Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Richard Nacht
630 followers -
Entrepreneur, Adjunct Professor, Author, Father and Husband
Entrepreneur, Adjunct Professor, Author, Father and Husband

630 followers
About
Richard's posts

Post has attachment
Jane Genova of the Law and More blog was kind enough to interview me.  Jane Genova of the Law and More blog was kind enough to interview me.  I've known Jane since the early days of online digital and media communications. From the first day I read her online writing I've been hooked and continue to read all that she writes religiously.  There is no one that knows more about effective online communication than Jane.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
The Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) Joins The Conference Board.  My SNCR Fellows profile can be read below.

The Conference Board has announced that the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) — a 501(c)(3) research and education institution dedicated to the advanced study of how new and emerging communications tools and technologies (such as digital, social media, and mobile) are affecting business, media, health, law, culture, and society — will join The Conference Board and operate as part of the larger organization.

Founded in 2005, SNCR brings to The Conference Board a vast portfolio of business publications, including thematic research reports, a peer-reviewed journal, a blog and case studies highlighting successful corporate communications practices. Most importantly, The Conference Board will be able to draw on the expertise of SNCR’s Fellows — a global network of futurists, analysts, scholars, business leaders, marketers and communicators, technologists and media representatives from around the globe— to engage its members in an ongoing dialogue on corporate communication issues and consolidate its thought leadership in the field.

Founded in 1916 and based in New York, The Conference Board counts as members over 1,000 public and private companies in some 60 countries. It produces research in a wide array of areas, including global economics, human capital, corporate governance, sustainability and philanthropy. By becoming a division of The Conference Board, SNCR expands the outreach of its knowledge and best practices while The Conference Board strengthens the value proposition of its corporate membership.

More...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Co-author with Paul Chaney - Realty Blogging: Build Your Brand and Out-Smart Your Competition.

Unleash the power of blogging in your real estate business

Are you blogging for your real estate business? Realty Blogging shows you how to fully utilize this powerful, direct-communication marketing tool, giving you all the know-how you need to capture the interest and business of local homeowners, buyers, and sellers.

Drawing upon their extensive experience in blogging, real estate, and online marketing, authors Richard Nacht and Paul Chaney reveal how to:

Develop an effective Internet marketing strategy
Generate leads consistently at almost no cost
Define yourself as an expert in a particular area
Serve your market niche
Establish long-term relationships with your customers
Create content that attracts major search engines
Create buzz about your blog in the media

Post has attachment
Categorical Technology, co-founder & President

Categorical's publishing platform is the easiest way to publish curated content to web pages and newsletters.

Post has attachment
Digital NYC

CEO, Founder four startups, sold early online lending platform in 2003, INC 500 honoree, best selling author blog marketing. Richard has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, a JD from New York Law School, an MBA from NYU and has taught social media as an Adjunct Professor at NYU. Richard is responsible for marketing, sales, partnerships and operations.


Post has attachment
Senior Research Fellow, Society for New Communications Research

Richard Nacht is the President and Co-founder of Categorical Technology, a leader in the creation and development of the new class of enterprise software; robust yet easy to use, enterprise complexity at a fraction of the cost of old line enterprise software. Richard is responsible for strategic growth, business development, sales and partnership opportunities.

Post has attachment
Adjunct Professor New York University
Leadership and Human Capital Management
Wait while more posts are being loaded