Need some straight talk?
You run your small business from home during nap times or school hours. Maybe the kids are older but you STILL feel responsible for everything?
You’ve read the articles, watched the tutorials and may have signed up for some online classes.
Now you are totally paralysed by overwhelm so just keep doing what you were doing (and getting what you were getting).
Keeping on top of the kids, the home AND the business means you don’t have time to really master the basics of all the different social media platforms
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, G+, YouTube, a blog …
Where the heck am I supposed to find time to do all that?
Do you really know what each platform does?
Who is on there and what they are looking for?
Whether your business is a good fit?
Are you local or global?
Do you provide products or services?
Do you deliver your service personally or on behalf of a company?
Which parts of your business do you love?
Which do you wish you could delegate to others?
There are many things to consider before worrying about jumping onto every new social media platform that launches.
Grab our tip sheet to find out:
- where you should be spending your precious time
- how to master the basics and get rolling
- how to make it simple and fun.