The Secrets To Social Media Marketing

Charlie Cook

Charlie Cook, the man who wrote The New Profit Rules, is back with the secrets to social media marketing. Charlie has assemble eight social media experts to teach you exactly how to leverage the power of social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook for make more money for your business.

So here’s how we developed this program. Recently I had a Tele-Seminar Event where I put each of these 8 experts on the “Hot-Seat” and had them reveal strategies, formulas, tips and tricks that their clients have paid large sums of money to discover.

Each one of these training sessions is about an hour long and you can listen to them in their entirety on MP3 for each of the eight training calls.

In addition to these eight MP3s you’ll also be getting eight transcripts of each interview so you’ll have all this information at your fingertips.

List of Speakers and Topics

  • Carrie Wilkerson – Where To Focus Your Social Media Marketing To Rapidly Expand Traffic and Profits
  • Jan Vermerien – The Quick and Easy LinkedIn Tactics For Building Your Online Network of Hot Contacts and Leads
  • Paul Dunay – How to Use Facebook to Attract New and Repeat Business and to Grow Their Annual Revenue
  • Jack Humphrey – The Fastest Way to Attract More Prospects to Your Business With Your Blog
  • Ryan Healy – How to Create a Killer Blog That Builds Credibility and Profits
  • Kyle Lacy – The Top Ways to Use Twitter to Dominate Your Market
  • Warren Whitlock – Advanced Twitter Marketing Strategies Guaranteed to Boost Business Revenue
  • Perry Lawrence – Video Marketing Made So Easy Anyone Can Do It

I’ve been listening to the MP3s for the past few days and so far, it’s been really good and extremely informative. I especially like the ideas Jack Humphrey presented for using a blog to attract prospects to your business. The video marketing module from Perry Lawrence was also very good.

Because everything is in MP3 format, you can load it into your iPhone/iPod and play it whenever you want. For me, it’s generally at the gym when I’m on the elliptical trainer. A PDF transcript is included for those who like to read. In addition to the main eight speakers, The Secrets To Social Media Marketing includes a bunch of free bonuses. There’s a 65 page eBook on how to profit from social media plus six other social media money-making resources.

Social media is one of the driving forces behind my marketing strategy. It’s also one of the most cost effective because it many case, it doesn’t cost anything. All boggers, Internet marketers and business people need to learn and use social media and The Secrets To Social Media Marketing is a good place to start. In addition to the free bonuses, Charlie is offering a $100 discount on his program. The Secrets To Social Media Marketing is also backed by a 100% Money-Back Guarantee. it’s worth checking out.

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48 thoughts on “The Secrets To Social Media Marketing”

  1. Ricardo says:

    Not so long ago the buzz word was SEO now it’s social media …next it is mobile marketing… My question is simple.. is it not better to be good at ONE thing master it and leverage it then add something else…

    1. That or have a team with members that have a variety of skill-sets to leverage the power of each ‘platform’ individually

      1. PPC Ian says:

        I agree with Profit Addiction. Also, I’ve found that once you master one channel, such as PPC, it’s far easier to learn the others.

        1. d3so says:

          This is what hinders me from success. When people keep pushing the next big thing I never get to implement what I’ve learned because here I am learning the next thing.

          1. PPC Ian says:

            In my opinion, I think you should completely master every aspect of blogging. I think you are definitely on your way to the big time and really seem to have what it takes. The recent enhancements to your blog show a lot of dedication and expertise in the field (I’ve definitely been learning a thing or two just by watching your enhancements). Moreover, the posts are always interesting. In short, I think you are getting close to becoming a master blogger.
            All the best,

          2. d3so says:

            Thanks Ian! Honestly, after awhile I lose the drive to keep going with my blog. I’ve been attempting to blog for close to 3 years now. Comments by you & others really inspire me and keep me moving forward. I know I’ll make it just as long as I have support.
            Thanks for your words of encouragement πŸ™‚

          3. I agree d3so. Just focus on mastering every aspect. With a little bit patience, you’ll be on your way to big time πŸ˜‰

          4. Salesfist says:

            persistence is key.

          5. Keep adding fresh things or posts and create your own style.

      2. Ricardo says:

        Most of the time people master one thing and might be able to leverage other platform after …. it is very to be overwhelm ..

    2. Exposed SEO says:

      you can be successful using either SEO or social media or a combination of both. it doesn’t hurt to throw out a few things, find out what’s working and then focus on that.

      1. Peter Jay says:

        Definitely! Why we must focus on one technique if we can apply of all? I do agree with you. Maybe we should go for another new way before it’s become more popular.. πŸ™‚

        1. Ricardo says:

          is it better to be good at one thing or average at everything? that’s the real question….

          1. d3so says:

            It’s better to take things one step @ a time. Be an expert at one thing then move on to the next.
            I’m average at everything and it’s getting me NOWHERE!

          2. Be the Good which is in trend …

            Read … read and read

          3. Indeed. Watching trends is also as important as becoming good at them. You gotta keep up πŸ™‚

          4. That is the main mantra of every success. Be update.

    3. This…Be good at one before moving on to the next thing. Once you have mastered social media, move to seo or vise versa.

  2. Hi John,

    I recognize some names there so I think it may indeed be good.

    But as you yourself have said, there are other more powerful ways of marketing so I’ll put my focus on the most potent one for now.


  3. Looking forward to this! will be great to learn it all.

  4. Addy Kho says:

    There are too many for us to digest at one time I think. I think best if one can concentrate on one strategy and move to another after mastering it.

    1. Or another better way is outsourcing.

      1. Yeah outsourcing can be extremely valuable πŸ™‚

        1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

          Outsourcing would be good, but in term of knowledge, you may not be able to learn the thing if you outsource it all the time. Unless you know the things very well but you don’t have time to do that, outsourcing would be good. πŸ˜‰

          1. Well you can not do everything yourself.

            If you want to get a software … will you outsource that one or learn every code yourself and than outsource ?

  5. Not sure if it’s just me, but i haven’t really heard of these people before…am i the only one?

    1. Yup I haven’t heard of them either. But then again, I haven’t been in the internet marketing scene for long.


      P.S. John, typo in post:

      “because it many case, it doesn’t cost anything.”

      1. d3so says:

        I too haven’t heard of these people. It doesn’t hurt to give it a shot. The content is convieniently on mp3 & pdf plus money back guarantee is offered if you aren’t satisfied.

        1. Count me in in the group of “never heard of them”, I had a quick look at the link and $197 is a very steep price for this “offer”. The other thing that bothered me was that, as soon as I opened the website, some audio/video played at me, making me leave immediately. If there is anything what I hate on the www than it is autoplay-anything, SY

          1. d3so says:

            I agree, I hate autoplays & autoloads of media.
            I’m thinking about ripping the course, anybody wanna join me? πŸ˜‰

          2. Ripping copyrighted content can get you in REAL trouble, especially if you announce your intentions so publicly. SY

          3. yeah, that instant video thing kills me too…i usually don’t return to those sites to be honest.

        2. lol…ok, so i’m not feeling too bad for being the only one

  6. BBB says:

    Very well said, its hard to find quality post now adays. I believe authors should have a keen understanding on every articles published. Thank you for sharing

    1. Lol, did you even bother to read the blog post? Perhaps commentators should also have a keen understanding of the articles they comment on? SY

  7. Sounds like a pretty interesting group of lectures. If John finds them helpful, they must be good right? I just don’t know how well I would do listening to those. I’m more of a visual learner. But it definitely looks like some helpful advice!

  8. mondex1 says:

    I agree with you BBB. They need to master what they are trying to share to their listeners. πŸ™‚

  9. psychicjim says:

    Hi everyone,

    I really enjoyed reading , and learning from, all the comments here, great advice and tips!

    So a BIG THANK YOU to all the active comments, your input is read, digested, and appreciated.

    thank you.

  10. Social Media used to be the new hot thing, now everybody is using it. I wonder when it will wear off.

    1. It already has, related semantic content is the next big thing, something what we add for free and fun to John’s blog with our comments, SY

  11. Facebook marketing is amazing. My blog was the #2 fastest growing WordPress blog yesterday πŸ˜€ All thanks to Facebook πŸ™‚

  12. If you use RSS feed on your facebook site then you can get mad traffic flowing in, and those traffic are usually your friends and thier freinds (depends on your privacy settings)

  13. So many seminars and so many classes.

    Now seems to me that every one is GURU and no one is student … lolllzz

    But he is impressive no doubt about this.

  14. essence says:

    try to provide people that they want instead of imposing your thing on them…i think this is the main thing.

  15. anxiety says:

    wow… nothing is better than this….. except for john blog off course πŸ™‚

  16. I have invested so much time and money in SEO that it is hard to think of anything else. However, I am ready for a change. The challenge is how to do it right. I have purchased a few Clickbank products explaining it but I think I am brain-dead. Thanks for the recommended reading.

  17. Same old crap being regurgitated by John Chow once again! Does this man ever NOT promote something to make himself a few dollars???

    1. I think you may be a little out of line here, don’t you think? The man is providing content and if you don’t like or don’t need that content than don’t use it. No one is making you do anything you don’t want.

      I would suggest you keep your eyes on the money your are making and stop looking and what others are making.

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