By Cheval John
Here are some statistics to think about:
-Social media users have risen by 176 million in the last year-Brand Watch
-Online adults aged 18-34 are most likely follow a brand via social networking-Marketing Sherpa.
In 2016, there were 2.3 billion active social media users-Brand Watch.
Among the above statistics, Twitter users are about 350 million.
Yet, that platform allows you to interact with people in real time.
And the majority of journalists are on Twitter.
You can interact with them on a daily basis and they will notice your giving spirit.
That is how entrepreneurs like Josh Elledge, founder of Upend PR got to be on media outlets across the country.
Side note: Diane Gottsman is in my mind the best teacher on how to be a giver because she shares advice on etiquette that has made her a media resource.
One way to share value with your potential customers is to participate in Twitter Chats.
Twitter Chats are a place where you can interact with people using a hashtag.
You can use these Twitter Chats to get ideas for your content marketing.
And maybe interact with some journalists too because they might even be on Twitter chats
So how do you know which Twitter chats is right for you?
To answer your question, I have compiled a list of seven twitter chats that will give you valuable advice with your content marketing.
Twitter Smarter occurs on Thursdays at 1 p.m. eastern, noon central.
It is hosted by Madalyn Sklar, who is one of the leading authorities on Twitter marketing.
The chat has guests who answers questions on tips and strategies on how to use the social media platform.
And the majority of the time, the chat trends on Twitter.
#ChatSnap occurs on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. eastern time, 1 p.m. central and is hosted by Kristy Gillentine.
This chat focuses solely on snapchat and how marketers can use this platform.
Kristy is one of the leading authorities on Snapchat and her Twitter chat has been quoted on Social Media Examiner
#MediaChat occurs on Thursdays at 10 p.m. eastern, 9 p.m. central and is hosted by Aaron Kilby.
This chat focuses on different trends that is happening on social media and usually have guests like Jessica Ann
#LetsLivestream occurs on Wednesdays at 3 p.m. eastern, 2 p.m. central and is hosted by Rachel Moore, owner of Really Social.
This chat is a combination of a Twitter Chat where people can engage with their fellow participants and a Facebook Live Show where Rachel interviews the guests about different live streaming strategies.
#WinnieSun occurs on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. eastern, 1 p.m. central and is hosted by you know who, Winnie Sun.
Winnie is the founder of Sun Group Wealth Partners and has made appearances on major media outlets to share her expertise surrounding the finance industry.
Her chat has a panel of guests that shares about how to manage your money and also social media topics in between.
It trended on Twitter today which shows the popularity of the chat .
— #WinnieSun ☀️ (@SunGroupWP) March 8, 2017
#ContentWritingChat occurs on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. eastern, 10 a.m. central and is hosted by Express Writers, LLC
Express Writers was founded by Julia McCoy in 2011 and has clients around the world.
Their twitter chat is about best practices surrounding content writing, the dos and don’ts of content writing.
Content Writing Chat also has guests who are experts in the evolving social media fields and they share what works for them in their content marketing efforts
#BlogElevated occurs on Mondays at 10 p.m. eastern, 9 p.m. central and is co-hosted by Lisa Stauber and Bobbie Byrd.
This chat shares about how a person can grow their blogs and also different ethical tactics that will make your blog stand out.
Blog Elevated is like an open forum where each of the participants can share what works for them in their blogging strategies and the hosts themselves will share some valuable advice that you never thought of before to grow your blog.
So there you have it, the top seven twitter chats that can help you grow your social media presence online.
Do you have a favorite Twitter Chat that has helped you with your social media marketing? You can leave your comment below
By Cheval John
The first time I interviewed Danielle Watson on What’s The Word?, she had created a business called “The Purse Process” which launched her into “fame” and gave her the opportunity to become a TEDx Speaker
She had made appearances on podcasts like Entrepreneur On Fire.
Since then, she reinvented herself as the host of “The Danielle Daily” and became a new author.
She returned to chat about her new book, “Dear Self, I Love You! Keep Going!: 365 Inspiring Notes from My Bittersweet Year of Heartbreak and Healing.”
In this episode, you will hear:
How Danielle came up with the idea for the book
How Facebook Live led her to start “The Danielle Daily” show
How businesses can use livestreaming to build a loyal customer base
Her answer to the question, “If she had an opportunity to spend one day with someone she admires past or present”
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/thedanielledaily
Who would you like to be a guest on What’s The Word?
You can leave your comment below
Upcoming Livestreaming Recording That Will Be Simulcast on Facebook Live:
January 17th: Annett Bone 3 p.m. central time
By Cheval John
If you are a solopreneur, you will at some point have to work around fellow workers to overcome your lonliness and also be more professional looking to win new business #leveloffice #coworkingspace #businessofone #socialmedia #sb51 #nrgstadium #nrgpark #VallanoMedia
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I am trying something new in 2017 for Vallano Media, LLC.
Every Saturdays, I will be putting together a recap of What’s The Word? where you will see the show notes from each episode.
Today’s recap is the episode with the guest of honor, Dr. Betty Uribe.
Dr. Uribe shared about her upcoming book, Values: The Secret To Success In Business and Life.
You will hear about how she had to make a difficult decision to move to the United States with her mother and siblings
You will also hear about how people close to Dr. Uribe envisioned her dining with the most powerful people on the face of the earth.
And why she believes that having true values will allow anyone to be successful in their businesses and lives.
Video snippet of the interview with Dr. Betty Uribe:
Full podcast episode of the interview with Dr. Betty Uribe:
Links to Dr. Betty Uribe’s website and social media pages:
Upcoming live shows on BlogTalkRadio for this week:
January 12th at 2 p.m. eastern, 1 p.m. central: Tamara Thompson
January 13th at 1 p.m. eastern, noon central Ai Zhang
Who would you like to be featured on What’s The Word?
You can leave your comment below.
By Cheval John
Professional sports teams have used traditional advertising through television and radio in order to build a loyal fan base.
If you are an entrepreneur and are thinking of writing your first book, you should focus on having a loyal audience first.
Most publishers will not take you on as an newbie author if you don’t have that audience because they are in the business of making money.
And even if you are a self-published author, you must market in order to have a lot of book sales.
You might be thinking, “How do I build a loyal audience?”
One tactic that you can try is hosting a twitter chat.
When you host a twitter chat on a particular topic like public relations, you will be interacting with a lot of like-minded professionals who want to help each other to succeed.
Carrie Morgan built her audience through her #prprochat, got a publisher and launched her first book, “Above The Noise” which was endorsed by social media influencers like Gini Dietrich, Jay Baer and Ann Handley.
Ms. Morgan chatted with me on “What’s The Word?” about how she came up with the idea for her book and also why she went the entrepreneurial route.
Here is the interview below:
By Cheval John
Most entrepreneurs begin their businesses while they are working full time for their respective companies.
When they finish their duties for the day as an employee, they go to work on their business for the better.
Dr. Harold Arnold describes these part-time entrepreneurs who are building their businesses in the term of working the second shift.
He came out with the book, Second Shift, and shared about how he wrote the book on “Starve The Doubts,” with host Jared Easley, where I served as one of the co-host of the show along with fellow co-host Renee Groskreutz for this episode.
Professional athletes are in a lot of ways like part-time entrepreneurs because they are competing on a daily basis compete in their respective sports.
Everyday on national media outlets like ESPN, NBC, we hear from pundits on what these athletes did or did not do to help their team win.
Their identity are immediately connected to the sports they play.
And most of these athletes are working in their second shift when they are building their very own businesses during their off season.
They understand that they have to do something different once they retire from their respective sports.
So in a lot of ways, part-time entrepreneurs can relate to professional athletes.
And there is nothing wrong with starting your business on the side while you are an employee.
As long as that businesses does not conflict with your place of work either in the sports industry, public relations industry, etc.
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