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ZVAF 047: Kim Walsh – Phillips – The Facebook Ad & Virtual Assistant Pro

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Award-winning Speaker, Author, Strategist and CEO of IO Creative Group, a direct-response social media agency. Kim has worked with successful direct-response powerhouses such as Dan Kennedy, GKIC Insider’s Circle, Ron LeGrand and big brands such as Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Sandler Training and Hilton Hotels, to increase help their revenue through direct-response marketing.

Kim is the co-author of the upcoming book with Dan Kennedy, The No BS Guide to Direct Response Social Media Marketing.

Kim stops by ZVAF Podcast to teach us how to use Facebook correctly and actually gives Joel a FREE lesson LIVE!

Check it out and learn what Joel did!

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Favorite VA Tools?

“We use BaseCamp & DropBox most of all…”

 

Tips for working with VA’s?

“Be clear on details, ask questions to make sure your VA’s are clear on tasks, set VERY specific assignments, and use video screen capture.  We love JING!”

 

What advice do you wish you could have given yourself at the beginning of your journey?

“Move to bigger market sooner! Give myself a hug it’s going to be ok :)…”

 

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Podcast: Facebook Sales Strategies w/ Kim!

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@KWalshPhillips

http://www.kimwalshphillips.com/

Iocreativegroup.com

 

 

 

 

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      I find if I sit for just 10 mins and meditate – AS SOON AS I WAKE UP – I have a clear vision of what I should accomplish that day, or what I should write about. Do this before you do anything else. And whatever you do, DO NOT CHECK EMAILS FIRST THING IN THE MORNING! Wake up, mediate, think about your writing, and start writing… no phone, no email, nothing. Use the quiet time to get your thoughts down.

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