Social Media Marketing 101
- A Beginners Guide to Marketing with Social Media
- Narrated by: Mark Moseley
- Length: 1 hr and 23 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-04-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: PPG
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Hi, I'm Todd Haley, social media marketing consultant to professional speakers, athletes, fortune 500 companies and more. I want to help you build you social media marketing foundation so you can build a loyal following! And In case you're wondering whether social media could be useful for you or your business, the answer is yes: Social media is a "must" for every business in this day and age. Follow my instructions and you will see positive progress!
Here are just a few of the strategies you will learn:
Introduction to Social Media Marketing
Getting Started with Social Media
Social Media Marketing Plan for Your Business
Building Brand Awareness with Social Media
How to Increase Engagement From Your Followers
How to Get More Facebook Fans
Case Studies of Social Media Success Stories
Social Media Marketing Mistakes
How to Boost Website Traffic From Social Media
The Future of Social Media
And much more...
A lot of this information people pay me thousands of dollars for in my coaching programs! But you have the opportunity to grab this information for less than a cup of coffee! Just imagine the return on the investment you could be getting... Get your copy today and put these strategies to work!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Anja Schmidt on 03-15-16
What made the experience of listening to Social Media Marketing 101 the most enjoyable?
It was helpful without digging too deep.
Have you listened to any of Mark Moseley’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Any additional comments?
I found this book to be good advice on marketing. There were several ideas to try and other ideas to enhance what I already do.
I especially liked the emphasis on the fact that the media are different and used for differenct purposes, hence postings on different networks should often be of different natures.
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