Tag: social media
002 Social Media Challenge: Introduce Yourself
by Josh Withers | Sep 25, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 0 |
Every month you should re-introduce yourself to your social media audience. I think you’d be surprised how many don’t really know you for the real “you”, and those that do, could probably do with a brand re-alignment.Read More
003 Social Media Challenge: Carrot Cake
by Josh Withers | Sep 29, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 1 |
Today’s challenge is to find something boring (like a carrot) yet necessary (like vegetables are for your diet) in your businessRead More
005 Social Media Challenge: Let’s get podcasting
by Josh Withers | Oct 6, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 0 |
Podcasts are so much more powerful than most people imagine. My little podcast, [The Rebel’s Guide to Getting Married], has maybe…Read More
008 Social Media Challenge: Beat your own drum and testify
by Josh Withers | Oct 18, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 0 |
If someone speaks well of you, you’ve got to remember that, embed it deep into your soul, and know that you’re good at this.
And once you’ve done that you need to share that testimony
There’s a whole philosophy behind referrals and testimonies, but I’m not sharing them today, because I’m not a psychologist; I’m just a boy, standing in front a celebrant, asking them to testify! Testimonies about how you are good at what you do, and you do it in a certain way that makes a certain kind of person happy.Read More
020 Social Media Challenge: Josh’s Wheeeeeelllll of Content
by Josh Withers | Dec 7, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 0 |
Today you get a rare and direct peek into my brain. This next diagram explains how I think about content.Read More
How to be your own publicist
by Josh Withers | Aug 2, 2020 | Marketing and Social Media | 2 |
A solid foundation of my business success as a celebrant has lay in the realm of good publicity. Good publicity can’t make a filling business profitable, or an unskilled celebrant, talented, but if you’re already rocking a good business operating system, and your ceremonies are resonating with people and getting good reviews, publicity is the cream on top that helps more couples find you, and book you. In this article I wanted to lay out a few tools that I have used in the past, and continue to use today, to “get my name out there” but in a very deliberate and meaningful way.Read More
What does Instagram Reels’ launch mean for the wedding industry?
by Josh Withers | Aug 4, 2020 | Marketing and Social Media | 0 |
Instagram’s latest feature ‘Reels’ is in addition to it’s existing product suite of regular Instagram news feed posts, Stories, and IGTV. This is a deep dive into how celebrants and people in the wedding industry can take advantage of Instagram Reels.Read More
011 Social Media Challenge: A day in the life of …
by Josh Withers | Nov 1, 2020 | Social Media Content Challenge | 0 |
One of my favourite uses of Instagram’s Story feature is to document the behind the scenes of what I’m doing. I see a number of benefits to the occasional behind the scenes personal documentary.Read More
Posting pro photos on social media etiquette
by Josh Withers | Apr 30, 2019 | The Business of Celebrancy | 1 |
Mark asks, I was hoping you could explain the etiquette for posting photos on your Website, Facebook and Instagram account when supplied by a professional photographer please.Read More
Would you follow you?
by Josh Withers | Jun 3, 2019 | Marketing and Social Media | 0 |
Would you follow yourself on social media? If you saw that a friend of yours commented on one of your posts so it floated up to your news feed, and you clicked through to your profile, would you follow it?Read More
Please put the (sales) gun down!
by Josh Withers | Dec 7, 2019 | Marketing and Social Media | 1 |
A quick Saturday morning flick through the social media feeds showed me six celebrants doing a bad thing on social media.
They’re not breaking the law, and in their minds they’re not doing a bad or evil thing. Many people would see the same thing I did and think it’s perfectly fine.
But my advice would be to stop.Read More