Nakia Gray, Esq. is a Business & Intellectual Property Lawyer who has turned a traditional brick and mortar business into a digital law practice. Nakia serves the needs of online entrepreneurs by giving them the tools they need to experience profit, protection, and peace of mind while they build the brand of their dreams. In this episode
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Social media is one of my biggest business anxieties.
Can you relate?
It feels like no matter how much work you put in the BEAST STILL NEEDS TO BE FED!
It's a never ending cycle...
...that was until I met an octopus who did it all for me.
See, I've been in business for 13 years now and I just recently discovered how to create 2 months of AUTOMATED (not just scheduled) social media posts in 2 hrs total.
Would creating and automating 2 months of social media content in 2hrs be a game changer for you?
I know it was for me. Not only in saving me time, saving me money not having to hire a social media manager but also in getting me free traffic to my offers.
Here's how it works.
Here's how I did it:
Here's how Meet Edgar works:
Growing up in a 9,000 person town in Wisconsin...one of the years where we borrowed a friends station wagon...I NEVER thought I'd be writing this post lol.
After starting a few businesses, taking online courses and joining masterminds I've learned a LOT from not only building my own 1m+ online business but also from meeting and chatting with others who have done the same.
After attending all these masterminds, dinners, travels and other fun outings I started to notice that millionaires all do the same 4 things daily.
4 things that seem like super common sense yet hardly anyone is doing them...
Easy right? But are you doing them all?
Want to know not just how to preform better as a business owner but how to grow a wildly profitable online course business?
My husband and I are growing a brand new business from scratch and...
I asked her who her ideal client was and she said “all people ages 18-60,” if this is your ideal client too, keep on readin’ my friend…
We’re course creators because we want to help people, right? Right.
But the thing is that when you try to serve everyone, you’ll actually end up serving no one. Not always fun to hear, but who else is here for the real advice?
One of the most important pieces in marketing your message is learning to speak to one person. I like to refer to this “one person” as your ideal avatar.
You should know who they are down to their exact age, if they have kids, if they have pets, where they live, where they shop, etc. You should be able to describe them like you’re describing a friend.
Now just because your ideal avatar has an exact age doesn’t mean you’ll be turning away anyone who is not that age. It just means that your messaging will resonate far deeper, with people similar to this, and in turn...