Win a Copy of Social Media Success!
I’m very excited to announce that my book, Social Media Success! will be released late this fall (Maybe early October!). This book has been a long time coming, and I’m fortunate to have a fabulous publisher and lots of support from my family, friends and clients while I pull together case studies and information that will really help make sense of all this social media hoo-ha.
As a social media coach I run into all kinds of situations but one thing is abundantly clear. For people trying to run a business, start one up or grow it even more, there is just too much noise to value ratio. They don’t know where to start, how to find the right networks for their message, which tools make a good fit and what the techniques and processes are that can ensure social media success (whatever that means to them specifically) without having to drop everything to learn this stuff.
The book is written as a practical guide to understand the concepts and identify your goals, draw up your own social media strategy and get down to it with a minimum of panic.
The case studies are from real world businesses. Nonprofits, small businesses and individual examples to show you how you can use social media to build relationships, use inbound marketing techniques, and do it all efficiently so you actually have time for work!
So here’s the part where we can help each other out.
I’ve set up a fan page on Facebook for the book. I’d love to hear what your challenges are and what kinds of cases you’d like to see. I’ll be posting excerpts from the book, links to downloads and maybe even some videos to support what you’re going to be learning in the book. After the book is released this is the page where you’ll find links to resources in the book, interviews, events and all kinds of cool stuff I haven’t even thought of yet!
Win your copy
Over the next couple of months I’ll randomly draw 10 fans names to win a copy of the book and a 30 minute social media coaching session about your business or your personal social media issues.