Five Free Tools to Successfully Cultivate your Social Media
The use of social media tools is essential to marketing your business. Although this is not always an easy task, knowing which ones to use will help. There are a number of free tools available and understanding how they can work together will help you to decide what information is relevant and monitor your business effectively. Choosing the right social media tools, using them and figuring out which method is best for making sense of the content are three steps in the right direction.
It sounds cliché, but cumulative training matters so much more than we realize in all areas of our lives. What we often forget is that training is not just for our bodies to perform, but also for our minds and careers to succeed. This concept was really brought back into my mind this past weekend while competing in the 24 hours of adrenalin mountain bike race and the Inman Connect the following week.
Social media savvy farmers may seem like an odd mix however to me it makes perfect sense and in today’s post I want to explain why. Farmers are taking their message online via Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube and it is a message the general public is interested in.
Well what the hell happened between May 7 and June 23? God I wish I knew; it seems like a blur. This really has been one crazy spring; however, I seem to finally be getting my feet back under me and just wanted to start posting again with what’s going on in my world.
I was recently asked to speak to the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors at their AGM on a panel discussing blogging as it relates to my business and my life. The interesting thing about speaking on a topic is that it really does force you to examine the important question of why you take time out of your busy day to share your life story with others. I really had not put that much thought into it until now, but after this presentation I have more clarity on the topic of personality branding, lifestyle branding and niche marketing. This blog is just the Coles Notes of my discussion on the primary message delivered on "personality branding.