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Welcome! Every week I go live on Facebook to share strategies and tutorials for DIY online marketing for local small businesses. As a local business owner (meaning, your customers and clients come from your geographic location), you most likely don’t have a lot of time for online marketing. You’re focused on your business! That’s where I come in.

Every week, you can join me live on Facebook for about 20 minutes to find out how to blog, send emails, use social media channels and even get some tips for your website. Then, I create a blog post from that video with a breakdown of what you need to do to get the job done.

July 25 Topic: Instagram Engagement

Updated July 21: My Facebook Live about this topic was deleted into the abyss by some Facebook gli

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Your Best Twitter Profile for Business in 30 Minutes

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Today we’re talking about setting up your Twitter profile for business. We’ll cover three key areas of your Twitter business profile to make sure you’re attracting the right customers.

When I talk to my clients, one of the things I hear most often is “I just don’t get Twitter.” Twitter isn’t like any of the other social media platforms. Twitter is an “of the moment” kind of platform, a “here and now” kind of platform.

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Do you remember chat rooms? Twitter is like a worldwide, giant chat room. It’s  broken into sub-chat rooms by hashtags. When you follow a hashtag, for instance, you’re following a conversation about that subject. Twitter is