Earlier this week, I had the honor of guest posting over at Sparksmore. I met Jason Sparks at Tribe Conference last month and he runs a great website and marketing business to help other entrepreneurs get off the ground and establish a successful digital presence.
Here’s a teaser:
Most entrepreneurs know that a website is a must-have when owning a business. Many now realize that social media is not only a valuable asset to share their message and promote their website content, but is essential to building trust and nurturing relationships online. If you happen to be one of the few holding out on utilizing social media to grow your business, did you know that according to pewinternet.org, 90% of young adults ages 18-29 and 65% of all adults are on social media?
While it can seem overwhelming to keep up with posting and interacting on all of the various social networks, there is good news! You don’t have to be on all of the channels, you just need to be where your audience primarily likes to hang out. Ideally, this also intersects with one or two of your favorite networks that you already enjoy.
Let’s discuss more about how to find out where your ideal customers and community members spend their time.
To read more about my three things to consider when deciding on social media platforms, head over to my guest post at Sparksmore.
Side note: In other exciting news, I just added social media coaching calls to my list of service offerings. Sessions can be scheduled online through my calendar at Schedulicity. Check out my new social media coaching page to learn more and book your session!
Have a great day, friends!