"Home-Grown" Social Media Expertise

posted 18 Jun 2015, 23:22 by Dean Allan   [ updated 18 Jun 2015, 23:24 ]
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Those of you who have been following this blog and the BookPals project for some time now would know that BookPals came about as a result of Gordon Kay of the Adelaide Hills Business Centre and I wanting to help people with the business bookkeeping and the other business reporting aspects of their business.

Helping business owners is also a big reason why the BookPals Business Sanity podcast and BookPals Business XLerator have been created, because they provide you with hints, tips and ideas on how to make running your business just that little bit easier and a place where you can connect with people who can help you and your business. 

If you have been listening to the podcast for some time now you would know that I have been fortunate enough to speak with guests from all over the world, but it was so refreshing when Gordon suggested I get in contact with someone who could help our listeners and lived right here in South Australia, because there's nothing better than to be able to show off "home grown" talent!!!


Michelle specialises in helping corporate entities better communicate through social media and in this discussion she provides some wonderful insights into how to more effectively communicate with your clients using the power of the major social media platforms.

Regardless of whether you work in a large corporate organisation and want to use the social media channels to connect with more customers, or you're a small business with a goal to grow and want an insight into what the "big players" need to do to better communicate online, this episode of Bookpals Business Sanity is a "must listen to" - enjoy!!!