When Dave Weineke said that he wanted to do a presentation on social marketing ROI for the Biz100 Tour, I NEVER thought I would learn so much about analytics (though I know it is a specialty of his). Many small business owners struggle with how to start social marketing and whether it makes sense for them. In the deck below, Dave Weineke walks you through the value of the relationships you build online and how to measure them. Thanks again, Dave! Social Marketing ROI and Beyond: Measuring Return and Relationships View more presentations from Ja-Naé Duane. Connect with Ja-Naé on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook ______________ Looking to start a business or own a small business? Please consider reading my book, How to Start Your Business with $100. You should find what you’re looking for.
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Many entrepreneurs and small business owners seem to be looking for “something.” They think it’s the solution to all their problems; that it will help grow their business overnight; that this one thing will be the answer to all of their problems. If you’re starting a business or find that you’re one of these people searching for an answer, then I have a small secret for you: There is NO secret. Instead, consider: Making stronger connections to your network/community Finding mentors who are willing to share with you all that they know Prioritizing your company’s growth above your latté addiction And if you need a step-by-step guide on how to start your business and how to market that business, consider buying “How to Start Your Business with $100.” Like this article and want to read more, feel free to subscribe to my blog feed
Entrepreneurs, artists, small business owners, parents learning social media basics to watch over their kids, it doesn’t matter. I see it all the time. People share with me what holds them back and it is ALWAYS the same: FEAR! Though fear can hold us back (and even paralyze us), there is only ONE thing you need to do to overcome it: No matter how small a step, continue to move forward toward your goal or objective. Life, like water, is meant to flow, move forward. We must flow with it. So, do just that. Put one foot in front of another. What situation have you had in your life where you found that you were forced to move forward, but you were glad you did? Did someone you love pass away? Did you get divorced or have a terribly break up and thought you would never move on? Have you ever been put in a position where you were not sure how you were going to pay your rent and you were forced to find a way? Share with us how you put one foot in front of another and why you were glad you did. We can all benefit [...]