Areas of Expertise
Areas of Expertise
Languages
Language
English, Arabic
Time Zone
Time Zone
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Location
Location
Toronto, Canada
About

I have more 12 years of experience in the online, social media, and digital marketing industries, and holding top accreditation being a Certified Google Professional, Certified Process Master by Hammer and Co, Certified Digital Marketing Consultant & Trainer by WSI (Headquartered in Toronto - Canada), Yahoo Ambassador, member of the Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization, member of the Web Analytics Association, and member of the Usability Professionals Association. Actively helping businesses, organizations, and professionals in North America, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa to be successful on the internet and the online digital world by creating unique online & digital ...See All

Education

King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
BS, Management of Information Systems (MIS)
1996 – 2000

Experience and Distinctions

WebAward: Toy & Hobby Standard of Excellence
Web Marketing Association
2010

Since 1997, the Web Marketing Association’s annual WebAward Competition has been setting the standard of excellence for Website development. Independent expert judges from around the world review sites in 96 industries. The best are recognized with a WebAward which helps interactive professionals promote themselves, their companies, and their best work to the outside world. The WebAward Competition is the premier award recognition program for Web developers and marketers worldwide.


WebAward: Travel Standard of Excellence
Web Marketing Association
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Other Sites
Expert Academy on LiL
4 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Mon Sep 9 2013 at 08:00 am EDT
Last Log-in:
Mon Sep 9 2013 at 06:36 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Apr 23, 2013
Learning Intrest
About Husam Jandal
Group Classes (4)
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In this session, students will learn about: 1) The Reality of Search Marketing 2) Optimizing Delivery of Local Searches 3) What Is Google Places? 4) The Changes to the Search landscape 5) Who Does This Impact Your Business? 6) What Do I Do Next to Take Advantage of This? 7) Additional Resources and Q&As
Digital Knowledge Creation Process is essentially using digital media to streamline one’s accrual of knowledge. Improving one’s career IQ without digital media is no longer an option in today’s knowledge economy. The Internet provides an awesome quantity of information, observations, and opinions on a daily basis. Developing an ability to digest and redistribute valuable pieces from this massive flow creates an advantage in the traditional marketplace. Multiply this info-gathering method times all the people in your workforce and you will have a distinct advantage on the competition. This process costs virtually nothing beyond the time invested in consuming the content, yet very few people make the effort to refine it into an effective art. More than that, most organizations do nothing to provide employees with help in either identifying valuable sources of information or the tools that can be used to aggregate and filter it. When people think of digital media, their first efforts typically go to using it as a marketing tool. Truth be known, most organizations would instead derive more value from building powerful streams of information than from trying to figure out how to use Facebook in their marketing. In a knowledge economy, the smartest people win. Somewhere along the line, many people skip the step it takes to build their unique system for finding valuable information sources and filtering this information into their brains. We all have taken a few minutes here and there to build smaller streams of information, but most have not opened the floodgates of what is possible. That is what this process is all about. Do not miss out on the opportunity to raise your career IQ along with that of the entire team!
Digital Knowledge Creation Process is essentially using digital media to streamline one’s accrual of knowledge. Improving one’s career IQ without digital media is no longer an option in today’s knowledge economy. The Internet provides an awesome quantity of information, observations, and opinions on a daily basis. Developing an ability to digest and redistribute valuable pieces from this massive flow creates an advantage in the traditional marketplace. Multiply this info-gathering method times all the people in your workforce and you will have a distinct advantage on the competition. This process costs virtually nothing beyond the time invested in consuming the content, yet very few people make the effort to refine it into an effective art. More than that, most organizations do nothing to provide employees with help in either identifying valuable sources of information or the tools that can be used to aggregate and filter it. When people think of digital media, their first efforts typically go to using it as a marketing tool. Truth be known, most organizations would instead derive more value from building powerful streams of information than from trying to figure out how to use Facebook in their marketing. In a knowledge economy, the smartest people win. Somewhere along the line, many people skip the step it takes to build their unique system for finding valuable information sources and filtering this information into their brains. We all have taken a few minutes here and there to build smaller streams of information, but most have not opened the floodgates of what is possible. That is what this process is all about. Do not miss out on the opportunity to raise your career IQ along with that of the entire team!
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