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Get social media confident in just one hour. Find out how.
7 February 2022
Lynda Pepper sits smiling at a table with her laptop open and a good strong cup of tea at her side.
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You want to grow your business on social media, but can’t keep up with all the platform changes.

You know there’s a quicker way of doing things – but spending hours on Google looking for answers is just a waste of time.

Sound familiar?

I speak to lots of busy business owners just like you, who recognise the power of social media but need a helping hand to get the best out of it.

It’s my job to keep up with the constant updates and hunt down what’s working this week, so that you don’t have to.

Instead, I can share them with you during a dedicated power hour where I’ll answer your questions, unpick your problems and show you how to drive your business forward.

In this blog, I explain what a power hour is, what to expect and whether it’s right for you. Let’s get started…

What is a power hour?

A power hour is an hour of time dedicated to solving your social media problems or answering your questions about a specific platform or feature.

Perhaps you’re struggling to come up with post ideas for Facebook, or you want to grow your engagement on Instagram. Maybe you don’t understand how hashtags work or can’t decide which platforms you should focus on.

A power hour with a social media marketing expert like me will give you all the answers you’re looking for, so that you can move forward with confidence.

How should I prepare for a power hour?

You don’t need to prepare a thing. Before your power hour takes place, I’ll ask you to let me know what you’re struggling with and what you’d like to achieve during our time together.

This is important, because it means I come armed with all the information you need and you know you’ll go away having achieved your goal.

How does it work?

Book your Power Hour here , where you can choose a time that’s best for you.

Once booked, you’ll receive a Zoom link for the session.

During the call I’ll share my screen and we’ll look at your platforms if appropriate. I’ll answer your questions and share my professional insights to make your life on social easier.

After the call I’ll send you a recording of the call to refer back to, so you don’t have to worry about remembering every detail of an hours conversation!

How do I know it’s right for me?

You can book a free 10-minute consultation before the power hour. This will give you all the confidence you need to proceed.

Can other people join the call?

Yes. I charge an extra £50 per person.

Can’t I find the same information elsewhere for free?

Possibly, yes. But I imagine you’ve already spent a lot of time googling your questions only to end up more confused than before.

There’s a lot of great free social advice available online. The trick is knowing which to follow and which to ignore. The platforms change so quickly these days that what worked six months ago might not work now.

The big question is, do you have hours to spare to sift through endless blogs and YouTube videos?

When you book a session with a social media professional, you can get the answers to your specific questions quickly and easily. You can also ask follow-up questions. You can’t do that with an internet article!

A power hour will save you an enormous amount of time and, as we know, time is money.

What if I need more than an hour?

Depending on your business goals you might need more than one hour. If you need help to create and implement a social strategy for example, rather than say, a lesson on how to use Pinterest.

If that’s the case you might be interested in my nurture package which includes 6-hours of one-to-one help and can be taken over a six month period.

How much does it cost?

I charge £99 for a power hour and £500 for a nurture package.

My fee is in line with industry standards, but if you shop around you might find a power hour which is cheaper, or more expensive.

Ready to book and put those annoying social media problems behind you? Book your power hour here

Still got questions? Drop me an email here –

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