This interview with Phyllis Khare, keynote speaker and author of Social Media Marketing eLearning Kit For Dummies and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies is the sixth in an ongoing series of interviews with professionals who are doing amazing things with social media.
I am very honored to have the opportunity to interview Phyllis Khare. Phyllis is an educator, author and former musician who offers great advice about Internet Marketing.
I hope you enjoy this interview with Phyllis Khare, keynote speaker, educator, and author of Social Media Marketing eLearning Kit For Dummies and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies with Andrea Vahl and Amy Porterfield.
Podcast interview with Phyllis Khare
My podcast interview with Phyllis clocks in at a whopping 30+ minutes – our longest podcast to date. During our interview, we cover the following topics: Internet Marketing, Facebook vs Google+ – which is better, writing a book, and much more.
Here are just some of the questions we asked Phyllis Khare:
- Three recommendations for businesses looking to sell on Facebook
- Building a fanbase: buying Facebook fans vs. buying Facebook Ads to buy fans
- Her favorite social network (hint: it’s not Facebook)
- Thoughts on the new Facebook news feed
- The importance of having your “Googleness” in order as a local business
- What it’s like to work with Andrea Vahl and Amy Porterfield
- And more…
If you have thirty minutes to spare, it’s a great interview with Phyllis. If you don’t, be sure to download the interview at the bottom of this post for listening later on.
Here’s a sample question that we asked Phyllis Khare along with her response.
Christian Karasiewicz: Facebook is moving towards a “mobile first” approach. How do you feel about this and are there too many changes for users to adapt to?
Phyllis Khare: That’s a very interesting question. I think Facebook is trying to capture that younger demographic with Facebook Home, they’re moving to Instagram and other messaging systems. They’re trying to design something that is very fluid on a mobile phone that fits their lifestyle. Also, the boomers have moved in to Facebook and that makes the younger demographic a little uncomfortable. So I think it’s a way to remedy the situation and yes, people adapt, but there are a lot of people on G+ saying…
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