There’s this beast that we all face on a daily basis… It’s one that’s always changing and leaves you confused and wanting to curl up crying on your bathroom floor. That beast… SOCIAL MEDIA.
However, my goal is to make the beast a whole lot less scary.
In fact, I believe it’s less like a scary ticket and more like Willy Wonka’s golden ticket to scaling a profitable business!
If you were to look back at my Instagram a few years ago, you would think a five-year-old was running it. *seriously though* There was straight up no vision, no consistency, no strategy… no bueno. But I pushed myself to learn what truly works and what doesn’t, and I’m here to share all of my secrets with YOU.
Before we dive in to the specifics boo, I want you to know that your social media is a reflection of you. YOU decide what your style is, what photos you use, what copy you write, who you’re doing this for, and how you engage.
You are in the driver’s seat so let’s take control and make it something you are proud of!
>> You are in the driver’s seat so let’s take control and make your social media account something you are proud of!<<
In this episode, I’m going to teach you how to:
- Use consistency to build a reputation with your followers and [*bonus*] track what type of posts hit better with your audience so you can double down on them
- Create content that gets into your ideal client’s psyche because any time a consumer looks at a piece of content that feels like it's tailor made for them, they will follow, they will spend more, they will wait more, and they will support more.
- Navigate conversations online to show value to your followers and build your tribe
- Post the same content across multiple platforms so you come across authentic and foster conversations
- Find what hashtags your consumers are inclined to look for so you can build your following
- Choose a bio and bio photo to truly capture your identity
- Invest in yourself, own that you are enough, and step into your purpose so you can better invest in others
>>These are the tips and tricks that helped me to grow my social influence to over 600,000 across 4 platforms.<<
*If only that little know-it-all who used to run my account could see me now!*.
I want you to live your version of success, to live your dream, to make your social media account your own and not a second-rate copy of someone else’s.
So, head on over to iTunes or click the audio player above to give episode 8 of The Jasmine Star Show a listen…then, go out and get it!
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About ED Mylett
Upon entering the financial planning industry, Ed Mylett discovered World Financial Group (WFG) in 1992. From the beginning of his tenure with the company, Mylett employed maximum effort toward building his WFG business. In his initial period with WFG, Mylett stayed at the office in the evenings to conduct corporate overviews. Mylett benefitted from his outstanding service by quickly advancing to the level of CEO Marketing Director, then to Senior Executive Vice Chairman. In 2006, Mylett was promoted to the Chairman’s Council. As a member of the Chairman’s Council, Mylett works with several other executives to develop WFG’s business models and relations. Ed Mylett currently serves WFG as Director of Field Leadership.
With hobbies such as weight training, playing golf, and visiting his lake house, Ed Mylett maintains an active schedule. Mylett also proudly supports charitable and community initiatives such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, the All for One Foundation, and the National Leadership Foundation. Some of Ed Mylett’s favorite authors are John C. Maxwell, Napoleon Hill, and Anthony Robbins. Ed Mylett, a native of Diamond Bar, California, graduated from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. While in college, Mylett was a standout Division I baseball player.
Mylett’s collegiate career highlights include three All-American nominations, leading the NCAA in stolen bases, and ranking among the top ten players of all time in five separate statistical categories. A highly promising prospect, Mylett hoped to play Major League Baseball; however, a significant injury dealt a final blow to his athletic aspirations. Soon, Mylett transferred his passion for baseball to a career with WFG. As an inductee of the WFG Millionaire Hall of Fame, Ed Mylett has certainly gained the utmost respect from his family, peers, and associates.
If you'd like to show Ed some love, his handle is @edmylett!