Ian Anderson Gray | Best Social Media Management Tools 2016
If I ask you what’s the relation between a Singing career and Social Media Tools, you probably think I am kinda crazy or not logical at all. Well, our guest today has turned his professional singing career to become a speaker on the main stages of the Social Media industry, including Social Media World in the USA and New Media Europe in UK, and more.
Curious how it happened? You have to listen further.
Our guest today is Ian Anderson Gray, founder of social media tools blog, Seriously Social and co-founder of web agency Select Performers. He's a consultant, speaker, web developer, teacher, and trained as a professional singer. He lives near Manchester, UK. I met Ian in 2015 when he spoke at the New Media Europe conference. Since then, we became great friends, as he is such a wonderful business buddy and brother in Christ.
Now, let’s chat with Ian and figure out what happened to his singing career.
Key Lessons From This Episode:
- How Ian turned his Singing career to become a Speaker as a Social Media Tool Expert (God wastes nothing in your journey.)
- How to choose the right social media management tools for your business.
- Top 5 Social Media Management tools Ian recommends.
- Main Benefits of Facebook Live for Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs
Important Links & Mentions in this episode:
- Ian's website
- Ian’s famous FB Live OBS course, which was featured in Mari Smith’s newsletter
- Ian's Top 5 Social Media Tools
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