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How Can I Help You Be More Successful in Your Marketing?


I help busy entrepreneurs set up step-by-step marketing systems.

What Marketing Improvement Would Be Worth $30 and One Hour to Have Completed?

Small companies tend to have more limited budgets. To help with that, I like to break down larger systems into their smaller components. This provides the opportunity for smaller companies to assemble their own customized marketing system in small steps, rather than having to risk a huge initial investment in time and money.

I’m putting together some new 60-minute online marketing workshops, so I’m looking to offer you the most help and value I can for an affordable price. I find that I’m able to offer even more value by leveraging my time in an online group setting.

In this workshop, I will actually walk you through a process so that, by the end of the hour, you will actually HAVE SOMETHING DONE AND IN PLACE. Learning new information is fun, but busy entrepreneurs sometimes just need to get things done, rather than just spending an hour and $30 learning about it, just to have to spend more time actually figuring out how to put your new knowledge into action. 😉

Which of these (choose as many as you like or add your own ‘Other’) do you need right now and would be worth $20-$30 to get done in a 60-minute online group workshop setting?

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11 Social Media Platforms for Business: Side-by-Side Strengths & Weaknesses Comparison


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Which social media platform will be most effective for your desired outcome?

Great quick comparison of some of the most popular Social Platforms and where you should be to distribute your message most effectively.

Compare Customer Communication, Brand Exposure, Site Traffic, and SEO qualities of 11 social platforms.

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Add Pinterest to Your WordPress Blog or Website


Want to embed your Pinterest Profile, Board, or Pin in your WordPress.com blog or self-hosted site?

Here’s how on your WordPress.com Blogs…

Here’s how on your WordPress self-hosted site…

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13 Free Social Media Analytics Tools and Reports by Simply Measured


AUTHOR: Simply Measured
SOURCE: http://www.simplymeasured.com/free-social-media-tools

Feedback is crucial to be able to see if/how what you are doing (have done) is actually working and getting you closer to your goals. Simply Measured’s reports are laid out in a very readable and user-friendly way. And…they were…FREE! 🙂 Upsell reports also available, but 13 absolute freebies here.

I got a free Twitter account analysis…and it even let me export it to Excel. Required me to authorize my Twitter account…took 5 seconds and automatically generated the report in my browser window.

The Social Traffic Report requires access to your Google Analytics Account.

Other free and paid reports available for Facebook, Instagram, Google+, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and blog traffic.

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Free Social Media Analytics Tools by Simply Measured

Free Social Media Analytics Tools by Simply Measured

 

Best and Worst Times to Post on Social Media Infographic


Best and Worst Times to Post on Social Media [Infographic] – SocialTimes

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6 Simple Photo Tools for Creating Social Media Visuals


AUTHOR: SocialMediaExaminer
EXPANDED POST: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/create-graphics-for-social-media/

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#1: Use PicMonkey’s Online Photo Editor.
PicMonkey‘s free option has a wide variety of frames, special effects and font types to choose from.

#2: Express Yourself Through Photos and Creations on LiveLuvCreate.
LiveLuvCreate is an image-creation website most anyone will find easy to use.

#3: Create Your Own Designs With Canva.
Canva is a free application that offers a myriad of graphic types for use in everything from presentations and posters, to business cards and invitations. For social media use, consider Canva to help you design Facebook cover photos and blog images.

#4: Use Image and Photo Editing Software From Paint.NET.
If you want some of PhotoShop’s capabilities, check out Paint.NET as an alternative.

#5: Design Unique and Compelling Presentations With PowerPoint.
It may come as a surprise to see PowerPoint on this list, but it offers another easy way to create social media images.

 

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