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Everyone has different levels of experience, different skills and writing abilities and above all, different audiences. The aim of the game is to find a way to post your social media content in the most comfortable and natural way possible ‘for you’.
Writing social media posts is not something that everyone finds easy and this e-book is designed for those who are very new to social media in their small businesses, or who simply lack the confidence to get started.
This e-book is 26 pages long but ‘packs a punch’ with tried and tested advice, printable worksheets to help you understand exactly who you ideal client is and a printable monthly planner that you can use to plot your content out succinctly.
Who should buy this E-book?
Small business owners who have been thinking about increasing their reach through social media but don’t know where or how to get started.
What qualifies the author to write about this stuff?
Leigh has worked in Social Media in a variety of roles since 2005, across all sectors. She has managed user generated content and social media accounts for national charities such as MacMillan Cancer, Childline, NSPCC and Mind, media outlets such as the BBC, Channel 4, Youtube, Which? Magazine and Channel 5 as well as countless retailers such as Sainsburys and M&S.
Apart from her work with external clients, Leigh is an Entrepreneur who has set up and grown both a successful Educational Travel Business and an Online Parenting Community, which she has grown from just 5 members to 17,000 members and counting.
Leigh is an established mentor at a leading University Business School in the UK working with students in their final year to help them develop their business models and plans, providing them with a real-life overview of what running your own small business looks like in reality.
Social Media Content Planning E-Book
Please note that at the present time only the downloadable PDF version of this e-book is available to purchase.
The Kindle version will follow shortly.
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