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Follow-up to It's a SNAP (Social Networking Assistance Process/Program) meetup meeting

Laura Rose, Corpor...
LauraLeeRose
Raleigh, NC
Post #: 92
Thank you for sharing your interest in the It's a SNAP presentation. If you could not attend and would like a copy of the slides, please email me at laurarose@rosecoaching.info

Also - as a follow-up:
1) You can just update a wall to a specific facebook group by selecting the group you are interested in. Once selected, the wall message that you type will only be seen by that group.
2) The 52 Topic List doesn't have to be 52 topics. It can be whatever you are comfortable with. The idea is to plan your topics ahead of time to keep your focus deliberate and on point. Use the topic list to lead people in the direction that you want them to go. For instance, if you have a conference in June, map out topics in April and May that makes them want to check out the conference in June. If you have your book coming out in Sept, map out topics in June and July to get them interested in your book. Use an Opt-In for a free 1st chapter of your book to get their contact information. Then when the book comes out, you already have a list of people that you know will be interested in it.
3) Even if most of your tweets and blogs need to be things that are happening "right now" -- there's no rule that every one of your tweets have to be on immediate data. Remember, you are making up the rules as you go along. There's nothing to say that every Friday - you schedule a nostalgic topic (which is in your 52/nn topic list). Then you know that you have at least one pre-planned social media blast going out consistently, without hassle.
4) Remember not to throw out the baby with the bath water. These tips are merely bouncing off places for you to modify as you see fit. Just because this or that piece doesn't 100% work in your arena, doesn't mean that a portion of it can not be modified to work.

I am available to work one-on-one with organizations/individuals on these things. Email me at LauraRose@RoseCoaching.info
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