Social Media Marketing- The Evolving Power of Social Media Leadership

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The Core Energy of any Success and achievement.

And also the Core of any Social Media Success.

That is what  Social Media Leadership is about - an evolving Leadership that in a powerful manner, will redefine the web and social media in general n the future.


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Everyone knows that Leadership is comprised of many things.

But the definition of Social Media Leadership is critical to understand when you are looking at a culture and vehicle that has yet to fully develop and evolve as a mature entity. That is years away from happening.

What IS Social Media Leadership?

It is a Mobilizing Energy which mobilizes people- powered by Value, Influence and Directing them to new, more powerful possibilities - from online social networking efforts.

Bottom Line: Moving people to more powerful places and possibilities online.

Social Media Leadership requires the Leader to  create a magnetic energy filled with HOPE in their videos, podcasts, and writings - that will move people towards you and your products. You do this  by Influencing them with Unexpected Value for their life from your message  – and Directing to New, more powerful paths of results and Success for their own lives.

That is what social media is about-new worlds and new thinking.

That is also what Leadership is about.  Seeing new worlds of possibilities that others cannot, then leading them there - through a Value and Hope Driven path.

Are you doing that? Are you opening up doors of possibilities for folks and leading them through those doors?

Are you introducing - ”what could be”-  to people  that still live in “what used to be?”

You have a great chance to change a lot of lives through the power of Social Media Leadership.

Take the lead. Take the Initiative. Start something  New. End something old. Guide people to New Knowledge. Direct them to Powerful People. Embrace new thinking. Plan bigger networks. Engage more Value on the social sites. Reveal the little known to the many. Expose what most cannot believe to those who want to believe.

LEAD somewhere- anywhere. But lead to a powerful message and place – that will impact people powerfully and transition them to a new Hoe.

You be that Message. You be that value.

You be a Social Media GPS System- and guide people step by step, connection by connection, conversation by conversation, down a powerful path that will direct them to something larger than themselves.





With Social Media Leadership you can:

1 Lead folks to new ways of communicating, connecting, and interacting with people that even 4 years ago was not possible.

2 You can lead folks to powerful new teachings that others have posted, recorded, or archived that they never knew were available through blogs, articles, videos and podcasts.

3 You can connect with folks that you do not know that are looking for direction and solutions.  That is where you come in.

Either have a solution – or BE the solution.

4 You can cast a vision in social media about where you are going and invite people to go with you.

5 You can guide folks to new thought leaders in social media, like Chris Brogan, Brian Clark, Michelle Macphearson, Carrie Wilkerson, Robert Scoble, Scott Monty, Mari Smith, Shama Hyder, and many others.

6 You can empower and guide folks through the culture of social media and lead them to new ways of thinking, doing, and  creating the results they are looking for in their life with your message.

7 You can also establish yourself as a Social Media Leader by simply taking the lead in an area that no one is leading, (and there are many places to do that) and start communicating hope and your thoughts of Value to folks that are a part of your social media circle.

Social Media Leadership draws people towards your message and then leads them to more powerful results that are available but most do not know exist. You want to lead folks to a message that can improve, enlarge, expand, and enhance their life and business.

Social Media Leadership is about Grouping Up and building a leading a large group of folks to a place that only YOU can take them with your message and leadership.

Become a personal Social Media GPS System — and GUIDE folks to greater heights and results.

And that is one of the biggest secrets to Social media marketing. Lead- don’t just persuade.


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Doug Firebaugh
Doug Firebaugh is an in demand speaker, trainer, author, and successful entrepreneur that has, along with his wife Jodi, dedicated his life to helping people radically accelerate Success in their life. His training articles, blogs, and e-zines are read by more than one million people a month. He has helped over 10,000 people reach an annual income of more than $50,000 a year. His training products are shipped all over the world and he stays on the road every weekend teaching the Success Passion Message God has put in his heart. He is endorsed by Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, among many others and has shared the stage with a literal whose-who of the speaking industry, including Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, Mark Victor Hansen, Denis Waitley, Tommy Hopkins, Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, to name a few. A born again believer, Doug and Jodi give all the credit for any accomplishments to God. They live in Birmingham, Michigan.
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