Social Media Resources
These social media resources are designed to help you take your social networking to the next level.
Whether you are looking for a way to get started with social media or needing a way to organize your online presence, these resources will help you get there!
Read on to find out more about these social media resources.
Amy Porterfield: Amy is a whiz at self-promotion, that dreaded concept we all have to engage with to be successful online. She knows how stressful marketing yourself can be and so she’s created super simple educational tools to help you get more traffic, leads, and sales without the hassle and stress. Her tools are amazing, informative, and most importantly they’re helpful and they really work. Check her out at AmyPorterfield.com today!
Facebook: Facebook currently has around 757 million daily users, so when we talk about free publicity we can not overlook this social networking giant. The best way to promote your business here is by starting a Facebook Fan Page. It offers you a free platform to promote on, viral publicity, a HUGE, receptive audience, the ability to build your mailing list through opt-ins, improved search engine optimization, and much more!
FBInfluence: The FBInfluence course covers both the technical and strategic sides of existing on Facebook. You’ll learn how to have a page for your business, create multiple pages, garner a following, brand with Facebook, use the insights too and user interface, encourage engagement, build authority, outsource your social media, and much more. FBInfluence also gives you real world examples of the strategies they are teaching.
Gary Vaynerchuk: As a New York Time bestselling author and a social media expert, Gary believes in marketing for the year we live in now. As times are always changing, so does the marketing landscape. It’s not enough to just develop high-quality content, one must develop high-quality content that is perfectly adapted to very specific social media platforms. Developing content that is tailored to mobile devices is also extremely important.
Google+: You can list your business on Google+ free of charge, and instantly connect with potential and existing customers through your Circles. Your Google+ page not only pops up in search results, but also in maps. Everything works on computer AND mobile, so people can find your location while driving, and dial your number with a single touch while they’re using their phone. Your information is literally at their fingertips!
HootSuite: Manage social networks, schedule messages, engage your audiences, and measure ROI right from Hootsuite’s dashboard. Engage with your audience by scheduling and managing your social outreach, enabling you to listen to and learn from your followers. With their analytics you are able to get all the data you need from your social interaction, and see it all on easy-to-read reports. This is just a bit of what they offer.
LinkedIn: The world’s largest professional network with 300 million members in over 200 countries. Their mission is to connect professionals and to help them be more productive and successful. By joining you get access to people, jobs, news, updates, and insights all designed to help your business. Discover new business opportunities, deals, and ventures, as well as advertise with LinkedIn.
RW: Are you suffering from information overload? Most people are. I know I did. One marketer I liked said "give away tons of free content - you can't give too much!", while another (who I liked just as much) said "stop giving away your products - sell everything!" It's confusing to say the least! That is why you need a Roadmap. A plan of action tailored to YOUR needs, your budget & your time available. I'll help you make that plan of action, & stick to it, until you reach your goal!
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Success Timeline: The right timing will change everything! You have purchased the products and taken the courses and things are still not working. Sure, you've learned a lot and even seen some results, but you know there should be more. More traffic. More sales. More peace of mind. I submit the problem is timing! After over 3,000 one-to-one consulting phone calls, I have distilled exactly what to do and, most importantly, when to do it, into this easy to use course.
Twitter: Twitter is considered a micro-blogging site and the key feature is the ability to broadcast messages of 140 characters or less. Twitter offers a large active audience to engage and a tremendous free opportunity for you to promote your website, product, or service. When you tweet useful, informative, interesting information and interact with your followers you gain a trusting audience and new customers.