Build Your Personal Brand with Social Media and Software Don’t miss the opportunity to network, get inspired, and gain access to a wealth of resources at the 2016 Connecting Women to Power Business Conference on Thursday, June 16th, 2016, at California State University, Dominguez Hills. This is a full day event, packed with breakout sessions that will help you in every area of your business. One of the featured panels I will be part of will… Read more »
Last week was pretty freakin’ phenomenal I had 3 in person events in the last 5 days and I loved every moment of it. As a social media coach and trainer, I also love the Internet but truly there is NOTHING like connecting with people in person. It deepens the connection I have to the people I serve and it’s fulfilling see fruits of my labor up close and in person. Last week… Read more »
If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift you have come to the right place. Get something unique for a loved one and support a small business owner at the same time! Take a look around and share this Guide with your social networks. Click HERE to send an automatic tweet letting people know you are supporting this guide and encourage them to do the same!
As you know I LOVE supporting small business owners and I encourage everyone to do the same when it comes to shopping. For the last few years I have done a gift guide for most every major holiday including Mother’s Day, Father’s day, Valentine’s Day and of course Christmas.
My Holiday’s Gift Guides have created massive buzz… Read more »
Think Twitter is a waste of time? Having a dead booth at a vending event, sitting in the back and waiting for customers to walk up to you is a waste of time! Here is a quick video on how to maximize your vending opportunities by using Twitter’s search feature as well as #hashtags. What do you do to get more foot traffic? TWEET! Grab your smart phone or laptop and go to the Read more »
I think we can all agree that discounts are an important part of any business, but when do these so called deals hurt small businesses? BEWARE and think about these things:
#1 Limit the amount of coupons a customer can redeem
#2 Plan for a busy day and make sure you have enough staff to cover your floor (if you have a brick and mortar business). Having too many customers you can’t serve can cause bad… Read more »
Twitter can be scary to some and a waste of time to most people but the strategy I am going to show you below has worked for me time and time again. Sometimes it works immediately; sometimes days, weeks or even months after but it works! And it works perfectly while I’m sitting on my couch without picking up the phone!
#1 Visit Socialoomph.com and sign up for an account
#2 Add your Twitter… Read more »
With the rise of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, the most competitive jobseekers are developing a whole new set of networking skills. Of course, branding yourself as a passionate, but balanced professional can be tough. Who should you be following on Twitter? In which LinkedIn debate should you post an intelligent question? How “real” should you really get on your Facebook profile? As savvy web socialites continue to leverage themselves… Read more »
If you have a Facebook or Twitter account you probably noticed an increase in the number of political postings over the past few years. This is due, in part, to the explosive rise in social media outlets and users. But voters are not the only people who use social media; among politicians, 9 out of 10 Senators and Representatives have Twitter accounts. Many are starting to wonder if social media is becoming less a reporter… Read more »
It’s that time of year again! You should be thinking about your holiday marketing strategies. Every year, marketers expect to make big sales around the holidays and every year, they base their marketing tactics on the last year’s consumer behavior. To help you out this year, take a look at the reports of how consumers shopped during the 2011 holidays and learn how to get in on the action! Yes, it’s possible to… Read more »