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Key methods to become more effective in using social media.

Key methods to become more effective in using social media.

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  • Welcome to Social Media for Us – who is us? Us, for the purpose of today are business owners or people in business.

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  • Social Media Effectiveness Sandy Blanquera CEO of Social Boomerang
    • If I have resistance to something, it means that something’s wrong.
    • The resistance to me is a sign of fear.
    • ~ Billy Corgan
    • Okay,
    • I’ll stop resisting,
    • so where do I start?
    • The core Social Media Bundle for Job Seekers
    • How can I
    • be effective
    • at Social Media?
  • Ever skip through a commercial with the fast forward button? 90% of people who CAN, skip commercials.
  • Have a conversation, not a monologue @!?>?#**$%!!
  • Listen closely, contacts are talking
  • Learn to use the tools
  • Be worth knowing
  • Brand yourself; be an expert
  • Share freely
  • Stay engaged in the conversation
  • Make sure people can easily find you
  • Link your Social Media
    • Top 3 tips for social networking success!
    • Lose the fear
    • Build relationships and the connections will happen based on trust
    • Draw many people into your community