Accountants, Want to Learn Some Low-Cost Ways to Get More Clients?

Have you dabbled in social media and are wondering how to make it pay off?   Do you want to find a way to use social media for marketing, but get overwhelmed at how much time it takes up?   Do you need to attract more clients so you can get to the revenue level you desire?

If you said yes to any of these questions, then I’d like to introduce you to a new webinar series  “Monetizing Social Media for Accountants” that’s being put on by Sandi Smith Leyva, CPA, CITP, CGMA, and  Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.  It’s designed for accountants, bookkeepers and QuickBooks consultants who want to:

  • Learn from someone who has actually made tens of thousands of dollars from social media marketing
  • Spend the least amount of time and money and get the highest return possible on social media marketing
  • Use social media as a marketing channel, or find out whether they should be using social media as a marketing channel
  • Know exactly what they need to do to generate leads from social media
  • Learn from an accounting-specific social media course

During each webinar session, Sandi will introduce you to the most important social media platforms and how other accounting professionals are using them.  She’s dedicating a full session to each of the major social media platforms and what you need to know to profit from each one.

  • Monetizing Social Media for Accountants Overview
  • Monetizing LinkedIn for Accountants
  • Monetizing Twitter for Accountants
  • Monetizing Facebook for Accountants
  • Monetizing YouTube for Accountants
  • Monetizing Google+ for Accountants
  • Monetizing Blogging for Accountants
  • Getting Social Media Done for Accountants
  • Monetizing the New Faces of Social Media for Accountants

Sandi is providing specific steps and high payback tips on how to get leads from each application.  You’ll also learn how each platform affects the search engines so you can rank higher and get more leads.  Most importantly, she’ll show you how to systematize and automate each social media platform so that you spend the least amount of time for the most return.

In partnering with Sandi, I know she is super-committed (and extremely generous) in helping small business owners grow their businesses and reach their revenue dreams.  Now is your chance to gain the  knowledge you need to use social media profitably.

Don’t wait; Spots are limited.

Find out more and register here:   http://bit.ly/longsocialmedia

For a limited time, you can get this summer webinar series FREE if you register for Accountant$ Accelerator and save $100 with promo code BOOST.  Details in this blog post.

To your success,

Michelle

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About Michelle Long

Michelle L. Long, CPA is the owner of Long for Success, LLC specializing in QuickBooks consulting & training, coaching small business owners, speaking and writing. She was named one of '10 Women who Inspire a Profession' by Accounting Today and a Financial Services Champion of the Year by the SBA. She has been mentioned in the New York Times, Inc.com, Business Week, Investor's Business Daily, WebCPA and more. Michelle is the author of Successful QuickBooks Consulting and How to Start a Home Based Bookkeeping Business.

One thought on “Accountants, Want to Learn Some Low-Cost Ways to Get More Clients?”

  1. You can certainly use social media to drive more sales and drive traffic to your website. The important to remember is to stop talking about your accounting services. Start talking more about your client (prospect)`s problems and how you solve them. When you do talk about yourself, focus on the quality of service you offer, not the specific service offerings. Your clients don`t have the competence to judge your accounting expertise but they will certainly judge you as a firm they can relate to.

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