During the process of building up my own blog, I’ve used Twitter every single day – in fact, I often say that without Twitter, my business wouldn’t exist. I think social media is an absolutely crucial aspect of marketing, and one that is particularly appropriate for small businesses as it can be really effective with very little cost.
I currently offer one-to-one coaching to help you get the best out of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn for business, as well as coaching on setting up your own blog, developing a content strategy and putting it into practice to achieve your business goals. For more information and to book one-to-one coaching sessions, click the Contact Me tab.
In addition to one-to-one coaching, I also run regular workshops on social media and blogging with Bath’s Martini Mum – for the full program, visit the Martini Mum website. If you’d like to discuss a bespoke workshop for your business and/or for your employees, click the Contact Me tab.
“The Twitter course Sal offered was excellent all round. Informative, practical and enjoyable also, Sal’s input was invaluable and we thoroughly recommend her Twitter tuition. Many thanks, Sal!”
“What a fantastic twitter training course! An amazing fountain of knowledge and advice. A lot more practice to be done but seeing improvements already! Thanks so much, it’s well worth it!”
“I have just enjoyed two Twitter coaching sessions provided by Sal. I have recently taken over responsibility for the social media aspect of my partner’s business and as a complete Twitter novice, I felt I was not full ready for this role. However, during my two 90 minute coaching sessions with Sal, I quickly grasped the concept and increased my understanding of Twitter and its potential benefit to our business.
Sal used some great visuals and also our own Twitter account to help me navigate around it with more speed whilst also picking up a multitude of tips and best practice ideas. I have already begun to implement what I have learned and am beginning to see the positive results.
Thanks Sal for all your help and we look forward to working with you again in the future.”