You really can build new connections through social media! Janet and Nick met through Google+, now they have a face-to-face chat on a hangout!
Here are some things that are covered in this interview:
- How to set up Twitter Lists
- Nick’s new Twitter training program: Zero to Twitter
- The excuse of not having enough time for social media
- How to use Hootsuite to create lists on Twitter and monitor all social sites
- Using Hootlet
Where can you find out about Nick Ellison and his products?
He has a FREE social media blueprint you can download: nickellison.net/blueprint
Here’s his new program: Zero to Twitter
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Ways to subscribe to the Social Media Hangout Time Show or Podcast:
Kimmy is very excited about the new skills she has learned in 2013 that she wants to share her plans for 2014. Kimmy, a.k.a. Lisa Saline, is a social media puppet who works with Janet E. Johnson, www.JanetEJohnson.com, a social media expert.
Kimmy and Janet are excited about their new Hangout and Podcast Channels coming soon!
Here is what Kimmy discussed in her interview with Janet last week.
What is Kimmy going to add to her Social Media Campaign in 2014?
- Facebook Ads: Kimmy learned that it’s important to show up in front of your target audience and not fall into the trap of just posting content willy nilly. She is going to be very specific by promoting posts to her salon clients, offering specials for people who reside in a certain zip code (close to her salon) and to some of her competitors (she don’t tell anyone).
- Google+: Since Google+ was launched that has been a hot spot for local business and online connection. Kimmy will post videos, interviews with other hair salon experts, schedule events in her salon and a whole lot more. She believes it’s a great new way to get new customers.
Graphics are a big influence in her industry so Instagram and Pinterest are here to stay. You can hear what Kimmy and Janet have to say now:
Daily Marketing Coach has been an incredible gift to me this past year for a number of reasons. As you know, I am an advocate of continual learning. It’s important for me to keep up with the marketing trends such as copywriting, social media platforms, web development platforms and internet marketing tools that can help me and my clients grow their businesses faster and more effectively.
They have a team of experts who guide us through all facets of marketing. I’ve met people from all over the world and maintain a daily accountability check in with them on our private Facebook page. Many friends, great memories and lots of knowledge.
Often times I catch myself running at the mouth with excitement to people who don’t have the same level of online experience that I do only to find them a bit perplexed. However, one of the best gifts any business owner can give themselves is to be part of this community as well.
Here are a few things I am mastering within the community:
- Setting up a compelling offer that attracts new prospects to my business
- How to structure an email autoresponder campaign so that you are in a position to educate and be seen as the expert in your field.
- Mastering your Mindset and what it takes to move forward in your business when you get stuck.
- Monetizing your skills and talents with a business model that you design.
- Setting up your blog
- Traffic generation. How to get eyeballs on your website.
- Setting up a marketing funnel so you can make more sales
- Fundamentals of Attracting Business
And a whole lot more. Not only is this a linear class structure it’s delivered in a variety of media types.
- Blog Posts
- Live Events
Here is what others are saying about Daily Marketing Coach too:
“Since joining DMC, I have sharpened my skills as an internet marketer and have had constant support and guidance in building my online business AND I’ve made more money! Can’t say enough good things about Ann Sieg and her team!” Lisa K
“I’ve been writing email to subscribers for many years, but most of my emails simply gave away valuable information. At DMC I’ve learned how to write emails that sell my own and other people’s products effectively! My business partner husband used to call 99% of our prospects, but now I like calling people, because the training at DMC has taught me what to say and how to encourage people to talk about the problem they want solved, and how to get them to see how my solution will help them!” J vanZyl
“Prior to coming to DMC I joined countless systems and teams hoping to find the magic bullet to success. DMC has taught me that the magic is really all about being and promoting yourself – with a plan! Step-by-step actions, with an emphasis on personalizing one’s business has given me clarity and focus.” D Zanrè
Find out more about Daily Marketing Coach by going to www.DMCOnlineTraining.com
Connect with my on Facebook and let me know what one thing you would like to accomplish in your business this year.
Here’s to a successful 2014.
Richard Branson, the already successful Branson, has had to close down businesses that were sucking money down drains with no end in sight. Arguably, he made bad decisions and bad investments. If he lives long enough and stays active, he’ll do so again. Long after the big crash that almost did him in, the freshly, super-successful Trump has been involved with failed real estate projects in Vegas and in Mexico, been sued or threatened suit by investors, and more recently his licensing and speaking deal with the company using the Trump University brand has bitten him in the ass. Presuming another decade of active entrepreneurialism, these won’t be the last sour real estate projects or the last ass bite. Disney has, recently, bought companies it later, quietly killed. Put out John Carter From Mars and The Lone Ranger. Completely screwed up its California Adventure theme park and has spent hundreds of millions of dollars re-tooling it. Examine almost any shiny success, and on its flip side, you’ll find grimy failure. How do you feel about that fact?
Zig told the story of the cat hat stepped on the hot burner, then not only wouldn’t ever jump on the stove again, but wouldn’t even come in the kitchen. This is how most people feel about and react to failure, particularly embarrassing and humiliating or expensive failure. If they experience it once, they never want to go in the kitchen again. One punch in the nose is all it takes. The truth of success scares the shinola out of most people.
There are also, always, the exceptionally successful individuals who are, in various ways, failures personally. Houdini failed at almost nothing, except control of his own ego, which very directly caused his premature and unnecessary death. There’s a T-shirt being sold, with picture of Bill Clinton, that reads: “Remember when YOUR biggest problem in Washington DC was MY stain on a blue dress?” It’s funny, but it also speaks sadly of the stain on a smart and talented man. My friend Gene Landrum has written intelligently and eloquently about the dysfunction of the extraordinary achiever, and if you haven’t read any of his works, start with Profiles of Greatness. Most exceptionally successful people are not even close to “superior” – in fact, most are horribly flawed, but manage to rise above their own foibles.
My own history includes a private graveyard of business failures and disappointing projects, most given the swift sword, a few dying slowly and agonizingly; financial embarrassments; and some number of people with permanent negative opinions about me. I am not universally beloved nor consistently and certainly successful. To hit some business highlights, going backwards, there has been mail-order ice cream (which sounds funnier than it is), a high-priced be-an-expert academy that failed to launch, a comprehensive how-to course for inventors no inventor wanted, a retail store: the Self-Improvement Center ahead of its time. Just these added together, a million bucks, give or take, down the drain, a bit noisily. There was, way back when, both a corporate Chapter 11 turned 13 and a personal bankruptcy. There are four business experiments underway now and I’m confident at least some will become tax losses buried in the back yard. Of more micro nature, were I to try and list and briefly describe all the mis-steps, mistakes, misadventures and misfortunes, it’d be best to do it like an old-fashioned encyclopedia, with a thick volume for each letter of the alphabet, the entire set consuming several shelves. And I’m not done making messes. I say: success is cooked up in a messykitchen.
If your success game plan features being right 100% of the time and never making mistakes or your fragile ego demands never getting egg on its face, you’ll be playing the game for only a short time, timidly, and without distinction, or you’ll rise high and fast only to fall just as fast and crash as hard as can be. The ironic fact is, the game is won by losers. If you aren’t floundering or outright failing at something, you probably aren’t doing much of anything. When you look in the mirror, if you don’t see a winner and a loser, the guy or gal you do see isn’t playing the big game.
You have heard the cliché: success breeds success. It does. But what you don’t often hear is the other, equal truth, that failure is the other parent of almost all success. The goal of success can never be to avoid failure, but to manage it, minimize its harm, extract its lessons, leverage it in every way possible, rise above it, and know that it will be forgotten and made irrelevant in time. Everybody knows that Babe Ruth struck out more than he hit home runs. Most superstar athletes perform similarly. Michael Jordan missed more than 9,000 shots in his pro career. 26 times, he had the game winning shot in his hands, missed, lost. He said, “I have failed over and over and over again in my life – and that is why I succeed.” By his own words, he acknowledges seeing two faces in the mirror.
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DAN S. KENNEDY is a serial, multi-millionaire entrepreneur; highly paid and sought after marketing and business strategist; advisor to countless first-generation, from-scratch multi-millionaire and 7-figure income entrepreneurs and professionals; and, in his personal practice, one of the very highest paid direct-response copywriters in America. As a speaker, he has delivered over 2,000 compensated presentations, appearing repeatedly on programs with the likes of Donald Trump, Gene Simmons (KISS), Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies), and many other celebrity-entrepreneurs, for former U.S. Presidents and other world leaders, and other leading business speakers like Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy and Tom Hopkins, often addressing audiences of 1,000 to 10,000 and up. His popular books have been favorably recognized by Forbes, Business Week, Inc. and Entrepreneur Magazine. His NO B.S. MARKETING LETTER, one of the business newsletters published for Members of GKIC Insider’s Circle, is the largest paid subscription newsletter in its genre in the world.