Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 30, 2008
Millions have noticed this campaign season how Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama harnessed the power of the Internet to fund his campaign and woo voters at sites like Facebook and MySpace. Small and home-based business owners are also waking up to using social networking sites to connect and create cash flow.
Some entrepreneurs are cleaning up getting customers through social networking sites. However, others are left scratching their heads wondering if what seems like a colossal waste of time will ever pay off in these tumultuous times when low return business activities are unwise. An enterprising woman has created "The Social Networking Formula" to help business owners' speed up the process.
Social networking authority Ann Rusnak says, "Some components of Obama's strategy are actually a good model for business owners. For example, start building your networks and connecting with people before you need it, before your actual launch. Your social networking strategy makes a big difference in your results rather than jumping in without a plan."
Rusnak, CEO of "The Time Diva" spent years running others' businesses. She started her own commercial interior design business and quickly tasted success. But the strain of 16-18 hour days took a serious toll. She literally collapsed, was hospitalized and spent three months bedridden. "When I finally started working again I could only work 15 minutes at a time." She noticed many people who started businesses to have more freedom and time ended up with business that took over their lives.
She developed and introduced "The Social Networking Formula" for business owners with big time constraints. "People who get my system discover how to focus on the necessary activities to help them grow and skip the time-wasters. They develop online business relationships and get a better return for their time."
The Social Networking System includes a series of thirteen online audios and thirteen videos and is available at http://www.socialnetworkformula.com Each of the audios and videos are broken down into smaller 15-minute chunks. A support forum gives business owners a way to get answers to questions and connect with each other.
Rusnak concluded, "I developed the program because people kept asking me how I was getting such great results using social networking in so little time."
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