4 Quick Tips to Create a Buzz for Your Biz on Social Media

4 Quick Tips to Create a Buzz for Your Biz on Social Media

Written by Kim Tipton

Published on October 4, 2019

Social media sites are perfect for growing a community around your brand and leveraging for more sales in your business. This is also a great way to connect with your customers on a personal level. Many businesses use social media to communicate with their audience, this, in turn, builds trust and brand awareness.  Today we’re focusing on 4 quick tips to create buzz on social media with the founder of Purpose Driven Media, Christine St. Vil.


Here’s what you should know about Christine St. Vil

Christine St.Vil is a wife, homeschool mom of three, speaker, author, and blogger. She is relentless about helping women, particularly moms, take charge of their lives by learning how to FLY (First Love Yourself). Through her work with Moms ‘N Charge®, Purpose Driven Media™ (PDM) was created to teach entrepreneurs how to successfully leverage social media to grow their business and brand.

Through her transformational book (Whose Shoes Are You Wearing?) live courses, workshops and consulting, PDM walks you through discovering and defining your life purpose, as well as making sure your business message aligns with your purpose. Christine was an instructor in the Steve Harvey Act Like a Success Institute for 4 years & has been featured in numerous local and national TV and media outlets (including VOA, Fox 5, ABC 7, WHUR, Madame Noire, Huffington Post, Dr. Oz, Black Enterprise, Sirius XM, RollingOut, and Essence Magazine amongst others). She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Marymount University.


Christine’s Tips

  1. Giveaways
  2. Get SOCIAL 
  3. Be consistent 
  4. Find opportunities to learn & figure out what works for your brand

4 Quick Tips to Create a Buzz for Your Biz on Social Media


Giveaways are a great way to gain exposure, build your audience, and increase brand awareness. This is also an opportunity to collaborate with other brands and influencers. Hosting a giveaway builds excitement around your brand and ultimately leads to more sales and income in your business. The key is to make the entry as simple as possible. Don’t over-complicate the qualifications. The easier the better.



There is more to social media than just posting each day. You have to connect and communicate with your audience. Follow simular accounts and hashtags that related to your brand. Set aside time each day to respond to comments and engage with others who have similar interests. Engagement is the name of the game. Connect with others and build meaningful relationships.


Be consistent

Create content that speaks to pain points, gives tips, tools, and resources, and always give a call to action. The more you post the more your content is seen. Find a set schedule that works for you and stick to it. Use a scheduling app to automate your social post and save time.


Find opportunities to learn & figure out what works for your brand

Attend trainings, summits, and webinars that are designed to enhance your current skill. This is also a great place to connect with like-minded individuals. Take time to learn from others that are successful in your niche. Collaborate and connect with similar businesses.


For more information like this be sure to tune into Christine’s Social Scoop Summit this week!! 

Click here to register before it is gone! https://www.socialscoopsummit.com


For more topics like this and to connect with other entrepreneurs on the path of success join us like this January at TSP Game Plan. Visit https://trafficsalesandprofit.com for more information and to reserve your seat before they are gone.


Written by Kim Tipton

Published on October 4, 2019

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