Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? Oh no!

Welcome to the world of social media marketing. Ready to go?

“But I don’t even know where to begin!”

That’s okay. There’s no need to get overwhelmed by the incredible array of social media options out there. Find out which social media channels make sense for your business, and optimize your impact there.

A strong presence on one or two channels is better than spreading yourself poorly across five or six sites that you can’t realistically maintain.

“I keep hearing about optimizing my social media? What does that mean?”

Optimizing your channels means more than being on the right channels for your audience. It’s also about creating links so that your social media posts bring viewers to your website. Get help setting up your social media channels properly if you don’t know how to do this. I offer an initial setup and coaching package so you can take over doing this yourself after establishing a functional social media presence. In the end, it’s all about getting your audience to click through to your website and engage with your events or purchase your services/products. Great social media also inspires *sharing,* which is the great promise and potential of social media marketing.

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Shares, retweets, and likes = repeat views in news feeds = huge audience increases.

When readers click “like” or “share” or add a comment to your social media post, that same post appears in their friends’ social media news feeds, too.  Thus, one simple click can instantly introduce you to dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of new prospects. Since those new prospects already have something in common with someone who likes your product/services, can you see why it’s worth finding them?

Want to Set up Your Social Media Strategy?

Email me for a free 30-minute consultation.

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