Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 13, 2010

Boomers:Use Twitter for job search? Get a jump on the competition as you learn to use social media to find work.http://cot.ag/9Q0TnV

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Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 13, 2010

Boomers:Use Twitter for job search? Get a jump on the competition as you learn to use social media to find work.http://cot.ag/9Q0TnV

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 13, 2010

Social Media Content Generator Saves Time

You might wonder why create a content automation system? Shouldn’t you be researching and updating on the fly, generating your followers organically? Yes…..and perhaps. But ask yourself this – what else might you be doing while the internet gathers your targeted content and delivers it to those who are interested?

The cardinal rule of social media is to give something of value first without tooting your own horn. 80% of your updates should not be about you and your business, but provide meaningful content to your target audience. You can spend your time scouring the internet for content that might be of interest to your prospects and customers……or you can implement a system that does this automatically for you. How much is YOUR time worth?

The key benefit of this Content Automation System is that it frees you up to spend time with your clients and engage in meaningful conversations with those who follow you, without taking a huge amount of your time.

The key benefit of this Content Automation System is that it frees you up to spend time with your clients and engage in meaningful conversations with those who follow you, without taking a huge amount of your time.

Another benefit is that you are providing links to content of interest to your target audience while subtly promoting your expertise as an authority in a particular area.

With this step-by-step system, you’ll learn how to:

  1. identify key words to use in sending updates to your target audience,
  2. set up Twitter and Facebook fan page accounts,
  3. search for targeted people to follow who will follow you back,
  4. find relevant content (articles, blogs, videos) for your updates,
  5. schedule updates up to a year in advance and feed them to a variety of social media sites,
  6. find people to engage in conversations using a variety of tools,
  7. mass unfollow people on Twitter who are not following you back,
  8. maintain a record of account user names and passwords.

For just $24.97, you can begin using this easy system and free yourself up to spend more time on your business and in building meaningful relationships.

Here’s a link where you can purchase this system.

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 10, 2010

Create targeted content to feed automatically to your Twitter and other social media sites. Build like-minded followers, maximize your time.

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 10, 2010

^JTD Generate targeted content and feed it automatically to your Twitter and social media sites – while you sleep!

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 9, 2010

Generate targeted content and feed it to your social media sites automatically. Save time and build like-minded followers easily.

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | February 8, 2010

Generate targeted content and feed it to your social media sites automatically. Save time and build followers.

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | January 16, 2010

Thanks to Jeff Johnson, Underground Training Lab, for the link to Charity Navigator for Haitian Relief Programs:
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Posted by: Jeri Denniston | December 1, 2009

Power up your job search results with social media. Reserve your seat now for January 2010 workshops: http://ping.fm/yly4z

Posted by: Jeri Denniston | October 8, 2009

Edumarketing: A Different Way to Attract Customers

Edumarketing is all about educating your customers about the products and services you offer and how they solve your customers problems.

Spend some time thinking about what problem(s) you’re really solving with your products and services. This is challenging, especially if you offer a service. Keep asking yourself what’s the problem I’m solving until you get down to the real core issue. The first two or three answers are the easy ones…the real root of the problem your services address will be found by the time you’ve asked the question five or six times.

Once you’ve identified the problem, look at how you’re communicating to your customers. Are you talking about solutions and benefits? Are you describing how you solve the pain they may be feeling? That’s the message you want to communicate in a variety of ways: through articles, webinars, short videos, newsletters, emails, Twitter updates, and your blogs.

And always provide your customers and prospects with a way to learn more about you with links to your website, your shopping cart (if they’re ready to buy), your email address, etc.

Do those things and you’re at least a step closer to attracting more customers and positively affecting your bottom line.

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