My Top 3 Social Media Resources

Social media is no exception to the saying  “practice makes perfect,” but there are many times where I turn to people who have already done the practice and perfected it.

If you need a course in Social Media 101, here are three great teachers:

Amy Porterfield: Amy Porterfield is not your typical social media expert. She is a business-minded woman who branded her name from the ground up. She knows what works on Facebook, and she is excited to share it through her free webinars or paid program, FB Influence. It’s a challenge for me to sit still for more than 20 minutes, but Amy makes learning fun and conversational.

Social Media Examiner: Social Media Examiner was my very first social media resource, and I was hooked after I discovered it. I just couldn’t resist those social media tips delivered right to my inbox. If there is any news (big or small), you will be the first to know about it thanks to the examiner.

HubSpot: I have a collection of social media ebooks from HubSpot about the ins and outs of social media. They understand the power of the word FREE, and they give out valuable resources. I highly recommend following them on Facebook and becoming an email subscriber so you don’t miss out on good information.

Experimenting is a huge part of social media, but there are experts in the field who can offer good advice.  Hope you find these three resources as helpful as I do!