YL 18 D3 V3 Samantha Lee Wright – Social Media Do’s and Don’ts for Your Business

Samantha Lee Wright – Social Media Do’s and Don’ts for Your Business

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  1. Laurel Cobb

    I seriously adore Samantha Lee Wright. Her Essential Oil Revolution podcast is hands-down my favorite way to learn about all things wellness and Young Living. Her 30 Day Business Bootcamp podcast is absolutely amazing. It gave me the confidence to attempt something I never thought I would have the courage to undertake–starting my own business. Thank you, Samantha, for this presentation. Posting on social media goes against every instinct in my body. And, I don’t ever comment. This is my first baby step, thanks to you!

  2. Tracy Bossalini

    EXCELLENT presentation….I have listened to your podcast and loved it…but seeing you on this video was even better. Great content and dlivered in a clear concise manner! Thank you!

  3. Sofia Monteiro

    Hi Samantha! Thank you so much for your presentation! I took a lot of notes, it was super well structured and practical. Thank you!
    I have only one question. You talk about the 80/20 rule. How does that work on a business account? What I mean is: I have an account dedicated to talk about oils and my experience with them. I try to make it as personal as possible, but since it is an “oil account” I only talk about oils there. But I’m not always sales-pitching, so to speak. Is that what you mean by the 80/20 rule?
    Thanks again, and congrats on the presentation,

    1. Samantha Lee Wright

      Hi Sofia!
      I think in the case of a business page, the 80/20 rule applies still, but it looks a little bit different. Make sure that at least 80% of your business page content is something other than “buy this/promo/flash sale/join now” type of content, and instead focus on valuable content. 80% or more should be content that’s shareable, inspiring, useful, and audience serving vs. business serving. Give your people content that’s engaging and also let’s them get to know your brand in new ways too. Then, when the time is right, throw in the more sales-type of post. For a business page, you could even change it to more of a 90/10 rule since everyone knows you are a business already. Hope that helps!

  4. Traci Carestia

    Thanks for providing do’s and don’t. I really appreciate you being real and driving that point home. It’s essential for everyone to be, or start to learn, to be comfortable in their own skin. Thanks again!

  5. Shelley Peterson

    Glad to hear about a podcast – I do a lot of work keeping up with my people who are not on social media and refuse to be. The podcast will be so helpful thank you!

  6. Carol Cox

    Great tips and info! I’m not a podcast listener…but you may have won me over! I’ll definitely check your podcast out! Especially appreciate the tip about setting up a separate business account (Facebook) in order to keep my personal stuff private! Why didn’t I think of that! 🙂