SEE YEHUDIT STEINBERG DISCUSS FB MARKETING TRENDS 2018 LIVE ON BlogTalk RADIO

In this interview Yehudit Steinberg, just back from Social Media Marketing World 2018 in San Diego, the largest, most influential social marketing conference on the planet, will discuss hot trends to watch this year on Facebook marketing, and why no one should ignore Facebook.

Point Roberts, United States - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Discover Why FB LIVE Should Be Part Of Your Social Media Strategy

In this interview Yehudit Steinberg will talk about the hot trends in Facebook Marketing for Business in 2018 and why you should create a show on FB Live this year! Just back from Social Media Marketing World 2018 in San Diego, the largest and most influential social marketing conference on the planet, she will discuss hot trends to watch out for this year on Facebook marketing. No one marketing online today can ignore Facebook.

On March 15,2018, at Noon Eastern 9am Pacific Yehudit will discuss the current best practices for FaceBook marketing Check out the show LIVE by clicking here: LISTEN IN!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/duplicatemyself/2018/03/15/l-renee-is-on-the-airdiscussing-how-to-think-grow-love-and-live

Let’s hear what Latasha has to say about this upcoming interview:

L. Renee’ Chubb on Yehudit Steinberg

We all know that video is king in marketing! But…Did you know that on Facebook, Live Video has 6 times more engagement than a pre-recorded video? Live video is the best marketing conversion tool to date. When people are watching live video, they can tell if that person is right for them or not. Faking it is really hard when one is live.

Unfortunately, many people are still afraid of pushing the red button and being in front of the camera! Yehudit, a former radio show host, knows what it’s like to have a fear of the video camera. During the interview, she will tell all and provide a few tips for things anyone can implement IMMEDIATELY to start unleashing their powerful message to the world!,

Being terrified of the camera does not disqualify anyone! Yehudit says, “Anyone can overcome their fears and do great FB Live shows, once they realize how supportive people are of the person doing the show.”

Yehudit Steinberg is the owner of Think Grow Love Live Stream Productions based in the San Francisco Bay Area Ca. She produces and hosts a new live stream weekly show called Wise Women Go Live Talk Show and coaches, mentors and instructs women entrepreneurs, freelancers and creatives to unleash their power voices and share their brilliance with the world through Facebook live and their own talk shows.

Stay tuned as Yehudit has something very special to offer the show’s listeners.

L. Renee’ Chubb the mastermind behind this Radio show Duplicate Myself Now Radio is herself a published author, a well respected marketing coach, a master of LinkedIn Marketing and of course a provider of a wonderful service for all those involved in Internet Marketing, she can provide a virtual assistant who can do all those time consuming chores that can make the life of an online marketer a real challenge.

Be sure to check out her blog, of the same name http://DuplicateMyselfNow.com There you will see many of the services that she can offer for the online marketer.

Also if anyone would like a chance to appear on a show like this and that person has valuable information to share there is the opportunity there to indicate your interest in being on the show. Just look for the tab “Radio:

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Email: marysloane@topmarkmarketing.com
Organization: TopMark Marketing
Address: 423 Tyee Drive, Point Roberts, WA 98281, United States

For more information, please visit http://topmarkmarketing.com

Source: PressCable

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