Looking to make social media a part of your growth strategy in 2023? Whitney Abraham, Business Coach, Marketing Strategist and Co-Founder of REEL SOCIAL AGENT shares the 3 styles of content your social strategy needs to include in 2023.
The year is 2022. On the tail end of a pandemic and at the beginning of a looming recession, women carry the balance of the emotional toll of coming out of one time where they just had to “put their heads down and get it done” only to be looking at heading into another one.
You’re recognizing that social media isn’t something you can avoid any longer, but I’m guessing for many of you it’s a task you find yourself phoning in and simply throwing up an “in contract” graphic to prove you’re in business. Unfortunately, that won’t move the needle forward marketing-wise.
Last week marked a professional highlight for me, as we hosted the first-ever State of Women Conference with 70 brilliant women - each of them seeking strategies to dial up their impact and scale back their stress.
I’ve been thinking about competition a ton recently, as it’s been a recurring theme in client calls and there’s an undercurrent of discontent in my DMs about the feelings associated with competition.
If you’ve been marketing on social media (either on your own or outsourcing it to a firm) and it’s not really producing the results you want, there are few key things we need to address to make sure it’s doing what you want it to do. (If you aren’t sure what it SHOULD be doing for you, it’s producing qualified leads for you, regularly.)