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How Did You Get Involved in Social Media

Yesterday I was asked how I became involved with social media. Here’s my reply…

I am a novice in this world. I am a grandmother of 5 and I don’t want to be left in the dust.

So I am learning and I’m making a lot of mistakes BUT I’m also making some forward progress. Like I’m still learning when to hit the return key and when to let a paragraph just run on so as to not create two separate posts.

Two years ago I wrote a book which became a #1 best seller not because it was brilliantly written, but because I understand traditional marketing. I found traditional marketing would only take book sales so far. I needed to learn about Social Media.

Now I find if I want to keep growing and offering my very best to my clients, I needed to jump right into the “new way of marketing”. It’s fabulous. Challenging; you bet! But it’s great how this works!

I write a blog: it was just a few short weeks ago that I learned from savvy Debra Jason to use the marciaok. (dot) not the marciaok@ (at sign) when directing folks to my blog. Otherwise, they get sent to an email screen.

See it’s a big learning curve for me, but I’m Up For The Challenge!! See you at the top!!

How did you get involved??

Marcia Reece is the #1 Bestselling author of Secrets of the Marriage Mouse and The Ultimate Online Media Directory. She serves as the founder of Aspen Support Group. Her latest book is available on her website at or on

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Sharing is Caring

Some people give up because they look at how far they have to go, instead of how far they have come. This sentiment describes my journey to try to become proficient on social media.

Just about the time I want to give up because of frustration, I look at how much I have learned and keep on keeping on.

Today I had the privilege to learn from Keith Renninston. He is gracious, giving, sharing, and caring…What more could any of us ask?

Keith has a broad reaching body of work. He was struggling as to how to build the entire body into “his brand”. We brainstormed several different approaches and I saw his light bulb come on.

What a joyous day! We came together each needing something that comes more naturally to the other. Our sharing atmosphere brought good progress for each of us.

That’s how I like life best. Thank you, Keith.

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