March 07, 2014 09:30 AM
One of the roles of the Brainshark Customer Community team is to look at how customers are using Brainshark and to provide benchmarking reference points for their next series of presentations. We just finished an analysis of presentations created by customers and several factoids jumped out at us.
We will be discussing these and many other things at upcoming User Group Meetings and Workshops. In the meantime, we’ve pulled together a few data points to share with you here.
March 06, 2014 09:31 AM
March’s edition of the Brainshark newsletter highlights our free events to help you become a Brainshark-creating expert! We have both in-person and online events on the way covering a variety of Brainshark best practices.
We also have some exciting webinars for you! Coming up this month:
Losing Control of Your Content? New Exposure in a Tablet-Driven World
Get More from Marketing: Strategies for Sales
Extreme Makeover: PowerPoint Edition
We’ve also been busy working...
March 05, 2014 09:50 AM
Did you know that money spent on “self-paced” eLearning across the globe reached more than $58 billion in 2013? If that sounds like a lot of cash, consider this – that number could actually double within the next two years.
That’s how hot eLearning technology is today, according to a recent infographic from eLearning Industry titled 10 eLearning Statistics for 2014.
“Corporations now report that eLearning is the second most valuable training method that they use,...
March 04, 2014 09:30 AM
Social Centered Selling reports that 73% of salespeople who use social selling techniques outperform their peers who don’t. That’s great news for reps who are already using platforms such as LinkedIn to connect with prospects. But as with everything, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it.
Mark Synek, Principal at Sales Benchmark Index knows a thing or two about using social selling to help sales and marketing leaders make their numbers. In the short video below, he reveals ...
March 03, 2014 09:56 AM
Disruptive forces — mobile, social and video — have fundamentally changed how training is designed and how learners learn. Learners are demanding access to training content 24/7, anytime, anywhere and on more than one device. This “New Normal” requires a blended approach that aligns learning with organizational needs, provides more interactive learning experiences and collaboration, and integrates training into the workflow; all while maintaining consistent messages acr...