How to Get Started on Social Media for Business or Expand this Weekend!

Ran across this great post this morning and could not wait to recommend it to business professionals. Rob Wormley with One Social Media was kind enough to put this great blog post together that has a terrific list of resources and downloads to get you started on Facebook Ads or fan pages; get you going on Twitter; capitalizing on LinkedIn; and learn how to mean business with your pins on Pinterest and more! If you wanted something to do this weekend while sitting in the air conditioning.. think business, think social media and get it going. Thanks Rob!

Social Media For Business: How To Get Started NOW

Rob gives his two best tips:

  1. Learn from others who have already “tested the waters”
  2. Set up profiles and start experimenting in real-time
And here is mine… remember, start with one, conquer and then add the next — one social network at a time. 

Here are Rob’s recommended E-Books (click through to the downloads and get a bunch more ideas by reading the full post on the One Social Media blog: Click here to read the full post.

How To Master  Facebook Timeline and Ads
Strategies For Effective Facebook Wall Posts
Strategies for Effective Tweeting: A Statistical Review
Top 10 Ways To Engage Your Fans
The Essential Step-By-Step Guide To Internet Marketing
The 15 Imperatives of LinkedIn
55 Brands Rocking Social Media with Visual Content
How to Attract Customers with Twitter
How to Use Pinterest for Business
The Essential Guide to Writing and Launching eBooks that Generate Leads
120 AWESOME Marketing Stats, Charts, & Graphs

SOURCE: http://www.onesocialmedia.com/social-media-for-business-how-to-get-started-now/

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About Laura Kinnard

Mom. UNtraditional Marketer. Social Architect. Brand Journalist. Passions: Des Moines, design, technology, reinventing education. I promote start-ups, events, new products and UNcommon ideas! http://about.me/lauragaulke Twitter @AlaureMktg

Posted on July 7, 2012, in Social Media for Business. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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