Social Media Clients Past to Present
Over the years as our clients come and go, most of them have moved on because they see the importance and power of using Social Media for their businesses, and have taken the big step of hiring someone on staff to continue the work. Much to the chagrin of many, I see this as a “Graduation” of all I have taught them along the way. This includes insights, recommendations, teaching, reminding, nudging and more.
Recently a former client contacted me for some immediate Social Media help, in an area that was new to her. I was humbled that she wanted my help again, I enjoy working with her. Watching her business, and her confidence grow on Social Media has been very rewarding.
When the new services were complete she sent the following testimonial.
I have worked with Lanae from Social Networking Nanny off and on for the last few years and she is really exceptional. Not only is she an expert in helping small businesses and individuals become part of the sometimes intimidating social media world but she will try to work with you no matter your skill level or budget. As my business of being an attorney, motivational speaker and writer grew from local to more national opportunities like becoming a contributor for the HuffPost and occasional appearances on MSNBC, Al Jazeera America, Fox & Friends and The O’Reilly Factor, the Social Networking Nanny was there for advice and support. In addition Lanae is just one of the nicest people that you could hope to work with, she is attentive, patient and treated me like a million dollars. If you want to invest in getting into social media or improving your current social media engagement than I can think of no better person who will give you the balance of value and expertise than Lanae and Social Networking Nanny.
~Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq.
Clients may come and go, but don’t think that all are forever gone. Keep refining your own work, your craft, your knowledge in your expertise or field. You never know when former clients may come calling again…you’ll want to be prepared.