See, a real life hero, in person, can do one of two things, in my experience. It can either motivate you to do, be and become more … or not.
I had the sincere pleasure to have been interviewed by Rob Anspach; author, speaker, social media specialist and influencer. Rob and I met on social media several years ago, and have always stayed in touch. It wasn’t until Snapchat that Rob and I really connected.
I encourage you read them both, and ALL his work; he’s great!
Without further adieu, here is the interview:
Rob and I had so many great stories and social media strategies to swap and share! It’s always so much fun talking with like-minded colleagues! We have essentially been at this (being social media specialists) for about the same amount of time; on very different paths though. His focus is more of the professionals and my focus is more on individuals and teaching them the way. Visit the50plusentrepreneur.website to see what I mean.
Rob can be reached on his website here and on Facebook here. Seeing as he openly admitted to not loving Twitter I won’t throw you THAT bone, but you can always Tweet with ME! :) I do still like to connect quite regularly on that platform, as well as all the others (which you can grab on the far right hand side of this blog post).
We hope you enjoyed this interview about all things social media. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below, or connect on social, I’d love to meet you and help where I can!
So you want to get good at social media?
You need to have a plan. A guidebook. A strategy.
You need some rules.
And rule number one? That’s obey the rules.
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