I’m excited to announce that our Social Media Quick Start Guide is now available for download.
We wrote the guide for people who need to start using social media to build their businesses.
We know that getting started can be overwhelming, so we’ve given you help and direction to help you begin.
If you have a business, you need to be online, interacting with your customers.
If you’re not, this guide is for you.
This guide is for the many business owners who don’t have profiles on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google. It’s also for the 30% of small business owners who don’t yet have websites.
The guide gives step-by-step instructions and links to other helpful resources.
Here are three reasons to download it now:
- You need to get started. You know using social media will be helpful to your business but you’ve been paralyzed in inaction. If this is you, download now!
- You know or work with someone who needs to get started. I suggest you download it first so you can make a well-informed recommendation. You can insure your friends and colleagues that it’s not scary. You can give them confidence to start. Then you can send them here so they can download their own copies of the guide — for free.
- You want to get refocused with your social media efforts. This guide explains our philosophy of investing 12 minutes at a time to build a social media presence. If you want to be recharged and re-inspired, you can read our introduction and closing thoughts. You can also look through the other chapters as a refresher.
We’re excited to share the guide with you and we hope you will agree with us that it’s a valuable, helpful, and practical resource for people who want to get started with social media.
Use this link to sign up for a download, now or visit this page for more information.
I am the founder/CEO of the Weaving Influence team, the author of Reach: Creating the Biggest Possible Audience for Your Message, Book, or Cause, and the host of the Book Marketing Action Podcast. I’m a wife and mom of three kids, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, coffee, and dark chocolate.