There are many other combinations to assist with your social media presence online. I like to focus on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, because they are well established, high traffic platforms. However I can incorporate Pinterest, YouTube, and TikTok. Depending on your business, you may or may not need more than a couple platforms to achieve the desired goals. If you are not sure what to do, or where to start, I will guide you along in choosing the right platforms for your business. I am based in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan, and I would enjoy examining your needs over coffee downtown at The Brew, or one of our many other unique coffee shops. If you are not in the area, I can easily set up a Zoom meeting with you.
My Unique Trip To Cyberspace
In 1995, in a recording studio in Northern Michigan, tracks were being laid down for what would become the world’s first album of music for dressage. This ancient sport of kings had gained a following that looked to a modern way of displaying this highest level of equestrian training. These ancient battle movements now had music as a part of the dressage “tests”. This new element of freestyle dressage caught on and enthusiasts worked hard on combining different songs to match the choreography. As good as they were, they always came up short of being great performances. Original music had to be written to match the choreography for each particular ride. So after composing the new music for each of the varying levels of freestyles, I had riders perform them. The result was award winning freestyles and the world’s first album of “Music for Dressage”. To promote the album, a decision was made to use the internet. Back then there were just a little over 20,000 websites on the entire internet. I worked with a small team to design a website and offer this for sale online. Also, PayPal wasn’t around yet, so I had a local bank come on board which allowed me to accept credit cards out of my home office. This was the ‘on ramp’ that launched me on this fascinating new information superhighway called the internet.
Let me show you how easy it is to get your business up to speed. No “geek talk” here, just an understandable, common sense approach, to this new way of advertising.