378: How to Outsource Social Media and Work with Local Influencers with Sarah Romero
Published July 18, 2019
38 min
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    Are you a local service business owner ready to leverage the power of local influencers to boost your online presence and help grow your business? If you’re new to social for business or you’re not sure how to outsource it to the right people, you’re in luck.

    Welcome to the first episode of my new Social Media Summer Camp series! I’m so excited to get the ball rolling on this one and cover the ins and outs of social media through the lens of a local business. But don’t worry, even though a lot of the advice I share in this series is catered towards the local service business owner, it can also be applied to almost any business.

    In this first episode of the series, I interview Sarah Romero, who owns a social media management agency dedicated to helping local businesses in Southern California. Sarah and her team specialize in helping businesses grow by leveraging the power of social media. If you’d like to learn how you can get started with outsourcing social media and connect with micro-influencers who can help build your audience, this one is for you!

    In this episode, we discuss:

    • How to outsource social media and grow an engaged audience
    • Using a social media professional to help you create brand awareness and promote your business
    • Tips to help you target your ideal clients and connect with local influencers

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