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How To Build A Massive Social Media Following With Lewis Howes


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Lewis Howes is NY Times Bestselling author, entrepreneur, and former professional Arena League football player. He hosts The School of Greatness, a talk show distributed as a podcast. Learn and hear the stories from various successful people around the world, become inspired, motivated and educated with the SCHOOL OF GREATNESS. lewishowes.com/book

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6 Comments

  1. I love the tips that you gave… They all were in sync. They helped me to realize that in order to build a massive following and anything you do you have to truly be passionate about it and the whole fake it until you make it thing doesn’t really apply

  2. Great content (as always 😉 )! For me one of the best examples is Tim Ferriss. He provides us with the solutions do problems he used to have, whether that’s business automatization or focusing on the most effective kind of working out. That is exactly how I chose my 2 groups of target audience: women around 30 who never seem to have enough tme, but want to develop and grow (like present me) & girls around 20 years old who struggle with selfdoubt, selfesteem, they instinctively know they have potential, but aren’t sure what to do with it (like past me). Basically I’m creating content that “past me” could use a decade ago and present me can’t find, so decided to solve the problems herself. 😉 Thanks for the tips, Lewis! 🙂

  3. I’m in a really exciting time of my life – recently turned 30, have a small local / online business I’ve built since 23.. most importantly, I’ve finally set out on my TRUE passion which is a music performance and songwriting career (I’ve studied music all my life but never “gone after it”). So, I’m drawing on my mix of business and music experience, working on a multiplatform approach to build attention to my music *as I develop* my artistic identity and style that people can vibe with.. I’ve gradually built my own central website and email list, blog articles for organic traffic, Twitter posts and activity, YouTube vids and commenting, Instagram hashtags, SoundCloud networking, and Facebook posts… I want to grow a tribe that enjoys following along the journey with me!
    I could do a better “mix” or balance and I’m trying to follow Gary Vee’s advice of “Don’t go fancy – document, don’t just create – publish 10 pieces of content per day across channels” and I’m experiencing some results that gradually snowball. Plus, it’s fun to make all this content. So my main thing is just “DO IT! then DO IT MORE!” Thanks Lewis for your amazing shows!

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