Picture this: an online class crammed full of valuable content to help you take your social media to the next level.
You’ll get to learn about:
- planning your content
- telling stories that help you connect with your audience
- the importance of photography and basic skills
- and how to bring it all together
We’re bringing in social media experts. People with tens of thousands of followers who are going to teach you how they’ve grown a following.
The best part?
You’re going to walk away with a workbook filled with 365 ideas for your social media. Plus, we’re going to sit and plan January together! When we’re done, you’ll have all your posts written, and your photos picked out.
So, you can pretty much check that off your 2019 to-do list!
She is known for being straight-shooting, raw, and real. Her ability to be vulnerable while making people laugh is why so many females are drawn to her content. Lindsay doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to hard stuff. Raising businesses and babies at the same time is no easy feat, but it can be done.
Her Amazon best-selling book, Getting Noticed, is a roadmap of how she grew several businesses online from scratch. Last year CNBC featured Lindsay’s sales business which is projected to bring in 300 million dollars this year and has grown to a team of over 485,000 members in 5 years using social media.
Before entering the online fashion world, Carrie had an accomplished 17-year career in oil and gas. Carrie’s energy industry included leadership positions in engineering, finance, investor relations, and strategic planning. But given her passion for both business and creativity, Carrie decided to leave her corporate career and launch her own creative business. Her first foray into the digital space was a fashion, travel, and lifestyle blog known as Wear + Where + Well. Now, however, Carrie has taken a leap forward in her business with the launch of CarrieColbert.com and the “More Color, Please” movement.
Ali Edwards’ passion resides in that very special place where the stories and images of life intersect. Designer, blogger, workshop instructor, and author of four books about memory keeping, Ali is well known for authentically capturing everyday life with photos and words and creating memory keeping projects from those moments that pass by in an instant. Ali lives in Eugene, OR with her family.
Melissa Koehler is a small business strategist and serial entrepreneur who started her first business in 2001. From stationery design to scrapbooking, to professional photography, She’s self-taught her way to success on her own terms. Today she’s the founder of a multi-million-dollar consultancy that helps creative entrepreneurs turn their passions into a sustainable living. With her background in Enneagram personality types, Melissa shows fellow creatives how to build lovable brands by owning who they are, and differentiate their products and services in the marketplace. She believes in pizza, Jesus, and that when women are empowered, everyone wins.
You’re going to learn…
- Why you should be using social media for your business.
- The basics of how to use social media.
- Which platforms are best.
- How to use storytelling to connect and build relationships.
- The importance of photography on social media.
- How to get the perfect photo and use color to your advantage.
- Social media planning and organization.
- What the enneagram is and how it can help you build your brand.
Investing in this event will not only help your business grow, but it’s also going to give you back a considerable chunk of time in 2019. More time to focus on building your business in other areas? Yes, please!