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Giselle Aguiar is a social media, inbound and content marketing strategist & trainer helping business owners learn how to leverage the power of social media marketing, increase traffic to their websites, generate leads, increase brand awareness and establish themselves as experts in their fields.
Giselle has worked in Internet Marketing in one form or another since 1995. Before that, she worked in traditional marketing, promotions, hospitality, event planning and broadcast media. She's the Official Blog, Newsletter and Social Media Manager for Greater Phoenix SCORE and a trainer for the Peoria AZ Chamber of Commerce. Contact her at [email protected]
I suggest to small business owners not to hire a person to just do social media marketing but to train existing staff members on how to properly market the company they work for. My philosophy is that no one can know their business like they know their business.
Hiring an outside agency to engage and interact with their potential customers is like hiring a sales person to talk to potential customers with out training them on what they're selling.
There are tons of free tools to automate, manage, monitor and easily engage with potential customers. The idea is to get to know your customers as they get to know your business.
Wow! This is perfect! Thank you!
If you consistently post quality content, your following will grow.
It's nice, but you can't get to it from the "More" tab. It's not listed there. I guess it's a hidden gem.
Too Funny. They asked Chef Ramsey to help them with a failing restaurant and they refused to listen to him. What makes anyone think that they'll listen to Justin Rose? Next they'll call in Chef Irvine - this is more of a Restaurant Impossible -- it's beyond a Kitchen Nightmare!
Social Media marketing is more than knowing how to Tweet & post to Facebook. There are strategies involved and you need to build relationships with your potential and current customers. Definitely not a job for an intern. It's like letting a 13 year old drive your Porsche. Either drive it yourself or get a trained chauffeur who knows what their doing.