Hey, Welcome!If you're coming to this page from Chris' podcast, #EntrepreneurHour you're in the right place!
Hey, I'm Kim!
I’m so happy you’re here and I’ve prepared some very special resources for you. On this page you’ll find all the resources we mentioned on the podcast episode as well as some bonus trainings + cheat sheets to get you started with social media.
I hope you get tons of value from them and make sure to reach out if you have any questions at all. Don’t be a stranger! I want to get to know you and your business.
Extra Tools & Resources
If you know me, you definitely know that I’m head-over-heels in love with this incredibly easy graphic design tool. Canva is simply amazing. You can create anything from gorgeous business cards to Facebook cover photos in just a few minutes.
Buffer has become my go-to tool for Twitter and Pinterest scheduling. But lately, they’ve really kicked it up a notch with amazing video scheduling across all platforms and a power scheduler so you can promote your content more than just once. With Buffer, you can schedule content on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+. I absolutely love this tool and will continue using it.
I just love these peeps. They offer a wide array of awesome stock images that are updated on a monthly basis and you can get them delivered to your inbox for free. You can also access their entire library for $4.99 per month. It’s beautiful!
My Latest Blogs & Video Tutorials
Engaging Post Ideas For Facebook Facebook is here to stay. Some of us love it, some of us hate it, but we all want to get more engagement on the platform. Sure, you’ve probably heard engagement on Facebook can be a huge thing for you business, you might have even seen...
Tiny Social Audiences Rock Small audience shame is a real thing. We've all had it at some point. You know, it's that feeling you get when you are first kick-starting your social media following and have a whopping follower count of... 6. And it feels like you are...
Create A Powerful Infographic In Minutes Do infographics intimidate you? Yeah, me too. The first (mini) infographic I designed was on Photoshop a few years back, and let me tell you, it was a struggle. But that all changed when I found Canva. It's been about a year...