With the proliferation and popularity of video apps like TikTok and the rise of influencer marketing, social selling is everywhere. Even so, despite the convenience and ingenuity of this brand of marketing, it’s still unclear whether your product will stand out in the endless sea of advertisements that is the current social media scape. Even so, there are new platforms on the horizon that look a little different and seem to beckon the next frontier of social selling.
In case you missed the Verb Technology Webinar titled "Managing Compliance in an Online World" on Wednesday, October 26, the full recording is now available! Check out the full webinar hosted by Verb Technology Senior VP of Sales JJ Oswald and featuring Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam as well as author Jim Lupkin.
Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam as well as Director of Business Development Travis Wilson and Account Executive Dustin Rykert will be on hand for Vision 2023: DSA Sales & Marketing Conference from November 2-4 in Provo, Utah.
Continuing a busy fall of appearances, Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam will be featured in an upcoming Verb Technology Webinar titled Managing Compliance in an Online World set for Wednesday, October 26 at 12 pm Central.
Momentum Factor's Jonathan Gilliam will be a featured presenter on a French Direct Sales Association Webinar on direct selling trends in the United States coming to Europe on Wednesday, October 12 at 11 am Central time.
Due to a scheduling conflict, Momentum Factor Director of Business Development Travis Wilson will be taking Jonathan Gilliam's place and hosting a panel session at the upcoming 2022 Direct Selling Association (DSA) Legal & Regulatory Seminar from Sept. 21-23 in Washington, D.C.
Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam will be hosting a panel session at the upcoming 2022 DSA Legal & Regulatory Seminar from Sept. 21-23 in Washington, D.C. His panel, which will be held from 1-2 pm Eastern on Thursday, Sept. 22, will cover the DSA's recently released Compliance Officers Handbook.
You may have thought to yourself, “it seems like just about anyone can be an influencer these days,” and you’d be correct. Young people are finding it easier than ever to monetize the now-marketable skill of content creation. The transition from long-form to short-form content created a higher demand for more content, and thus more digital content creators.