Tag: social media

What Is REALLY Affecting Your Results?



Recently I did something I’ve never done before; I ran a marathon. For those of you who don’t know, that is a 26.2-mile run. That’s a long way to run, for sure, but with proper training and preparation, it’s something that can be done – even if you’re over 50. While training for and running… Read more »

The Secret to Getting Faster Results



I don’t know about you, but I have more fun when I’m getting results faster rather than slower. Now that begs the question, why do things happen slowly in the first place? And I’m happy or sad to say (depending on how you are reading this) but they happen at the speed they do because… Read more »

Creating Content: Who Cares What You Have to Say?



In the last article, I talked about finding content to talk about in blog posts or videos. Click Here if you missed that article. One of the most common questions I get asked is: What do I talk about on Facebook and social media and who cares about what I write? After all, if you’re… Read more »

Creating Content: Where Do You Get Your Ideas From?



At my weekly Mastermind Meeting, one of the members asked the others where we get our ideas for creating content. This was said with a tone of frustration and asked of us because we have been consistently producing content for years. (For the record, this is week 280 for me on this blog along with… Read more »

Facebook: Selling Platform or Audience Builder?



Recently, I was working a booth at a trade show and someone came up to me with a question. I was promoting using Facebook to grow your business by running paid ads and selling products and promoting events at your business. And they asked if Facebook should be used for communicating with your audience or… Read more »