Social media marketing: we all have a vague idea that it can work. But without a good strategy, it can be a massive waste of time and resources.

Today, we’ve got a guest teacher who can help. Nancy Gathecha is a Germany-based consultant and author who knows how to get the most out of social media, without investing too much. She’s here to share 5 simple practices that’ll help you get results without devouring precious time.

Hint: the best strategy is the one you can be consistent with.

Gathecha’s social media philosophy holds that the easier your plan is to follow, the more effective it will be. There’s simply too much noise on social media to dive down the rabbit hole.

Instead, she argues, you can focus on a pared-down plan that’ll maximize your return on investment.

Learn how to turn people’s social media habits into your company’s growth opportunities. Let go of the intimidation factor, and find an attack plan you can stick with. Plus, get Nancy’s free gift to help you get started. Click Play!

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