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Are you a nonprofit consultant, business owner, or social media manager for an organization?
Check this out: Ever asked how do you become a content creator AND a business developer at the same time?
I had to do both.
You can download all the apps, get the fastest smartphone, create detailed social media plans, and listen to all the experts.
But that's what everyone else has been doing.
And lots of people are still lagging behind in achieving their business goals on social media.
So what's going on?
Engagement for the sake of likes, follows, and comments is always expensive.
Why? Because if engagement doesn't convert to cash- the lifeblood of any business - then you're losing both time and cash.
This is especially true for new bootstrapped ventures. Shark Tank investor Kevin O'Leary says that if in 36 months your business doesn't generate any revenue, then it's just a hobby, not a business.
If you can do basic business development (or "bizdev") in real life, then you'll understand this statement:
Social media is truly business development at scale.
Lean Social Media teaches you how to prep a simple system and routine that puts you in a position to win in 2017, not 2009. Meaning: What to do now, and how to adapt to the tempo and intensity of the social media landscape.
Smartphones and social media platforms change so much that it even scares entrepreneurs. It's one of the fastest changing marketplaces on Earth. That's why operating lean and agile on social media is so crucial.
And fortunately, a majority of tasks like content creation, marketing, engagement, and sales can all be executed on just a smartphone.
Who is this for?
- Busy business owners
- Solo consultants
- "Sudden" social media managers
- Bootstrapped ventures
- Product creators
- Busy people who need to sell anything
Social media planning is fine, but sometimes the plan should be to just execute and see what your rhythm and cadence should be.
What are your daily activities, systems, and routines supposed to actually look like?
How exactly do you manage your energy?
What foundations will enable all of that?
I answer that for you.
- How to create content and manage business on a smartphone
- What apps you might want to use and why
- What productivity "system" you really need (Hint: getting things done has nothing to do with massive organization systems)
- Tips on what to automate (and how I do mine)
- How to stay on top of the constantly shifting social media landscape
- How your daily activities are supposed to look like in order to execute fast while growing the business
- Where I get my design inspiration from
- How I track the ever-changing social media landscape (which puts me in a position to be a first-mover or second-mover on anything)
1 × Presentation and Slidedeck
1 × Bonus Resources List, the always-updated FAQ with extra questions, tactics, resources. (currently at 29 Questions, 14 Tips)
1 × Exclusive Email Updates
9+ × Video tutorials, and counting (always added and updated with notes)
Here's a tutorial on how I autopilot some of my content:
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Any fine print? Not really, except the money back guarantee. The only way to see if this is really something that can help you is to try this course for 30 days. If you're not finding any value in this, you can request a full refund.
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