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Commonly Asked Questions
In an effort to answer your question as quickly as possible (and, let’s be honest, reduce the number of emails in my inbox) please help yourself to these commonly asked questions. Chances are, your question is in here and you can get an answer right away! Who doesn’t love instant gratification?
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Will you be a guest on my podcast, online summit, or roundup post?
Do you provide social media management, coaching, or consulting services?
My schedule is booked solid supporting my customers and course students.
If you want to connect with me you’re welcome to join my private Facebook group Team of One Biz Owners.
Do you accept guest posts or sponsored posts?
While I have published a guest post in the past, at this time all of the content published on AngieGensler.com is written by me and represents my own opinions.
How do I submit a testimonial?
If your testimonial is selected, I will feature your name, website URL, and photo on my website and in marketing materials – exposing your business to thousands of business owners around the world!
Do you have an affiliate program?
You can learn more about my affiliate program here:
What social media scheduling tools do you recommend?
For traditional channels like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter:
I’ve used many different social media schedulers throughout my marketing career. Based on my experience, I recommend PromoRepublic for small business owners to schedule their social media posts to traditional channels like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
It’s simple. They provide all the pieces you need to create and schedule content all in one place.
1. Robust Content Scheduler
2. Built-in Graphics Editor (Think Canva)
3. Library of Done-for-You Content
4. Detailed Stats and Reporting
While social scheduling tools like PromoRepublic save you time and streamline your efforts, the best tools cost money. Trevor and I are huge advocates for living debt-free and keeping your business expenses as low as possible.
That’s why we’ve formed a partnership with PromoRepublic to cover half of your social media scheduler expenses for the next 12 months.
We hope this takes a major weight off your shoulders.
Reducing your financial stress just might improve your creative energy – allowing you to create amazing social media posts!
But before you sign up for PromoRepublic, please know that I don’t recommend it for Pinterest.
Scheduling content to Pinterest:
Tailwind is the tool you need to get results on Pinterest.
If Pinterest is the channel you want to focus on right now, make sure you check out my free webinar: How to Grow Your Traffic and Email List in 30 Days Using Pinterest.
You’ll learn how to generate traffic without the hustle and you’ll discover why Tailwind is the ideal tool for Pinterest management.
Should I post the same thing to every channel or create unique content for each channel?
Second, if you must continue posting to ALL the channels, create your content specifically for ONE channel and use automation tools like Buffer, Hootsuite, or SmarterQueue to schedule that post to all the other channels.
For a more in-depth explanation on this be sure to watch these YouTube videos:
When posting on Facebook, should I post to my personal account, business page, or private group?
Unfortunately, Facebook restricts organic reach to business pages and the engagement you’ll get on those posts will be minimal.
As far as personal pages, it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service to use a personal page for business purposes, so if you post to your personal page you risk Facebook shutting your account down.
It’s not very likely, but it’s still possible and never a risk I’ve been willing to make.
A few posts here and there about your business are just fine, but you basically don’t want it to look like you’re using your personal page strictly for business.
Posts inside of Facebook groups still get great reach and great engagement which is why I recommend focusing your Facebook activity to your own private group.
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