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Social media is where the action is so if you have not started yet you better get tweeting. Twitter is adding 500K new followers every day. Twitter is real time conversation sharing but it needs to be used with a strategy to be successful in business. There is no sense in tweeting your update if no one is going to pay attention to it. If you do not tweet intentionally, you are wasting value time and even money.
To get the most out of the Twitter experience, you need to know the 5 Rights in order to get the biggest … Read the rest
There are so many reasons that I love blogging but getting comments from other people really jazzes me up!
Your blog is what makes your website alive.
It is the one page on your website that is not static. This is the platform where you can build a community, share information, and engage with your followers. I find that blogging is one of the most underutilized platforms.
Some people feel that they don’t want to be vulnerable and feel exposed.
I find that if you share your story in your style and your way- … Read the rest
Would you like to get more followers, find your ideal customers, and reach more people with your message? Are you getting overwhelmed by the Twitter Buzz? Who would have thought that 140 characters could have such punch? Twitter is more than people posting what they are up to or what they eating. Twitter is a very effective business tool if used correctly.
Twitter can do the following for you if used with intention:
- Build and nurture a community or tribe of followers – In order to build your community, you need to interact with the people who comment or
Maybe you have been in your business for awhile but hit a plateau and not sure what to do next or perhaps you would like to uplevel your game. Remember – you will continue to get the same results unless you change the game your playing.
Life is very much like a game. One of strategy and vision. Determine your vision and what you want it … Read the rest
You probably have heard that it takes at least 21 days to change a habit and that only 3% of people actually write out goals and these are the top achievers. It all depends on how bad you want to make the change. Change may mean you have to be more disciplined, more dedicated to planning your business strategy, and self-motivated and focused to create results. You need to devise a business strategy.
Here are 5 steps to help create the transformation:
- What are two of your top business goals that you would like
Do you ever feel like you are doing things but you are not really sure if people are paying attention? This question sparked a very interesting conversation with several friends and colleagues. When you are posting in social media forums, do you know how many people are viewing or reading your comments. Do people see all of your efforts?
This week was packed with connecting with women changing the world in their businesses and really great conversations. At the Millionaire Woman Club, Lori Raudnask and Gail Martin spoke about The Patterns of the Sales Cycle and 30 Days to Social … Read the rest