Social Networking Success: Shortcuts & Strategies to Use in the Minutes You Have

31 Aug

Social networking can bury a busy person, but it doesn’t have to. I should know! I spend an average of 15 minutes a day connecting with my thousands of online connections and I just love it!

I’ve been invited to share my savvy secrets during this powerful one-hour program hosted by Global Teleclass during which you’ll discover:
– A uniquely powerful way to stay connected with huge groups online in less than 15 minutes a day.
– How to decide which of the trillion Social Networking accounts and over 100 Social Networking sites are worth your time.
– How to shoot to into the top 10% of social networkers quickly and easily in the minutes you have.
– Social Networking Shortcuts for Busy Leaders[/caption]– Why the average Twitter user stays online about an hour a day but only has 126 followers and what you can do to avoid that fate.
– Why businesses hire social networking teams to coordinate their online efforts and how you can create 80% of the benefit yourself in 15 minutes a day.
– The “first steps” you should take to make sure your online minutes are productive and positive.
– The most creative use of social networking and how you can take advantage of it now.

This program is ideal for new and emerging social networkers with less than 10,000 online connections. It is not ideal for super-networkers because you already know and are using the strategies that will be shared during this program.

This FREE Online Training takes place
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
5-6 PM Pacific
6-7 PM Mountain
7-8 PM Central
8-9 PM Eastern
Register Here.

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One Response to “Social Networking Success: Shortcuts & Strategies to Use in the Minutes You Have”

  1. facebook fans September 22, 2012 at 4:21 PM #

    Got a good idea

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