Get Michelle and Sandi’s money-making social media success secrets for your small business

Get Michelle and Sandi’s money-making social media success secrets for your small business

Do you wonder how small business owners are using social media and gaining a high return on their investment from it? All around you, owners of small businesses are leveraging social media with great success. What works and what doesn’t is still a bit of a secret for most small business owners.

Learn from LinkedIn expert Michelle Long with a 137,000-member LinkedIn group, and online marketing strategist Sandi Smith Leyva as they share real case studies and affordable how-to’s for your small business. Sponsored by TSheets, this one-day, high-energy session is the first of our Ultimate Accounting vCon Intensive series.

Social Media Success Secrets Unplugged
An Ultimate Accounting vCon Intensive
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
5.5 hours CPE
9AM to 4PM Central time with breaks

In this session, you will:
–See lots of examples of how small businesses are monetizing social media and gaining the highest payback from it
–Gain a done-for-you social media strategy plan for your business
–Learn exactly what to do in LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter
–Find out what content is most effective and how to acquire it
–Discover other social media platforms and time-saving tools

If you’re looking for lots of profit-making ideas for your business while having a bit of fun, then register right now:

See you there!

To your success,
Sandi and Michelle

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2 thoughts on “Get Michelle and Sandi’s money-making social media success secrets for your small business

  1. chetan kumar

    you can also build credibility through social media marketing. With increasing amounts of consumer engagement and followers, you are more likely to influence potential buyers. In fact, recent consumer research indicates that 51% of Facebook fans and 67% of Twitter followers are more likely to buy from brands they follow.

  2. John Mason

    Hi Michelle, I am keen to join your group as I have been an operations ac=
    countant for a large box supporting financial analysis budget forecasts
    t for more than 100 stores running QB. Further too my most recent role 3 profit centres also run QB. I am currently sourcing my next roll and wish to leverage my QB skills and abilities along with all other attributes. I hope you accept my request to join your group. I like QB alot although found limitations for really big data at Scorptec and RetraVision.
    Kind regards John Mason

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