If you’re like me, the whole world of online marketing can often feel very confusing and daunting. This week in my interview with my friend and colleague Joleen Emery she de-mystified social media marketing in a really lovely way. In the process, she also helped me understand some key areas where we could improve our “digital footprint” as she calls it (this is explained in the video).
Joleen talked about how to get more people calling us, and how to get our business to show up on the first three pages when someone does a Google search – without paying for ad space!
No cost and no confusion marketing – who doesn’t love that?
As we talked, she made a clear distinction of the difference between outbound and inbound marketing, and how and when you’d want to do each. I found her simple and clear distinctions refreshing and it helped me better understand how to approach both.
At the end, Joleen shared the exact steps to take (using her guide) to create a stronger online presence for our business.
If you want to increase your visibility with prospects, and de-mystify social media marketing for yourself, then give the video a watch.
It’s my sincere hope that this content helps you to grow, thrive and prosper in your business and in your life!
p.s. Get Joleen’s “10x Your Lead Generation” step by step guide to getting you on the first three pages when someone does a Google search, without having to pay for ad-space.
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Vicki Suiter helps people see their businesses differently, then gives them the tools to do things differently. Since beginning her business in 1990, Vicki has helped hundreds of contractors achieve the kind of success they never dreamed possible. Today, in addition to consulting, Vicki is an in-demand speaker at industry conferences nationally and internationally. Vicki’s articles and opinions have been widely shared in print and across the web. She is also the author of the book “The Profit Bleed” How managing margin can save your contracting business.