This is a webinar I gave outlining the key things to do and to avoid when building a business leveraging social media. I outline the key tasks to do and to avoid for social media and cover how to build a strong network on Facebook and Twitter, the steps to get more eyes on your posts and likes to your fan page, hints, tips, and tricks for Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Keywords are becoming ever more important in all aspects of online marketing because the search engines are now indexing content from almost every location on the web.
This social medial for small businesses training is for all the small and home business owners that are tired of wasting precious time and money trying to understand how best to leverage social medial for their business. This also includes special tips for regionally focused businesses so you can learn how to get more local customers with social media. If you have lost endless hours on Facebook and other social media sites – time you could have used to build your business – then this webinar is for you.
He is the most honest, giving of knowledge freely and easy to work with is an understatement. His patient manner, his willingness to give you as much knowledge as he has is a blessing. I rely on Chris for things like Twitter development, Linkedin, Facebook, Goggle + and Pinterest, etc. He is expert in all these fields.
If your company is new to Pinterest, you can sign up for a business account. If your business has an existing account, you can convert it.
Let me start by saying that if you are going to stay safe online, never enter or post any data in social media that you would not want discussed on national news. Recently Facebook changed their privacy settings making it harder to limit your posts to specific people. That got a lot of people angry […]
Recently I saw a post on a social networking site where a leader in a network marketing (MLM) company bragged about the number of people in their downline and the gobs of money the individual was making in such a short time. While it is fairly common to see posts using income claims as a means for recruitment, this particular post got me thinking. I know many good, well meaning people that talk about the money their upline makes as a decision point for joining their business.
Many don’t know that they are, in fact, committing a crime.