Branding the Idea is Easy

TWITTER: SÓ MAIS UMA REDE SOCIAL OU TALVEZ A MAIS ÚTIL E SIMPLES DE ...Being able to buy Twitter retweets has been a huge boon for my small business. From the ground up I have built a business model with almost no experience in the industry beyond the contacts that I had - friends and friends of friends who I've been able to depend on to provide the entertainment that is bought from me. With early fifty contacts that are strictly performers - poi, acrobatics, DJs and so on, I realized that I had something at my disposal that I could profit from while helping them find work in the same stroke.

Thus, Streetlight Prophet Promotions was born. With the goal of helping both my friends and myself find a measure of success, I began to build this idea from nothing but a Twitter and Facebook profiles which slowly expanded to incorporated LinkedIn and Tumblr. Establishing the profiles is the easy part and the one that so many people stall on. I know how it is; you get excited about a new idea and seek to make it real by creating the necessary profiles, branding it before someone else out there can steal your concept. I've been there again and again, trust me!

But it's not enough. I can't tell you how many defunct profiles that I have right now because I wasn't able to take the next step. Not out of of fear but out of simple inexperience - I didn't know what to do next! With Streetlight Prophet Promotions, I had a idea of what to do and even if that idea were to fail, there were several different methods that I would be able to utilize in order to get the word out. I started calling all the event marketers in town, the event directors and everyone I could get to listen to me; that's how I sold it. That's how we have the business that we do now, with the help of social media.

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I hope that they are not too expensive, but I am sure that if there were to be a significant accident, and my employees did not have the training, then the liability could be a lot more expensive than getting this training done. That is not a possibility that I want to face, so I want to get this done in the near future, before there is the chance for an accident to happen.

I am not sure exactly how many employees I will need to get this training for. I guess that is something that I should try to figure out soon though. I am going to have to talk to my managers and see how many of the employees actually use the access platforms for their work. I need to have everyone who uses the platforms at any point in their job to get this training, and I suppose I am going to have to pay for all of the training. I can't see trying to get the employees to pay for their own training, as I am pretty sure that would not go over well at all. I guess I need to call a couple of companies that provide this sort of training, to see what I can figure out.

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