Do you use social media as an intentional aspect of your business marketing? Do you utilize the platforms available to connect with current clients or potential clients? Or do you simply use social media to attempt to increase your own fame? Do you feel like you are intentionally using social media to your advantage or do you feel like it is owning you?
In a market where 80% of people will check their social media feeds before rolling out of bed in the morning, it would be foolish for us as entrepreneurs to not utilize these platforms as opportunities to connect with clients and build our businesses. However, we are often stuck when it comes to social media, not having an intentional plan leads many of us to confusion about where to spend our time, what to post and what to say. Social media is not something that we need to fear or be confused by and it certainly does not need to own or control us. In our time together we will chat my favorite tips for mastering social media in order to best serve you, your business, and your ideal client. Join me as we discuss practical action steps for making the most of the influence you have.
Making the Most of Your Influence; Using Social Media to Your Advantage
Hi friend! I'm Ashlee, a believer, wife, mama. I am the owner of a boutique branding studio where I have the pleasure of creating intentional, strong and genuine brands for fellow creative entrepreneurs through design and consulting services. I fell madly in love with the art of design while studying at James Madison University where I received a degree in Fine Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design. I am perpetually obsessed with thoughtful typography and to this day I am head over heels for all things paper and ink. In addition to a strange obsession to typography and great pens, I get strangely excited over anything in a beautiful shade of white. I wake up before dawn on most days. I hate a mess and accept coffee as a form of payment.
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