Tim Lewis on social media as a networking strategy – MAF148

My guest on the show this week is Tim Lewis.

We talk how you can use social media and content, such as blogs and live video, to grow your business network.

Welcome to episode 148 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Tim Lewis on social media as a networking strategy - MAF148

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • Avoiding the “spray and pray” approach to networking
  • Social media and content allow a new type of networking
  • The power of twitter chats
  • People underestimate the power of commenting on blogs and videos for making contacts
  • How other people’s content can act as a network enabler

Who is Tim Lewis?

With over 18 years experience in IT development and management in Financial Services Industry, Tim’s now working in the world of writing fiction and publishing. He’s managing director of Stoneham Press, has published fiction on Amazon and helps other self-publishers.

Tim is the host of the Being Self Published Podcast. He’s writing a book about how to use social media and content to build business networks – using social media to get ahead by “being you”.

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Ken Course on why business development revolves around answering customer questions – MAF130

In this episode, my guest is Ken Course.

He specialises in helping businesses find their next customers. We talk about why  business development revolves around answering customer questions.

Welcome to episode 130 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Ken Course on why business development revolves around answering customer questions - MAF130

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • How to focus on your highest and best skills and outsource the rest
  • Systemising the most common questions you get asked to free you up to find more clients
  • Reducing your reliance on referrals by tapping into technology
  • Why the world now revolves around answering questions
  • How were all teachers and why we need to stand out

Who is Ken Course?

US-based Ken is the founder of Explore Momentum and leads a community called “Your Momentum Now,” which is completely built around helping you create results. He’ll help you find your next customer, fill your next event, grow your database, put systems in place, and make more sales.

Ken knows all about: Marketing automation, speaking and training, developing and launching information products, coaching and speaking very loudly

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