David Amerland

Why trust is essential in human relationships—at home and in business.

Relationships without trust—where can they go? When we enter into contact with another person, we need to trust him or her, at least to a certain degree. In times of war, we need to trust that we will not be killed by the other, in intimate relationships we need to trust that we won’t be hurt. And when we lose trust in the other, our relationship is impacted and can only grow and thrive when it is possible to recover and increase the trust between us. This is true for all areas of life, in the “real” and in the “virtual” world. What do we need to DO and how do we need to BE in order to be trustworthy? And how can we perceive that the other person, group, or business is trustworthy?

David will guide us in his understanding of building and maintaining trust in our personal lives and in our businesses.

Streamed live February 26, 2016

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About David Amerland

David Amerland

David Amerland’s involvement with the Web goes back to the days when the number of websites in existence could fit in a printed 80-page directory, and SEO consisted of keyword stuffing and pixel-wide hidden text. Since those less enlightened days, he has worked with blue-chip multinationals and individual entrepreneurs alike, helping them craft SEO and social media marketing strategies that work with their internal cultures and deliver value to their target audience.

He is the author of nine best-selling books, including SEO Help and Google Semantic Search. He writes for “Forbes” and “HP UK” and blogs on his own website, DavidAmerland.com. When he is not writing or surfing the Web, he spends time giving speeches internationally on how search and social media are changing everything.