Learn How To Master Facebook Marketing

Facebook Success Summit 2012

I wanted to let you know that Social Media Examiner has announced its newest online summit. It is the Facebook Success Summit 2012Act now and save 50% (offer expires on Thursday, September 20, 2012).

This is a fully online conference designed to help your business quickly implement effective Facebook marketing strategies and tactics so you can gain more exposure, build a more loyal following and grow your business.

The lineup of instructors includes the world’s top Facebook marketing experts and authors such as:

  •  Mari Smith (co-author, Facebook Marketing),
  • Dave Kerpen (author, Likeable Social Media),
  • Amy Porterfield (co-author, Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies),
  • John Haydon (co-author, Facebook Marketing for Dummies),
  • Brian Carter (author, The Like Economy),
  • Mark Schaefer (author, Return on Influence),
  • Chris Treadaway (co-author, Facebook Marketing),
  • Jesse Stay (author, Facebook Application Development for Dummies),
  • Andrea Vahl (co-author, Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies),
  • Phyllis Khare (co-author, Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies) and
  • Experts from Campbell’s Soup, Intel, 24 Hour Fitness and Autodesk.


These events bring the best of physical conferences (great learning and networking) directly to your computer.

  •  This means no travel and none of the expenses you’d expect with most events.
  •  We spread the live event over four weeks (to accommodate your schedule) and
  •  You’d get all session recordings AND transcripts.
  •  And the cool part: These summits are very affordable!  You can get in on the 50%-off sale if you act now.

Here’s what Facebook Success Summit 2012 will cover:

  •  Facebook marketing strategy
  • Growing and managing a Facebook following
  • Generating leads and selling with Facebook
  • Newsfeed optimization, metrics and analytics
  • Facebook promotions and advertising
  • And much more!

Go here to see all the details.  . Get a free sample class from our last summit by clicking here and looking for the yellow box in the sidebar.


 You can get in at half price if you register early.

This event does not require any travel.  You simply attend sessions and network with peers from the comfort of your home or office!!



Upcoming Business Blogging Workshop

Heads up!  Here’s info about an upcoming, informative workshop: Blogging Fundamentals for Business

This fully online event will help you master the fundamentals of successful business blogging and is taught by the founder of one of the world’s largest business blogs — Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner, author of the book Launch.

He will cover a broad range of topics, including:

•How to implement a blogging strategy that helps you attract quality prospects, elevate your industry prominence and improve your sales

•Creative ways to craft content that your readers will love to share and you’ll enjoy creating

•Unique tactics to launch (or re-launch) your blog with the support of industry experts

•How to leverage social media to maximize the reach and influence of your content

•How to track, monitor and enhance your blog for a unique competitive advantage

Plus, you’ll learn in a live environment with the support of your peers.

If you want to make blogging work for your business, this hands-on course is just what you’ve been looking for. Click here to register at a 50% discount (this is a limited time offer!).

The workshop starts on July 10, 2012 and it is spread over two weeks to improve learning and accommodate your schedule.  All attendees will get recordings and transcripts of all live sessions.

Registration is limited. Click here to secure your spot at the limited-time 50% discount.

Best wishes for your continued success.

What Is Your Marketing Strategy?

David Meerman Scott“Imagine you’re the head of marketing at a theme park, and you’re charged with announcing a major new attraction.  What would you do?

 That’s how David Meerman Scott introduces this manual (ebook) he published in 2008.

 He goes on to share some of his insights on the power of viral marketing using resources that are (now) readily available to everyone.  These resources/tools include  free and informative Web content, a network of people to light the fire (a.k.a., “fire starters”, “rainmakers”), and links that make content sharing easy.  He explains how these relatively obvious tools become phenomenal in the mind and hands of the creative marketer.

 We can all tap into, and replicate the viral marketing success formula.

 CLICK HERE to get your free copy of this informative manual.


©Rachel Agheyisi, Report Content Writer, Report Content Writer’s Blog, 2012

Webinar News: 9 Small Businesses Doing Social Media Right

Are you looking for some creative social media marketing ideas for your small business?

Do you want to know how your peers are using social media?
Please join Michael Stelzner (founder, Social Media Examiner) on Tuesday, January 17th, in a live and FREE event called “9 Small Businesses Doing Social Media Right and What You Need to Know.”  See  http://bit.ly/yfwFUr

Michael will show you what smart small businesses are doing right with social media and what you need to know.

By attending this free online event you’ll discover innovative ways your peers are using social media (and leave with ton’s of ideas).
Please NOTE:  The free seats are limited to the first 1000 people.  Be sure to go here and secure your seat now before they’re gone: http://bit.ly/yfwFUr

To your success in 2012!

Keeping Your 2011 Plan Simple and Doable

This year I decided not to make any New Year’s resolutions – at least not in the traditional sense of a creating a list of wishes, do’s and don’ts.  Experience has shown me that those types of resolutions are transitory.  They survive only for a few weeks and before long are buried in the field of the forgotten.  Why bother?


So this year, I opted to create a simple plan with a better chance of surviving throughout 2011 and hopefully beyond.  I’m labeling it “simple” because the details are few and easy to remember.  Sure, I have a written copy, but I won’t have to keep looking it up to recall what needs to be done.


It is a plan because I’ve structured it into manageable parts, which when completed, will move me closer to a clearly defined “big picture” goal.


Yes, I know – there’s nothing novel about this idea.  Anyone can do it, and in fact should do it.


The great thing about it though is that it makes accountability easier for me to track.  I consider accountability a big deal.


I consider accountability a business priority.  It feeds into how many projects I win, how I interact with my clients, and the overall quality of my product.  In short, accountability is critical to the survival of my business.


It is, therefore, important that I have a way, preferably an easy way, to track my operations and account for my progress.  This is the underlying motivation for my 2011 Simple Plan.  Right now, it looks good and doable.  In fact, the doing has begun.


The best part is you don’t have to invest in any sophisticated software or program to create a plan with accountability as a central component.  The key is to keep it simple and meaningful for you, after all, it is not meant to be a showpiece.  It is a work document.


Let’s suppose that your business provides professional services.  Your 2011 simple plan could be based on the following hypothetical considerations:


Big Picture:                      Grow my business


Specifically:                      Add $50,000 in net income


More specifically:             Win ten new projects in X industry


This can be refined further by specifying a sub-set of companies in X industry as the focus of your marketing efforts.  You may want to allocate your target project wins among the prospects (in a way that improves your income potential) and set time targets for each win.  You get the idea.  The goal is to keep it clear and manageable.


Accountability begins by asking and answering this question:  What am I doing now to win the first project?  The remaining nine projects don’t matter quite yet until that first one is won.


Accountability is what you do each day, week, and month to raise your company’s profile, stimulate the interest of your target prospects, and make project wins possible.


Not everything has to scream FOR SALE or BUY FROM ME.  Ultimately, we sell (whatever it is) when we deliver what buyers want (whatever it is).  We are able to deliver what buyers want by getting to know them


Thankfully, the various social media make it doable even for a small business on a zero or tight marketing budget.  Just start with one thing (say interacting on Twitter) and build on it.  A small business owner has the same chance to interact with the “big guys” in the industry, as do any other businesses.


Perhaps better than any other size business, those of us who are solopreneurs are well suited to put subtle, yet powerful positive word-of-mouth recommendation to work for us.  We can distinguish ourselves by tightening our niche and by consistently cultivating our presence and expertise day by day.


I believe that the best-selling experience occurs organically.  It is sustainable.  Accountability, developed through consistent action, makes it happen.


Just keep it simple and doable this year.




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