When it comes to marketing on social media I can talk about it, and I can talk about the talk. What that means is that I can explain how to market on social media (in the abstract) and I can also show you how to do it in the concrete, as in marketing on specific media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and more. Speaking of, and on, social media marketing, you will be pleased to know that I also walk the walk. Been there. Done that. And I can do it again.
Roaring Success Is Possible via Social Media Marketing
Believe it or not, it is actually possible to have roaring success with social media when it comes to marketing your products or services, but as with many things you have to know how to get it right, because if you don’t you can equally have massive failure and give it all up as a bad job. That would be a shame, because the opportunities are there if you know how to take advantage of them. Speaking of, and on, social media marketing, I do, because I have been engaged in it for the last 20 years. Heck – I was marketing on Facebook before Mark Zuckerberg had even left college! Well, OK, a bit tongue in cheek, but you know what I mean.
Yes, there are plenty of opportunities for social media marketing, but you do have to know your way around. For example, did you know that on Facebook now you should not invite people to “comment”? You have to put it in a different way, because otherwise Facebook will hide you away, and you don’t want that. This is something that has happened only very recently, but as with Google, Facebook change their algorithms and their requirements on an ongoing basis. I keep my ear to the ground so that I know what is going on – as well as anyone can.
Let’s be honest, taking Google as an example, only Google knows exactly what they want this week and how it differs from last week, but I have a very shrewd idea because speaking of, and on, social media marketing, it’s my job to know. This is why my clients have such success with social media marketing, because I know what is going on so that they don’t have to worry about it. When something changes – which it does all the time – I am in the front row.
I see my job as to work WITH my clients, not FOR them, so I insure that you are kept abreast of every development as it happens.