Short Informational Videos Soon Available in the Network Software
Making the Network work for you so that you can make those split placements involves many moving parts. (Although if you want to simplify things drastically, focusing on The Four Pillars of Top Echelon Network is a great place to start.) One of the moving parts of which I speak is the Network software, including the Members’ Area and also “Splitsville,” which is the social media aspect of the software.
Providing training that deals with these specific areas of the Network software is one way in which we want to help Preferred Member recruiters . . . and we’ll soon be providing just such training. The training that I’d like to discuss in this blog post, though, deals not with full-fledged training videos or long articles, but instead with short informational videos.
These videos will be 30 seconds to 60 seconds in duration, and they’ll be located within the software. Specifically, they’ll be located right next to the written part of the website that also deals with that topic. For example, next to the section in the software titled “Golden Rules” or “Policies,” there will be a small video icon. When you click on that icon, a window will automatically open containing a video overview of the “Golden Rules” or Policies.
Are these videos meant to be comprehensive in nature? Obviously not, since they’ll be anywhere between 30 and 60 seconds long. However, they are designed to provide enough information so that the person watching will have a working knowledge of the topics covered.
“The Golden Rules” and the Policies are just two of the subjects that we’ll be addressing with these videos. Below is a short list of some other topics in the queue:
- The Frequent Placer Program (FPP)
- The four-stage application process
- The placement forms
What’s the timeframe for these videos? In other words, when will they be made available? Well, we’re not going to wait until they’re completely finished before releasing them. First of all, we don’t know how many there are going to be. We might think of others while we’re filming the ones from our initial list. Second, why make you wait? We’ll incorporate the videos into the software on an individual basis as soon as they’re ready. And remember . . . these videos aren’t just for newer Members. They’re for any Preferred Member recruiter who wants to know more about the Network.
What do you think? What other topics should be included in this series of training videos? What else do you believe we should include in our training for Top Echelon Network, video-related or not? We welcome your feedback. That’s how we make our systems better . . . and it’s also how we roll.
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