AbleSim Social Media

I have reached 1000 YouTube Subscribers! This is important because I have a diverse set of Project Management products and services that I market:

  • Online Project Management Simulations
  • Classroom / Paper Based Project Management Simulations
  • Microsoft Project Support
  • Master’s Dissertation Support.

So I use social media to spread the word. I have around 300 tailored social media posts, so following or liking gives you a varied diet of project management posts.

  • YouTube – 1000 YouTube Subscribers!
  • FaceBook – see also the link at the bottom of this page
  • Twitter – see also the link at the bottom of this page
  • LinkedIn – 🔔AbleSim🔔 Andrew Bell

Project Management is a complex and dynamic subject. It cannot be taught solely by classroom lectures, books, or case studies. Project Management Simulations are required for students to learn through experience. Project Management is also a wide topic.

A daily ‘drip’ of posts onto your social media pages will help you to think about the wide aspect of Project Management.

AbleSim is run by Dr Andrew Bell BA(Open) MSc RPP FAPM SFHEA.

Andrew Bell at AbleSim provides online Project Management Simulations, Project Management Training and Consultancy, and remote MS Project Support. Andrew Bell also has 15 years experience supervising Master’s Dissertation projects.

AbleSim Social Media on YouTube

Set up in September 2017 I have just hit 1000 Subscribers. From starting off in October 2019 – so 1000 subscribers in two years. Not ‘Viral’ but a pleasing milestone!

The channel now grows at about 20 subscribers each week.

Sign up here!

AbleSim YouTube

AbleSim on YouTube

Summary

A social media presence is vital, but tailoring that with helpful and ‘non-sales’ posts helps encourage more participation.

Social Media – a key element in marketing any business.


Posted On: 13th October 2019

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