Smart Strategies For Marketing
Giving is not an afterthought to success, but rather the foundation. To be successful is to be aligned with our unique creative expression in service to the world.
Thanks to: Jeff Gitterman of Beyond Success Consulting.
Every once in awhile, help comes from unexpected places. Recently, Shannon Cooper reached out to me on LinkedIn to be a connection. Shannon and I are in a LinkedIn Group together. Shannon is a marketer at ChristiaNet.com with an expertise in both FaceBook and LinkedIn marketing. Shannon offered to help me if I ever had a problem with either communication channel. As it so happened, I am having a problem with LinkedIn putting a partial block on my discussion posts. Long story short, after a telephone conversation we were able to adjust my work process to hopefully eliminate the problem (my fingers are crossed).
I also had an opportunity to get exposed to the resources available on ChritiaNet.com that can help you be a better online and internet marketer. On the website you will find advice ranging from creating effective email campaigns, tips for search engine optimization, viral marketing ideas, advice on strategic web planning, and everything in between.
“It is your prime responsibility to acquire useful knowledge from others and to apply it appropriately. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, but you do have to learn from those who did.”
Gary Ryan Blair
Smart marketers take advantage of any/all education they can get to improve their program performance. The information and insights Shannon has compiled are well worth your time to read. I encourage you to take advantage of the knowledge to strengthen your marketing efforts and deliver an even better return on investment.
Of course, I would also encourage you to take advantage of the resources I provide as well.
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