Thanks again for joining me to talk about engagement and building an army of online champions.
I feel privileged to get to come to your place, get to know you a bit, learn what you’re doing that works and share what I learn from you with other rural people.
When we talked about social media, I know that one of the biggest challenges is just finding time to do social media during your already-full day.
To help you with that, I put together a short, two-page, cheat-sheet on how I find time for social media.
It also includes a link to a case study about adding bloggers to your army of online champions.
Here’s the link to download Finding Time for Social Media.
To save it on your computer, right click on the link above. Internet Explorer users, choose Save Target As. For Firefox or Chrome users, choose Save Link As.
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