Learn To Leverage: How To Develop A Successful Virtual Business

FREE Training Webinar

July 24th @ 9PM EST
Replay Now Available

Are you ready to learn how to leverage the internet and develop a successful virtual business?

This is the training you do not want to miss! Join the Ladies Who Leverage, Stevii A Mills, Laticia Nicole, and Tamyka Washington, as we show you how to create a stellar virtual business! You will discover how to develop a system that works for you, how to use the right words in your marketing and the best way for you to share your message to connect with your audience.


 

Ladies Who Leverage - Tamyka Washington, Stevii Mills, Laticia Nicole

 

 

 

Social Marketing Series Part 1: Building an Engaged and Loyal Audience

Audience ClappingYou have this vision. You have an idea. You know that if you could just get in front of the right people, you can seriously, change some lives. You even know that what you’ve got has value, and if enough people know about it, your life would be so different.

The reality is, doing business online is not as easy as the experts make it sound. You know in order to reap the rewards of your labor, you’ve got to build an audience. But, not just any audience, an engaged and loyal one.

You’re no dummy, you know building this audience is going to take time and effort. You realize that there has to be order, a process to making it happen. That all takes time. So you start to wonder, what should I do in the meantime?

How Well Are You Listening Online?

MegaphoneYou know how it goes…you see this vision and decide to start a blog for your business. You get all excited about selecting the colors you love, designing a flashy background, add your banners and links in the sidebar hoping for clicks and sales and finally, you craft your first few blog posts.

If you are even a little blog savvy, you know how to share your content on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and you probably even know how to use some of the cool time-saving social media tools like HootSuite and Buffer to help with automation.

Now, all this is fine and dandy but the question I want to ask you is – How well are you listening?