LinkedIn Guy Gregg Burkhalter and the Roku Girl C.F. Jackson with iDefine TV on Buckhead Business Show.

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LinkedIn Guy Gregg Burkhalter and the Roku Girl C.F. Jackson with iDefine TV on Buckhead Business Show.

Gregg Burkhalter

Organization / Company Name:
Gregg Burkhalter, “The LinkedIn Guy”

Gregg Burkhalter is a recognized authority on Personal Branding and LinkedIn. He has helped countless professionals in the U.S. and abroad define and grow their Personal Brand using LinkedIn.

Gregg spent the first part of his professional career behind the microphone at radio stations in Savannah, Jacksonville, Charleston, and Atlanta. Following his radio years, Gregg worked in national music marketing and distribution.

Today, Gregg is known by many as “The LinkedIn Guy”. He provides Personal Branding Coaching and LinkedIn Training via one-on-one and group training sessions, corporate presentations and webinars. Gregg is also a frequent speaker at civic and chamber events and area universities.

Topics to Discuss:
“The LinkedIn Guy” story
LinkedIn (what’s new and what’s on the way)
Personal Branding (what is it and how to build and grow your personal brand)
What you should do daily on LinkedIn…

Web Site / Social Media Links:
www.GreggBurkhalter.com (website)

www.linkedin.com/in/greggburkhalter (LinkedIn profile)


C.F. Jackson

Company:
iDefine TV

With over 15 years of internet experience in the combination of personal and business, we have obtained a wealth of knowledge and valuable skills. We have learned from an assorted line of successful internet marketers today.

As students and as action takers, in a short period of time we’ve learned how to leverage the internet to help any small business, organization, and/or entrepreneur.

IDEFINE TV:

iDefine TV is the easiest and most affordable way to to broadcast your video content to 1,000s on television. This isn’t a commercial. No. This is the perfect vehicle to build credibility, authority and brand awareness. Our goal is to enrich, educated and entertain our viewers.

iDefine TV is a simple, yet a powerful way to leverage video to gain exposure and branding like the big corporations. It’s been reported that the average American spends 4 or 5 hours in front of the TV each day in comparison to a mere 15 minutes on YouTube.

Now here’s where we set ourselves apart from the others. It doesn’t matter if you have video content you’ve produced on your own or something we’ve produced for you, we now can distribute it to an actual television audience. No. We mean, no. This isn’t web based television. Your video will air on actual TV, 24 hours a days, 7 days a week.

Why settle for web video when you can expand your reach on television?

Topics to Discuss:
Streaming Media:
The backdoor to television for entrepreneurs to startups.

ARTICLE:
Your Backdoor To Television Without Mainstream Networks
http://bit.ly/Back_Door

Web Site / Social Media Links:
Website: www.iDefineTV.com

Facebook:
www.Facebook.com/CFJackson

www.Facebook.com/iDefineTV

Twitter:
@WontBeDenied
@iDefineTV



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