Episode 54: 7 Lessons Learned Building To My First Million Followers on Social Media

Episode 54: 7 Lessons Learned Building To My First Million Followers on Social Media
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It’s a common notion that the more social media followers you have, the more successful your business will be. Having a large and engaged social media following leads to the opportunity to build more relationships, increased trust, and authority, which ultimately leads to more sales. But how do you grow your social media following? One thing for sure, to be successful on social media today, you have to quickly establish trust with your audience. Find out how an Indian boy with humble beginnings did it. Tune in to this episode as Sharran walks us through his realizations from gaining his first follower to building his massive social media tribe organically. 

“When organic reach drops, triple down!” 

– Sharran Srivatsaa

Timestamps:

00:00 What happens when you realize you now have a million followers

02:26 Discover Sharran’s 3 effective ways to grow your tribe 

06:40 Lesson #1 – Nothing is more important than daily stories 

10:46 Lesson #2 – What type of content performs 17x better vs. other content

14:46 Lesson #3 – Can you guess Sharran’s top performing content 

16:23 Lesson #4 – What can you learn from your worst performing content 

19:47 Lesson #5 – Why failures drive 3x more engagement 

21:46 Lesson #6 – How toposts perform well on email but not as great on social media

27:21 Lesson #7 – What can you do when organic reach drops 

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