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How to Build Your Business Empire Using Social Media

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I was recently interviewed by my good friend Bryan Elliott from Behind the Brand.

One of the frequent questions I receive is, “what is it you do, and how did you grow your business to the size it is in such a short time?”

Since I’m an entrepreneur, I’ve got the curse of not knowing how to answer the question easily.

However, in this interview I broke down what my businesses are, and how Sean and I took it from nothing two years ago, to a multi-million dollar business today.

Watch the interview above as I also share:

• How to grow an Internet business from $0 to millions
How to use LinkedIn.com to find new customers
• How to build and manage a list of passionate fans (that buy your products)
• How digital goods and products are changing the game
• My personal tips for success
• How to identify your personal strengths to be your very best
• How you can overcome adversity when you face obstacles

Make sure to say hi to Bryan on Twitter for putting this together and check out the full show here.

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Is there anything I said that makes sense or confuses you?   Can you apply the things I’ve said in your own business or do you feel my ideas wouldn’t work for you? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.

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19 comments
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canvas prints

I consider this post as one of the best post ever. It is one f a kind I really admire chiropractic marketing the important ideas that you offer in the content. I am looking forward for more important thoughts and more blogs. Your such a lucky one to have this gift basket of knowledge. Keep it up !!!!

entrepreneurs
entrepreneurs

The term was originally a loanword from French and was first defined by the Irish-French economist Richard Cantillon. This term first appeared in the French Dictionary "Dictionnaire Universal de Commerce" of Jacques des Bruslons published in 1723.

NseIndia
NseIndia

Employing the web for designing an effective online presence for your business is considered as a low-cost marketing tool. In fact, there's no better way of promoting your business other than social media.

Specs
Specs

Because of social media so many business bloom and some others were launched. This might be the biggest reason why social media is so important today. This brings to the idea that in the near future, most social media sites are no longer free. But until then we should enjoy the present and use this social media like facebook for the good of our business.

PTheWyse
PTheWyse

@JonMorrow thank you for the informative tweets...reading some information about headlines written by you

DonX69
DonX69

Excellent post Lewis. Thank you very much. Love it! Very inspiring for sure.

Don

DanielMilstein
DanielMilstein

Thanks for posting this blog post Lewis, and many congratulations for your successful professional life. Your video is just amazing and focused on Likability. I just got inspired by your interview. One thing I learned before I became a bestselling author and long before Inc Magazine voted my company as one of the fastest growing companies is that social media is the thing which can lead you to success also and sometimes downfall also.

CamMcH
CamMcH

@nicktruelson sounds like you are building a baseball field...have to agree though, create value so it gives fans a reason to come back!

GrahamCowle
GrahamCowle

Excellent story Lewis - people are moved to action by being inspired. Your story is inspiring. Cheers GrahamCowle

ChrisMcKinney
ChrisMcKinney

The host nailed it: Likability. That and your fearless, action-taking approach is why you dominate! Congrats on all your success, Lewis. Love seeing you crush it!

EmmaLawrencePR
EmmaLawrencePR

@BryanElliott Hi Bryan, for me it was the importance of continually looking for ways to make new connections and build relationships.

RalphKooi
RalphKooi

@ChrisMcKinney Likability is the keyword, I agree. Also genuine (ity??) anyway you know what I am trying to say :)

suebecks
suebecks

@BryanElliott thanks for emailing me the link to Seth Godin's inspirational video. Must revisit the Linchpin!

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