What Brings You Here?
Something brought you here today. And I think I know what it is. Developing a social media strategy and then executing it, staying consistent with it, and getting results from it on a daily basis can be challenging. Especially if it isn't your full-time job. When social networks first started to surge in popularity about 15 years ago, we were all told we needed to get on each network. Once we got on each network, if we had a business, we were urged to create a "business profile" and use it to grow our businesses. Then, once each one of these social networks launched an advertising platform, were told one of the best ways to grow our business would be to advertise on it. Now with video, we're told we need to showcase our brand on video to help our customers learn more about us.
The constant shift in social media can almost feel overwhelming, especially when you're doing it on your own and have nobody to hold you accountable.
So, maybe you're here because you have a desire to learn more about how social media can be used as a tool to capture more leads, more customers, or increase brand awareness. Or maybe you want to understand the basics to you can hire someone else to manage it for you. One thing is for sure, social media isn't just about posting and status updates. It has evolved into being a strong component for many company's marketing programs.
Training in Groups: Social Media Mastermind
Online courses are great. Self-study at your own pace can truly help you flourish in learning about social networks like Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn, but for many that just simply isn't enough.
Private Coaching & Consulting
Private coaching and consulting is an excellent option for anyone who wants 1-on-1 attention, but is also dedicated to being held accountable for completing recommended tasks or assignments that will steadily move your business forward. If this sounds like you, then private coaching may be ideal.
Group or Corporate Speaking & Training
When you have an entire team dedicated to leading your social media and digital marketing efforts, they need to be on the same page. It's not unusual for organizations with growing digital marketing programs to have teams that operate in silos. The sales team doesn't communicate with the social media team, the social media team doesn't communicate with the team leading the marketing strategy, and so on.