Law Of Effortlessness Podcast Episode 062 with Facebook Content and Confidence Coach and all round charismatic Facebook superstar, Chenae Carey
Welcome to this all new episode where your host Shannon Bush chats all things Facebook with Chenae.
In this episode, Chenae shares how she began her business with a lip-syncing competition, and building a genuine, authentic connection and community in the online business world. Shannon and Chenae talk about what makes a great group and why many fizzle out, and talk common mistakes when it comes to using Facebook to build your business including what types of posts to have your page, your business page versus a profile, and practical, easy things you can immediately begin implementing, and even more including:
- What makes a Facebook group fizzle out
- How to utilize Facebook groups effectively
- Building an authentic Facebook community
- The 5 types of posts you need on your business page
- Preparing for Facebook Lives
All the questions you’ve had about using Facebook for your business are answered in this episode – and you’ll hear practical examples of how each tip or trick can be used – including how a photo of a rusty pipe grew a local Perth plumbers page dramatically and building your know like and trust factor.
Chenae’s passion is helping small business owners market themselves on Facebook without using FB ads. She works with people on their Facebook content and their confidence, to show them how to really connect with their followers and their audience, rather than just slapping up content for the sake of it.
For more Facebook content awesome, connect with Chenae in these places
Watch Chenae’s lip-syncing video here.
Check out Chenae’s free Facebook Work Book here.
Connect with Shannon in these places
Join the Thriving Entrepreneur Facebook group for women entrepreneurs
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Notable Quotes & Pearls Of Wisdom
“You need to have a value proposition for the members of your group. Why should they bother engaging?”
“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should!”
“You need to understand the dynamics of the platform you’re entering onto.”
“Start with where you’re at and build from there. Don’t overwhelm yourself.”