Social Media isn’t as scary as climbing a mountain

TIME TO CLIMB MOUNT SOCIAL MEDIAWhat have you planned for this year that is going to make it a great one? What goals and challenges have you set yourself that will blow anything you did last year out of the water?

I got a little bit excited thinking about this and suddenly I’ve committed to climbing a mountain at the end of May (seriously). This for me is MASSIVE (so is the mountain – eeekkk!). Ask any of my friends or family. Dance and horse ride? Hell yes. Walk anywhere of great distance? Generally not! There are reasons for this, but I’ll save those for another time.

But this IS happening, I’m fully aware it is going to take time and dedicated training to prepare and I want to use it as an opportunity to raise money for charity.

So there you are, I’m always hearing how we should share our goals with everyone and I’ve just shared. What about you?

Is one of your business goals this year to nail Social Media and make it work for you? Is Social Media YOUR scary mountain to climb? It doesn’t have to feel like that.

You already know that being online becomes increasingly critical every day for small businesses in order to get the exposure, recognition, marketing opportunities and reach that you need for great business results. Boosting your online presence definitely needs to be on your ‘OMG, I’ve really got to do it now’ list.

You also know using Social Media for great business results also takes time and dedicated training and planning. It’s just about breaking it down into easy, time manageable chunks so it’s doesn’t freak you out.

I want to help you, so I am hosting a complimentary Social Media Magic Workshop to give you vital information you need, break it down so the mountain doesn’t seem so high and get you motivated, and raring to go.

A 90 minute intimate, chatty session (I do expect you to get involved!) taking you through:

  • Why you MUST harness the power of Social Media
  • What your communities NEED from you
  • 3 Top Time Wasting Mistakes you MUST Avoid
  • How to design your Social Media strategy and boost productivity

I held this workshop last November with Buckinghamshire Business First but the spaces filled up so quickly and we had such a long waiting list that I didn’t even get a chance to share it with you! There are limited spaces so don’t miss out on this one. All the details are here and make sure you reserve your spot asap!

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About Sarah Fletcher

Founder of Mushroom Soufflé - Social Media Magic. Public Speaker on Social Media Magic. Social Media Magic Training, Strategy and Management boosting your brand, productivity and effectiveness. Lover of street dance, food, all things purple, social media and life in general! Follow me on Twitter too @MushroomSouffle! www.mushroom-souffle.co.uk
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2 Responses to Social Media isn’t as scary as climbing a mountain

  1. Brian Moffatt says:

    Hi Sarah,

    I couldn’t disagree more! I love climbing mountains; the views, the sense of perspective, the remoteness, the wildlife, the rocks, the elements brushing against you cheek and an absence of computers…

    Whereas Social Meeja, well it’s quite the opposite.

    Different topic, do you know anything about SEO and whether it should be relevant to my business? My concern is that we are so niche simple search words are too blunt whereas detailed phases would never be typed.

    Hope all is well,

    Very best,

    Brian.

    • Hi Brian, the level of scariness on either account is obviously all in the mind of the individual 🙂 However your perspective of the mountain sounds amazing so I look forward to it.

      SEO is relevant to all businesses if they want to be found online, your social media activity contributes to it too. However I’m no expert on it and would suggest talking to someone who is.

      Always great to hear from you!
      Sarah

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