Top Chicago Influencer Marketing Company Educates with New Live Webcast Program

Chicago influencer marketing leader Social Jack launches its much-anticipated, "Influence Factory" bringing influencers topical industry news in an exciting way. Social Jack jump-started 2018 with a bang launching their new, free online webinar to podcast offering called The Influence Factory.

Chicago, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Chicago influencer marketing leader Social Jack launches its much-anticipated, “Influence Factory” bringing influencers topical industry news in an exciting way.

Social Jack jump-started 2018 with a bang launching their new, free online webinar to podcast offering called The Influence Factory. The show airs live every Wednesday at noon CST as a webinar, but unavailable viewers can catch the episodes at a later time on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, SoundCloud and other channels.

Influence Factory, Where Leaders Assemble, features a wide variety of up-to-date segments compacted into a concise hour. Segments include an Influencer lesson of the week, a Special Guest interview with an Industry Business Influencer, updates on the latest industry news, and “Ask the Experts”. “Listeners” are encouraged to participate through polls, questions, and a Q&A segment and at the end of each episode the viewer with the most engagement receives a special prize. The goal of the webcast is for aspiring Influencers to engage and share new business ideas and learn from industry experts.

Each week Influence Factory features a different guest influencer to answer viewers’ questions pertaining to their area of expertise. Past guests include Google SEO Expert Joe Karns, Social Media Speaker Spencer X. Smith, Microsoft Storyteller Miri Rodriguez, and “The Video Jedi” George B. Thomas, Nimble CRM founder Jon Ferrara. Interested viewers can watch past episodes on Social Jack’s app, or on the official Social Jack YouTube channel.

Viewers can also listen to past episodes on the go in podcast form on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Google Play. The best way to catch The Social Jack Influence Factory is by subscribing to their weekly Webcast, and ensuring you don’t miss an episode, at myinfluencefactory.com

About Social Jack:

The Social Jack System is an influencer development platform that combines the power of people, social teaming and today’s social networks to create Business Influencers and develop a targeted loyal following and achieve influence in your world. Social Jack serves organizations, executives, professionals, top producers, speakers, and they even have Influencer Event offerings.

About Dean DeLisle

As Founder and CEO of Forward Progress, Dean leads his core team to provide digital marketing solutions serving over 2,000 corporate clients for the past 15 years. In 2015 Dean created and released a Business Influencer Development Platform known as Social Jack, and they have successfully trained over 100,000 professionals on Social Selling and B2B Influencer Marketing. Their curriculum and programs are used globally by Fortune 500 companies, Associations, Conferences and Universities to instill best practices related to the effective use of social networks.

Contact Info:
Name: Dean DeLisle
Organization: Social Jack Business Influencer Development
Address: 445 East Ohio Street #203, Chicago, IL 60611, United States

For more information, please visit https://socialjack.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300554

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