No sessions scheduled
No sessions scheduled
Live critiques of blogs.
1. how to make your site more engaging
2. how to get more subscribers
3. how to generate more activity
Getting your Facebook fans genuinely invested in the conversation is no easy task. There’s a fine line between wasting time on Facebook and turning your community into a lucrative sales funnel. You do this by investing your time and resources into understanding your Fans’ needs, solving their problems and meeting their needs in your own … [Read more]
After this workshop you'll be able to take instant action and apply theses strategies to get quick results. Here are some of the things you'll learn:
1. How to find out exactly where your current Facebook traffic is coming from (and how to keep it coming to get more fans!)
2. How to determine the best engagement style for your Page to ensure you're attracting fans who are genuinely interested in what your're selling
3. How to monetize your Facebook efforts so you're not only building relationships but also making money as you grow your fan base
Pinterest is a new social network, but its growth has been explosive this year. It has already wedged its way into the top 10 list for traffic among social networks, and it has gotten coverage by big media outlets like Time and Wall Street Journal. It might be beautiful and addictive, but it is also … [Read more]
1. Learn the basics of Pinterest, including how to build a following, get repinned and Pinterest etiquette.
2. Find out how to create pinnable content on your site, from tactics to be pin-worthy to making it easy for visitors to pin.
3. Discover how to track the results of your Pinterest efforts, see who has pinned your content, and measure direct traffic and sales from Pinterest.
This presentation is about how to be yourself – completely – and still find success, whether it be monetary or social swagger. All of us on this panel are successful in blogging and writing because we are ourselves. We are controversial, very open and brutally honest. None of us try to court PR firms. That … [Read more]
1. We want to tell people, they don' t have to be who they aren't. They can be themselves and if they are engaging and have an interesting and unique voice, then they'll be successful.
2. They should be themselves. People who misrepresent themselves in the social media arena run a risk of exposure when it comes to real life situations.
3. We want people to realize that creating original content is key to their personalization and their personality. You can always spot the wolf among the sheep.