Hi and welcome to episode number 10 of the Savvy Social Podcast. Today I’m chatting with Meg all about Facebook ads. You’ll want to take notes because every part of this interview is powerful. Listen in as we talk about how to get started with Facebook ads, when boost a post, the power of video view […]
Today’s guest is Samantha Mabe and we’re talking all about how to optimize your website for social media. In this episode, we chat about the importance of building a website that’s actionable, how to encourage people to follow you on social using your website, and the value of deepening your online connections with in real life ones.
Are you struggling to get started on YouTube? Listen into today’s episode as Jessica Freeman of Jess Creatives shares her amazing YouTube journey. We’re learning how to get started on YouTube, what Jess did to get her first client from YouTube, and how you can use YouTube to build the right exposure for your business.
Today’s episode features our very first interview here on the podcast and it’s with my husband Brent Jones! Listen in because we’re talking about how Brent used to work with me in the social media business, why he decided to transition out, the importance of taking breaks from social media, and so much more.
Are you posting diligently to social media but not getting anything in response? Is no one commenting, liking, and sharing your social media posts? What you may be missing is a little social buzz!
In today’s episode, I’m talking all about how to get more engagement on your social media posts. It’s more than posting and running. It involves understanding your current engagement rate, trying something new like a game or contest, finding out if you’re saying the right things to encourage engagement, learning to be responsive, and more!
If you’re struggling with showcasing your authority on social media, this episode of the Savvy Social Podcast is for you!
In this episode, Andréa Jones shows you how to build your expertise online through providing value and building connections. Having authority in your industry is important because setting yourself up as a leader or a expert in your field allows you to strut your stuff. People buy from people they like and trust. In positioning yourself as an expert, you’re allowing your audience, your fans, and your potential buyers to trust you.