How time flies! Yes, spring has sprung, and I have to admit I have no idea where did the last month go! I can't believe we celebrated 2 years in business & the 2nd Anniversary of launching B!Social, from Nelson to the world! :)
Here are some exciting updates on what happened in the past few weeks in the B!Social universe.
And, proud to introduce a new feature on the blog: The B!Social Hall of Fame :)
Thank you to all the amazing people & my lovely clients for joining me on the journey! :) Here are all the details, read on!
It's time to #bsocialnow :)
Alongside the strategic consultations & trainings I do with clients, workshops are definitely one big pillar of the services I offer at B!Social. During the past 2 years, I enjoyed developing & fine tuning a method and a set of signature courses that deliver practical, hands-on learning by doing, at the same time providing a great social experience, too.
Here is to the Team B!Linked at our last LinkedIn Workshop, that happened to be a special number for this special month. This was our 15th Workshop!
Check out how this group started to raise their profile and grow their business/ organisation with the help of this exponentially growing, also still very underused social media platform, and putting things into action instantly.
It's the time to #bsocialnow !
How can Local Businesses use Social Media Marketing to Grow? 3 Inspiring Case Studies from Nelson-Tasman
Wow, what a fantastic evening! It was an honour to be back to present for the second time with the Nelson Tasman Business Trust and share some of my top tips on how to raise a business profile to grow, get strategic and hopefully enjoy the process, too! ☺️ O
Of course, with the help of Social Media.
I highlighted the importance of a solid social media strategy and I invited 3 local business owners who started implementing what they learned at the B!Social Workshops and got some great results from it. They joined me on stage to present their absolutely inspiring local case studies.
How can businesses create & leverage communities around their products/services with the help of Social Media? I'm bringing you today an exciting live case study from the luxury watch industry. An example of an engaged worldwide community connected through - yes, a simple hashtag.
Check out this special video interview with Balázs Ferenczi, Content Marketing Manager of Chrono24, an online platform for watch sellers & buyers, and also the editor of the online Fratello Magazine. He shares with us not only the success story behind #SpeedyTuesday, but also how online communities can be taken back offline to connect fans in real life. From all over the world!
I'm very excited about this topic as I feel this is at the heart of Social Media Marketing today. #offlineisthenewblack ?! This is something I would recommend smart businesses to definitely leverage in a creative way as we move into a more and more digitalised world! Using social media to connect people. Create communities. Not only online, but back to basics, offline.
A big theme throughout Social Media Marketing World #SSMW19 this year, and the inspirational closing keynote of Mark Schaefer.
Tune in to the video or read the full interview below.
Notes from my imaginary LinkedIn Diary:
Excitement in the air. Looking forward to some special moments to share. It’s finally time. It’s time to meet the people behind their LinkedIn profiles.
Hear some top tips on what works best for others and why local businesses find value in using social media for their own business! Join us as we celebrate World Social Media Day and connect global to local. B!Social from Nelson, New Zealand!
On the occasion of World Social Media Day, let's connect, let's celebrate - globally, and also locally - here in Nelson, New Zealand! With #bsocialnelson, my aim is to bring the local community together and inspire each other on how we use social media in our businesses, and what we love about it. I would love you to join!
How leveraging Facebook and a group of inspiring women contributed to creating one of the local leading networking groups
Your Tribe Nelson is taking connections to another level. The B!Social interview series continues, this time bringing you some great tips from the founder of the group, Caron Proctor. Check out how Caron leveraged events, the amazing potential and engagement of a group of inspiring women to create one of the leading networking groups for business & social in Nelson.
How the power of Social Media helped spread the word of a charity, creating support and changing lives
My first guest on the Blog is Kristin Paterson, Director of Whole Lotta Life Foundation. She shares her insights and best practices on how the power of social media, and in particular Facebook, can spread the word of a charity to you adults diagnosed with cancer, creating an online support and community, and thus changing lives.
Hi, I'm Bea!