wanitafourieabeseriesWhat are the frequently asked questions on social media? What do small business owners ask a social media strategist? Next in our series is Wanita Fourie to answer your social media burning questions.

Wanita is a social media strategist, speaker, presenter and the CEO of The Online Academy Ltd. Recognised by World Wide Who’s Who for dedication to leadership and excellence in learning and development, social media and digital marketing and change facilitation, she has a passion for taking the complicated and making it easy to understand using real world examples. She was on the Marketing Standards Generating Body (SGB) in South Africa who wrote the Marketing and Contact Center Qualifications.

She has spoken and trained people from all over the globe and has been invited to teach and speak in Chiang Mai, Australia, Koh Samui, America.

Wanita works with clients across 5 Continents where she takes an holistic approach to their business. Whether the client is just starting out in the world of online or whether they are already well into it, the tools, coaching, training and mind-set strategies she uses, enables the business to make positive changes and ultimately transform their online channels.

She currently runs 2 successful social media marketing and digital marketing businesses, is a Member of National Speakers Association New Zealand and supports her favourite charities, Project Jonah, Barnardos and Sustainable Cambodia. She is also a Rotarian and a Mentor for Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development (ATEED).

She is organising this year’s Social Media Conference on September 18, 2015 to be held at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland.

Ask your burning questions at the comments section below.

The Interview

Here are some of the questions we tackled in this episode:

  1. What social channel would you recommend for small businesses to start with, especially those who don’t have any social presence on the web? Should everyone have a Facebook page?
  2. How often would you recommend businesses to post on their Facebook page? How about best practices for other social networks?
  3. What’s the point of joining a social media group?
  4. Does Facebook advertising work? How about “boosting” a post?

 

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