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Brilliant Social Media Adam Gray’s Guide On How To Start, Refine or Improve Your Social Media
“A must read for anyone who wants to find out what social media can do for their business” Nikki King OBE, MD Isuzu Truck UK and star of Channel 4’s Undercover Boss
By: Gray UK
Many have put a ‘toe in the social media waters’, others just don’t know where to begin. They all know they have to, or will get left behind, but if you haven’t made a start or you’re dabbling without a proper strategy, then it’s easy to feel overstretched, confused and, be honest, a bit scared.
So how does the world of social media work?
How much of my time will it take?
When will I see the benefit?
What do I do to get heard and get a response?
Adam Gray’s Brilliant Social Media is an easy must read guide that will help you to get started straight away, then refine and improve your strategy to get real and measurable business results.
Social Media really is that easy when you know how.
· Understand how social media works and why it’s good for business.
· Find out which platforms will best suit your business goals
· Make social media part of your wider marketing plan
· Discover how to adapt and improve by learning from what works
Adam Gray specialises in social media where most others don’t. With a background in marketing and advertising, Adam became an ‘early adopter’ of social media in 2004, fascinated by its power and what it could achieve. He immersed himself in it and changed his career to totally focus on what was then a pioneering new way to potentially access people in their millions.
Nine years later, when he’s not working with clients or giving inspirational talks to audiences, he spends all of his time reading about the subject, using the various platforms, learning about changes and examining solutions to the problems that people are going to face.
His expertise and experience in this field prompted the world’s biggest publisher, Pearson, to approach him to write a book as part of their “Brilliant”
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