The old saying is that there are two topics to avoid at dinner parties: politics and religion. And social media marketers who don’t want to alienate potential clients or customers generally adhere to this tradition.

However, that’s not to say that someone marketing a business via social media can’t take a page or two from politicians who use social media. Whether or not one agrees with a certain political figure’s takes doesn’t mean that individual isn’t making good use of social media platforms. Here are three lessons social media marketers might take away from today’s social media politicians:

Play to Your Base

If one…


I have been experimenting with the keto diet for some time and had great results from it. One of the most common questions people ask me is, “How many carbs can you eat?”

Most books and keto practitioners will say 20 grams per day or a similar number. However, that isn’t always the right answer.

The keto diet is typically broken down so the amount of carbs that you eat per day is no more than 5% of your daily calories. So, if your daily calories are 2000 calories, the number of carbs you will eat per day is 25…


It’s certainly true that more and more businesses feel the need to develop a strong social media presence. However, running a successful digital marketing strategy takes a level of know-how. The problem a lot of brands get themselves in is failing to get the balance right on their digital channels. The following article will look at some reasons that self-promotion shouldn’t be your main focus on social media.

1. Create content your audience will love

One of the mistakes brands make is they think their social media page is all about their business. However, the key to success lies with creating content your audience will love and…


I am not a coder and I know very little coding. Yet, my company has created over 20 different software apps that have generated over 35,000 sales.

How is that possible? It’s pretty simple. I come up with ideas for useful software, hand my idea off to an outsourced developer, and they create the software for me. This whole process can take as little as a couple days.

Below, I am going to break the whole process down so you can follow along and have your own software made.

Step 1: Coming Up With Your Product Idea

This is by far the most important step in the process…

Kurt Chrisler

Husband, Father, Entrepreneur, Golf Addict — https://www.linkedin.com/in/kurtchrisler

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