We’re really excited to have her host this webinar and know that it will be extraordinarily helpful for people who want to get more involved with social media for their business but don’t quite know where to start.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
BetterNetworker Instructor Coach Deb Cole will host an exclusive webinar Wednesday, January 16th at 7:00PM EST on how to use social media to promote a person’s business.
The webinar, which will be held for BetterNetworker members, will reveal the top three biggest social media secrets, the social media strategies that are most effective right now, and the things that will get users instantly banned from social networks.
A marketing consultant, team-building coach, and lifestyle strategist, Cole authored the very first book on social media, "Twitter Revolution: How Social Media and Mobile Marketing Is Changing the Way We Do Business & Market Online."
Known as the "New Media Money Maker," Cole has been training people how to use social media since 1999. Her clients include home business owners, celebrities, and politicians. She has been a BetterNetworker Instructor since March 2012 and has posted a series of articles on how to use Twitter as an effective marketing tool.
“Deb has been a wonderful addition to our Instructor program and to the BetterNetworker community in general,” says CEO Jesse Jameson. “She’s one of the best in the industry when it comes to knowing how to properly utilize social media for branding and marketing purposes, and our members have really benefitted from her training content thus far. We’re really excited to have her host this webinar and know that it will be extraordinarily helpful for people who want to get more involved with social media for their business but don’t quite know where to start.”
Cole recently participated in an extensive interview with BetterNetworker Editor Andrew Draughon as part of an upcoming information product that BetterNetworker is currently in the process of putting together.
More about Deb can be found on her BetterNetworker profile by clicking on the following link: