Karyn Hogan

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Podcast Episode 20  – Interview featuring Social Media Blogger, Karyn Hogan from KarynWithAY

What You Didn’t Know About Karyn With a “Y”

KarynWithay Aussie Bloggers PodcastI specialise in social media marketing and it is my passion to make it easy to understand so business owners can harness it’s power and grow their buisiness with a minimal marketing budget.

I have been an entrepreneur since I was young, always coming up with ideas and developing them and launched my first business, moretas4less when I was 24.

I quit my job to start moretas4less and soon spent over $80,000 in my first year advertising it in main stream media.  Once I ran out of money for advertising I turned to Social Media. I was amazed at the results when I started making more sales using this free medium than when I was spending tens of thousands of dollars.

This is when my passion for social media marketing began and in March 2013, I launched a social media Agency called, “Click by Click Social Media”.

I decided I wanted to reach a larger audience and help more people to take full advantage of social media as a great way to promote and grow their business.
That is when I decided to start a blog where I provide many resources to help people on their social media journey.

 

In this episode, you learn:

  • How to overcome social media overwhelm
  • Why you don’t have to be on every social media platform
  • Which is the best platform to use for your blog
  • Strategies to move your social media marketing along
  • How many times a day you should be posting
  • Which day to post?
  • What works with FB ads
  • Why you need a FB group instead of a FB Page
  • Why you should use FB Live
  • The best way to manage your FB group
  • How to forge your own path
  • Why you won’t get anything done if you try to follow everyone else

 

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