In this episode of Creatives Crushing Anxiety, I chat with Ashley Mason from Dash of Social. If you have anxiety around doing social media for your business then this episode is for you.
In this episode:
- How she became a social media manager.
- What she tells clients who want to be on all the social media platforms.
- The problem she sees with information overload.
- How she works with her clients to keep them accountable.
- How she balances a healthy mix of content in her social media.
- Her favorite social media platform.
- The changes she is expecting in social media this year.
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Social media consultant Ashley Mason went from being a blogger to a marketing expert who works with women entrepreneurs to create and execute social media strategies that attract their dream clients, amplify their online presence, and grow an engaged and loyal following.
Starting her business at just the age of 17, Ashley has done what it takes to successfully use her young age and experience of “growing up in the social media world” to apply strategies and tactics to her clients’ current marketing efforts that have doubled their Instagram followings, grown their email lists by 20%, and landed media gigs — all within one month of working with them.
Featured in renowned global brands like HuffPost, Thrive Global, and SWAAY Magazine, Ashley has continued to set the bar higher for herself by consistently expanding her business each month, sharing her experiences of being a young entrepreneur, and growing a community that encourages female business owners to realize that entrepreneurship really isn’t as scary as it seems.
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What is your favorite social media platform for your business or blog? What is your favorite platform for fun?
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