Social media sites can be a real pain in the productivity, can’t it?
It’s easy to either get overwhelmed or caught up in cat videos and other people’s drama.
And you’re always hearing how you need to be all over the web, have a platform, market your books, and let’s not forget continuing to write, live life and conduct business.
Well, if you’re poking a stick at this network and that, hoping to make something move, you’re going to keep being frustrated.
You DO want to be everywhere – butdo it fast!
Sure, if someone happens to like Facebook or Twitter better, it’s ood to be there, but there’s no reason to waste your day on all those networks.
You’ll find your audience hangs out most in 2 or 3 of them.
What’s your STRATEGY?
I believe it’s important to have a strategy for social media. That’s what keeps you from wasting your time. And we can all agree there’s too much to do and not enough time.
Watch this 18 minute video training and I’ll show you how to make the socialmedia rounds in just 10 minutes a day.
You’ll learn how to overcome social media overwhelm and seem as if you’re everywhere without losing the whole day.
All you need to do to be everywhere is create ripples – the R.I.P.L. method is what you get in the video. That’s how you get in and out of a network in under 2 minutes!
You’ll also see how to get a “cheat sheet” so you can remember what to do.
The productivity tips you’ll learn in the video will be well worth your 18 minutes 15 seconds!
Register free for the next live (and recorded) weekly training. There is always a free tool to help you, but to get it, you need to join free now at WriteOnPurpose.com/adventure or using the signup form that appears below if you’re seeing this post on WriteOnPurpose.com.
Be sure to let me know what you want to master next!
Follow your BLISS,
Ronda Del Boccio
#1 bestselling author, speaker and mentor, this week helping you with your social media marketing and book marketing.
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Book Marketing Quick Tips for Authors: Making the Social Media Rounds in 10 minutes a Day