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#272: Why You Don’t Want Your Social Media to Go Viral

#272 You don’t really want your social media to go viral!  What? If you’re hoping, wishing, even trying to create a video that will go viral, (come on, even just a little bit?) I’m about to convince you otherwise! With the hope that you can then: Focus on increasing the impact of social media you’re

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3 Reasons Your Social Media Isn’t Working

In this episode, I cover 3 Reasons Your Social Media Isn’t Working. If your social media isn’t working, don’t give up. Get up, dust yourself off. And let’s do more of what is working right now. Post pandemic marketing strategies have changed. What worked 2 years ago, won’t necessarily now. What works today won’t necessarily

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How to Get Twice as Much Done in Half the Time

How would you like to get twice as much done every day? In half as much time as it normally takes. Well, listen, I’m not going to talk about Tim Ferris’ 4-Hour Week. I think we can all work 4 hours a week if we want to. We just might be broke doing it. Most

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Fitness & Health Pros, Get More Social Media Traction

Not Getting Social Media Traction? So you’re posting regularly you’re using Instagram, maybe Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, all the things, but results are dismal. Nobody is really liking, nobody’s really commenting and nobody’s really sharing and if you’re on Instagram, we’re going to talk a little bit more about Instagram specifically, Nobody’s saving, which is like

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How to Use Research as Your Fitness Marketing Secret Weapon

How do you use research as your fitness marketing secret weapon? Create an engaging opening: High impact during menopause? Are you thinking that might get you hurt? With the wrong start and progression, it might. If you’re extremely fragile, or have co-existing conditions, it’s also not advised. But for other women transitioning through menopause, you

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