NO SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING METHOD

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7 days of bitesized video's, tips & activations to help you soulfully sell your services away from the Meta-Matrix. 


You are not a slave to social media!

You are a conscious creator!

Your creativity is your currency!

 

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If we open an app every day, developers are satisfied. On social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, the more time we spend on the platform, the more advertising revenue flows into the pockets of tech companies — attention is currency

Hannah Schwär - Business Insider Deutschland

Look 👀 I know how easy it is to get confused when it comes to marketing your soul business or side project.

Perhaps you find yourself jumping on the latest social trend or you get heavily influenced by what you see on the grid?

Well...what if there was an alternative way to market your heart led business away from the noise of social media?

One that’s so personal and story led that your community sticks around for years to come.

Imagine a space that light’s you up, gives you energy and creates sustainable growth and revenue. 💸

Well my friend you can rest at ease because I’ve got exactly what you need.

And it’s called…

NO SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING METHOD

A human centric and intuitive approach to sharing info about your processes and your products.

Don’t get me wrong there are big benefits in marketing on social media and I use it myself however…

let’s not rely on old Zukerberg to steer our Mother Earth ship to safety.

Why not take matters into your own hands and create your own social network that serves your people in your unique way.

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And….be sure you watch all 7 days in order to be in with a chance to win a free coaching.

GIVE ME THE GOOD STUFF

In many cases these addictive properties of new technologies are not accidents, but instead carefully engineered design features.

Cal Newprt’s Digital Minimalism