Does the Thought of Social Media Marketing Overwhelm You?

By John R. Aberle | Relationship Selling

Jul 12

Jill’s looking ahead to life after retirement in another five to ten years, assuming she makes it that far. One friend recently got cut after fifteen years because of changes in the marketplace. She’s decided that she needs a retiree business of her own. While she hasn’t settled yet on exactly what she wants to do, she knows that she needs to start now making connections. But the thought of social media marketing overwhelms her.

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Social Networking Sites

After all, there are all of social networking sites. The top six follow in this list:

  • Facebook
  • Google+
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest
  • And more

But social networking sites aren’t even the whole of social media marketing. You also have bookmarking sites to contend with. It’s no wonder Jill feels overwhelmed. How do you do anything else if all of your time is focused on participating in all of these sites? How do you decide which ones you need to use? Finally, how do you do social media marketing anyway?

Jill realized she needs help sorting it out. And she could really use a way to leverage her time. Jill needs a coach who has actually done social media marketing successfully. She wants someone who knows from experience and not just from taking courses, someone who will give her a road map, town by town and turn by turn. Can you relate to Jill’s search?

Even with her 401K and Social Security, Jill knows that our longer life expectancy means they won’t pay for the lifestyle and travel she wants to enjoy so she needs her own business. She wants a business that she is in control of that will enable her to supplement her income while serving others and a higher cause. So when she finds a coach, she wants one who cares and serves too.

This weekend, Gina Gaudio-Graves and Ken Krell are putting on a two day workshop that will address Jill’s concerns about Strategic Social Media marketing. Gina and Ken recently held a series of free webinars to give a roadmap of how to strategically design your social media marketing in a way that leverages your efforts to maximum effect.

Following their plan, you can get 27 entries on search from just one article. They offered so many useable tips that attending the workshop is a ‘no brainer.’ After all, you don’t absorb that much detail in 1.5 to 3 hours. You need to hear it again with greater detail with time to apply; you know, it’s a workshop. They are deliberately limiting the size group to 100 to handle questions and make the training more personal.

If you, like Jill, are looking for coaches to help you find your way through the overwhelm of social media marketing, then reserve your seat today for Gina and Ken’s Strategic Social Media Workshop  on July 13th and 14th.. They will show you the route to get the traffic you want for your retiree business or any small business.

Finding Fulfillment through Your Business,

               John

John R. Aberle, Founder of Your Retiree Business

Your Retiree Business, a division of Aberle Enterprises

P.S. The links in this blog post for the Strategic Social Media Workshop affiliate links. This means that Gina Gaudio-Graves and Ken Krell may pay Aberle Enterprises fees on purchases made.

P.P.S. My first Gold Challenge Call with Gina was in November 2011. I have since attended conferences and workshops with Ken for over a year and a half. I find them to be people of high integrity who care about your success. They work hard to ensure you understand and have the best information they can give you. Their approach works with the search engines instead of ‘gaming’ the system.

P.P.P.S. You will gain tremendously in skills and understanding of how to get the most benefit from social media marketing with the minimal amount of effort at the Strategic Social Media Workshop 

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About the Author

I have a strong love for small businesses, especially brick and mortar companies. After an 18-year career in sales and marketing, I started my own service company, which I grew in both sales and profits for the first five years. In my sixth year, the bottom dropped out of the printer market such that it made more sense to sell my assets and return to Southern California. There I went to work for an international small business consulting company. I spent over three years on the road with them helping small businesses to become more profitable and better managed. I then started my own company specializing in sales and marketing consulting, coaching and training. My emphasis is on heart-centered, relationship selling that empowers prospects to make their own choices.