In my marketing seminar 15, I will do a little bit of everything. I will talk about marketing, blogging, social media, email marketing, and a few other things that I’ve been working on.
The seminar is in its last week so we have a few things to cover before I hit the send button. First off, I will talk about social media and marketing. This week I will cover social media marketing which is basically the art of getting your message to the largest number of people possible, and how to utilize social media and get it to the right people. Then I will talk about blogging and how to use it to your advantage, and how to make money while you’re at it.
This is a big week. There are so many things that I think about when I wake up each day. I am working on two different projects each week, both with the same name, and each one is very different from the other and I want to talk about them both so I can get my thoughts and ideas out as fast as I can.
I’m a huge fan of social media. I love that it’s something that makes me look like a super-smart person and not just another annoying salesperson on the internet. I love the fact that people with different backgrounds and interests can find each other and interact with each other, but I also hate the fact that I can’t control what information my friends and family share with me.
I love that you can reach out to people you don’t know and I love those people who reach out to you. I am the same way and I hate that I just cannot control what my friends and family share with me.
I’m not sure what you mean by “reach out.” In my opinion, you need to connect with people who have the same goals as you. If you want to learn more about marketing in general, you might want to consider joining a community like Social Media Marketing Central. It’s a group that was started by Michael S. Herrmann who is one of the most knowledgable and experienced social media gurus out there.
So you are trying to learn marketing by joining a community or by going to social media for marketing? In my opinion, that is the exact wrong thing to do. You would know way more if you went to a marketing seminar and met people on the panel (or you could join one yourself). Most people don’t join a community or go to a seminar. They just do it because they like the idea.
My theory is that people go to seminars because they are looking for information. They think they can get it by attending seminars. In reality, they are just looking for information.
So if someone wants to join a seminar, they just go and talk to the instructor and then when they get to the seminars, they just go to the seminar. There is no connection.
I think seminar attendance has more to do with people looking for an escape from their problems than it does with any sort of connection to the seminars. If people had an idea of how to get out of problems, they would come to seminars. I think attendees feel more connected to the seminar than they do to anyone else.