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Do you have a LinkedIn profile? Are you using your LinkedIn profile to its full potential? If not, I invite you to purchase this webinar by US dietitian Teresa Pangan on “Three LinkedIn tips to make you stand out”. I have heard Teresa speak a few times at the American Dietetic conference and I am always blown away with her passion and knowledge of social media and marketing. The webinar will give you tips on using LinkedIn to get connected, get opportunities and get noticed. The webinar will be of interest to those looking for a job, wanting to advance their career, or build their networks and/or business. You don’t want to miss this webinar, you will be amazed at the powerful results focused tips Teresa gives.
Teresa Pangan, PhD, RDN has launched ventures all throughout her career combining her passion for nutrition and knack for business skills. She is a top authority in web design and managing an online business for the nutrition and dietetics industry. For twelve years she owned a website design and development firm called Webnoxious where she delivered outstanding results for over 150 sites and then sold it in 2010.
Her latest entrepreneurial venture includes Teresa Pangan Brand Consulting and the social media services firm Social Media More with Less where she helps businesses get connected and grow their business with their ideal target markets.
Teresa loves to share her expertise through speaking, writing and teaching. Her writing contributions include contributing chapters on doing business online for the books Entrepreneurial Nutritionist, Competitive Edge, and Making Nutrition Your Business: Private Practice and Beyond.
Teresa loves to champion other dietitians in their careers and businesses helping them become visible so they can make a difference in others’ lives.
Teresa can be found at Starbucks sipping a mocha between taxiing her four kids to their activities. She enjoys unwinding with a glass of red wine while trying out a new recipe usually with red pepper, raspberries or basil in it.