s where high school students can go online and learn for free, whether it’s math, whether it’s science, whether it’s English. Or if you look at, that’s Harvard and MIT’s initiative along with 80 plus colleges and universities that are putting all their […]
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