In the past several years, social media has become a powerful tool in successfully handling any business, but a lot of people still have to find their way in mastering the skills required to promote themselves on these platforms.
Sharing your story gets a potential client to know, like, and trust you, but sometimes it’s hard to show up and be comfortable and confident with who you are, in the eyes of the world.
On today’s episode, Megan shows us the importance of using social media for our business and gives us tips on how we can start engaging with our potential clients, through our posts.
Megan Anderson is a marketing and social media guru at MBS Highway – a platform for loan officers, that helps them articulate the financial market, create relationships, and close deals. Before working in the mortgage industry, Megan trained people online, for bodybuilding shows. This helped her see the power of promoting through social media and she noticed a general need for people to develop in this area, so her goal, now, is to teach individuals how to use the online resources at hand.
So, listen to Episode 24 of Deposit That, to learn how to master this powerful tool and get in line with those who are already experts.
Questions I ask:
- Talk about the transition from the fitness world until where you are today. (01:22)
- What is MBS Highway? (06:31)
- Where would you say is the most challenging aspect of your business? (09:37)
- How did you get into writing poems? (13:29)
- What have you learned in the mortgage business so far in the past four years of doing what you’re doing? Do you think that there’s a future for it? Do you think that has to change? Do you think that people are going to change? (22:43)
- Why do you think it’s so hard for people to actually share their personal stories? (27:55)
In this episode, you will learn:
- Why social media is needed in today’s business world. (07:55)
- How somebody can balance their insecurities. (12:04)
- Megan’s advice for people who want to get their story out. (28:08)
- Megan’s morning and daily routine. (30:46)
- Megan’s Deposit That Advice. (34:22)
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