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Philip Calvert
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Social Network founder, Professional Speaker on Social Media Sales Strategy
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A proven, high value, high content, entertaining and motivational professional speaker on Social Media for conferences and large sales events.

Social Network founder, Professional Speaker on Social Media Sales strategy.

Expert on how to increase sales using LinkedIn and Social Media consultant for professional services businesses and highly regulated industries.

Please say hello to me at my Social Media Speaker page on Twitter.

Next public workshops:  "How to use LinkedIn to attract new customers and increase sales"
Now taking bookings for London and Surrey LinkedIn workshops:  http://www.philipcalvert.com/next-public-training-event.html

Outside work?  Kickboxing, Photography, loud guitars and Yoga.
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Social Network founder, Professional Speaker / Conference Speaker / Keynote Speaker on Social Media Sales Strategy and LinkedIn trainer / expert
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Professional Speaking, LinkedIn, Social Media Sales Strategy, Presentation Skills, LinkedIn for Sales
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  • PhilipCalvert.com
    Professional Speaker, 2004 - present
    Professional speaker, keynote conference speaker on Social Media Sales Strategy, LinkedIn strategist and trainer.
  • Social Network founder and Professional Speaker on Social Media Sales Strategy
    2004 - present
  • LifeTalk
    Founder, 2004 - present
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There are some useful tips in this article by Alex Pirouz. I wouldn't say that the six tips he's chosen are all in my top recommendations, so here are ...
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There's been a huge amount written about the Microsoft / LinkedIn deal, and this interview with founder and chairman gives clues as to where they are go...
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"Brands will love"? I'm not so sure some of them will.Anything which encourages brands to take customer service more seriously on Social Media has to b...
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Although this article has a US focus, it has clear relevance to the UK market too.Our own research at LifeTalk shows that 84.5% of IFAs/advisers have a ...
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Maybe it's just me, but hardly anyone I know proactively uses Google+ in their businesses. And I say 'businesses' because whenever it comes up in conve...
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An interesting article which was written just over a week before the referendum vote this week. It refers to Nick Carter-Lando who said “If you see som...
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This is great, and whilst I don't have it installed myself, one other person in our house has already excitedly showed me where my car is parked on his ...
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This is excellent and really goes to show that we're only limited by our own imaginations as to how we can benefit from using Social Media and Content M...
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As Content Marketing becomes more of a science than an art, it's great to find some actual science behind what works and what doesn't.This is one of the...
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An interesting, and not surprising move from the social networking Goliath which benefits both individual members and Facebook themselves.We as ordinary...
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'Know your customer' is a well-known mantra in sales and marketing - as is 'know your competition'. Whilst this article looks at how we can regain soci...
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This is a great question, but not one that can be answered easily.To my way of thinking, Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn was a natural step, and des...
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LifeTalk – the Social Network for IFAs and Financial Planners -
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LifeTalk - conversations and business support for professional financial advisers, IFAs, MDRT members, IFP members and PFS members. Professi

The Bank of Facebook | LinkedIn
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In February 2010 while in Menlo Park with Mark Sinclair, Bob Barker and Louis Gray I made this video about Facebook becoming a Bank. The vid

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Eight secrets to creating and running a vibrant, active and engaging gro...
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A question on Google+ recently asked how to create a Group on LinkedIn which achieves active engagement. I replied, but have taken the oppor

How to find valuable connections on LinkedIn through your hobbies and in...
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Ever since I first discovered the amazing world of online networking on Ecademy.com in 2004, one of the things I've noticed which consistent

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As a recent speaker to the speaking circuit, I'm interested in working with a manager who will elevate my speaking career to the next level.

6 Ways to Be Creative Under Pressure
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Is a time crunch killing your creativity? Use these six strategies for sparking new ideas even when you're under the gun.

We heard about your anti-social behaviour
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So, how are you getting on with your New Year Resolutions?
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Struggling? Then take a look at this fantastic article <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/redirect?url=http://timkastelle.org/blog/2013/12/do

I see that many members use video in their profiles. How has adding vide...
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I see that many members use video in their profiles. How has adding video to your website or linkedIn affected your marketing results?

What ONE aspect of your speaking skills or speaking business will you wo...
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What ONE aspect of your speaking skills or speaking business will you working extra hard on in 2014?

What marketing strategy was most effective for you when you were getting...
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I've spent too much time planning the content of my workshops- now I'd love to get started actually giving them... My niche is career planni

How are you spending Christmas...
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...and what are you looking forward to in 2014 - personally and professionally? Philip

How do you cope with nerves before a presentation?
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It could be a presentation to your boss or the Board, a seminar to clients or a big keynote speech to a big conference. Do you have a routin

When and what made you to be a professional speaker and what's the turni...
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When and what made you to be a professional speaker and what's the turning point of your life as a speaker

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Announcing LinkedIn Showcase Pages
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Millions of companies use their LinkedIn Company Pages to share content and opportunities. For our members, the best way to stay up to date

I'll confess straight away that I LOVE the Hoxton hotels in London's Shoreditch and Holborn. I have stayed there, held events there and hold most of my business meetings in London at each property. Just like the two hotels in London, the Amsterdam Hoxton is relaxed, friendly, trendy, cool, relaxing and extremely high quality. Fantastic attention to detail in the design throughout - right through to the title on the bill which reads 'The Damage'. Despite such quirky touches, the hotel is also upmarket but in an unstuffy way. Our room was on the fourth floor and overlooked one of the canals. The room was huge, the bed was one of the most comfortable I've ever slept in anywhere and the pillows were like sleeping on clouds. Fantastic shower and all the usual facilities. The restaurant food was superb and the staff throughout are the most friendly and most helpful I've ever met in any hotel around the world. Our room wasn't ready when we arrived (not their fault - we were very early), so they immediately offered us free drinks from the bar. And speaking of the bar - you must try all the cocktails - awesome. One of the girls behind reception was particularly helpful during our stay and even came outside with us to say goodbye when we left. How many hotels have you stayed in where someone has done that? OK - a couple of tiny and picky points which I know the restaurant manager would want to hear. Firstly, every time we ate in the restaurant we had either two salt pots or two pepper pots on the table. It's a tiny point but the restaurant manager should know. Secondly, if you have wooden floors you are inevitably going to have several wobbly tables where you have to faff around putting tissues under one leg to make it stable. Not sure how you will sort that one, but worth passing on. On the plus side - it is SO nice to have properly starched napkins. A good touch. All in all a great stay and we'll definitely be back.
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