Grand Rapids, MI, June 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In today’s business climate, with the popularity of online marketing, just having a website simply isn’t enough for a small business to remain competitive. In this global marketplace, an entrepreneur needs to be active in the world of social media, participating on sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube – in order to compete. But many solopreneurs claim to be too busy to learn the ins and outs of, let alone actually get active on, social media sites.
Today a new social media training program is being announced and it’s going eliminate the biggest excuses entrepreneurs have for not being active in online marketing – not having time and just not getting its relevance. This program is called Project Social Media and whether you have five minutes a day or fifty, this program is effective.
“As a social media specialist, I hear from entrepreneurs every day who know they should be on social media sites but they just don’t know where to start,” states Rebecca Zwar, founder of www.ProjectSocialMedia.com. Zwar adds, “I wanted to develop a fool-proof system that would make it easy for any entrepreneur to establish a strong presence in social media, no matter what their level of knowledge on the subject or how much time they can commit.”
There is no other social media training program available that offers everything offered by Project Social Media. Rather than attending tele-seminars to learn the information, registrants are given 20 short training videos to watch and a dozen one-page step-by-step checklists to be completed at their own pace. When those steps are finished, the result is an impressive online presence and an effective social media strategy. To help implement that social media strategy, everyone in the program is given their own social media virtual assistant.
“The fact that each participant gets their own social media virtual assistant is going over very well,” states Zwar who besides overseeing Project: Social Media, leads a Multi-VA team at www.MarketingGeeksInc.com. Zwar adds, “The program was developed so that a virtual assistant can take care of many tasks involved. This helps free up even more of a solopreneur’s time and results in a social media strategy that will actually be implemented.”
To learn more about Project: Social Media or to register, visit www.ProjectSocialMedia.com.
About Project: Social Media
Project: Social Media is a one-of-a-kind program for solopreneurs wishing to jumpstart their online presence – quickly and easily.
In this action-oriented, three month program, entrepreneurs will establish a social media presence, build relationships, opportunities and gain raving fans – and they’ll know what to do with them.
Participants learn how to develop a social media strategy through a series of easy to follow checklists and short videos, rather than involved tele-classes. Registrants also receive the support of their own social media virtual assistant to help implement the parts of their strategy that can be delegated maximizing their time even more.
Phone: (866) 986-6468