One of the keys to success for your business

3d earth and businesswomanThe Social Media world is fill with constant changes. Nowadays, it is imperative for entrepreneurs to be present on the main Social Networks.

As an entrepreneur, it is essential to focus on your strengths. Unfortunately, in the Social Media World, too many entrepreneurs are trying to manage their own accounts themselves, thinking they know what to do and thinking they are saving money this way. The real facts are they are losing valuable time and money simply because it is taking them time away from developing their business by only focusing on their strengths.

One of the keys to success in this New World is to hire an expert in this field called a community manager or social media manager.

A real expert in this field might be more expensive but at the same time will get you faster results. Why hire a Social Media specialist (community manager)? The specialist is a professional who has lots of Social Media knowledge. He or she is constantly reading and learning about newbies and changes about social networks to help businesses move forward as quickly as possible. The expert will also know how to lead people to your website, to your products and services, as well as growing your contact list.

A great community manager will not only manage your accounts. He or she also will implement strategies to make sure you get quick results.

However, if you are not ready to hire an expert to manage your Social Medias, it is recommend to take courses showing you the best things to do about your Social Media presence.

“In a business it is not what we invest in money that cost a lot, it is what we do not invest that is the most expensive »

In your business, what are you exactly looking for in your business? What are your goals?

To your success,

Carele

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One of the keys to success for your business — 38 Comments

  1. If you want to really be a biz owner that puts profits on the books, you simply must hire employees. I have spent the last year building a team and it was well worth it!

  2. Carele, those are good things business owners can do. Better than asking their children to manage a Facebook business account just because the kid may have a cellphone and a FB account. I had this happening…

  3. Very good post Carele, it is essential to learn how the social media platforms work nowadays, and every small business should consider to take some courses!

  4. The expert will also know how to lead people to your website, to your products and services, as well as growing your contact list. This is a true statement! Great tips on what to look for when hiring a social media manager.

  5. Yes! Very good article! Delegate, delegate, delegate. And if you’re STILL to scared to do so, then at least get some proper training 🙂

  6. Anyone that’s reading this comment, I’ve known Carele for about 2 years & she is not only a totally amazing person, but also well versed to help you with anything social media in your biz. She is great at what she does and is results focused. She is your English/French social media goto lady.

  7. I love one of the very first things you said – Focus on your Strengths. In this day and age, people thing they need to do all and be all. But in the end if you just do what you are good at and send all the things you don’t like or are not so go at to employees or contractors, you will find tons of growth! Why do you think the tax industry is so huge? People know they aren’t so good at it so they pay someone to do it for them.

    Thank you for the post.

  8. It’s a very good idea to hire an expert to manage online business – it’s worth even the investment. What are the pros and cons of hiring a Social Media Manager?

    • The pros: an expert doing it for you and knowing the right strategies, getting better results, saving time.

      The cons: if you are not hiring a real specialist you will pay for nothing. Make sure to hire people who walk their talk and knows what they are doing.

  9. Great point here Carele. For a long time in my business I would tell myself I’d start hiring people when I made enough profit to justify the cost. Funny how I finally started hiring people and THEN started making the money needed to justify it. It can be a scary step, but is well worth it!