Talk Thursday | This Week's Interview with Laneshia Lamb

This Week’s Interview: Talk Thursday with Laneshia Lamb

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It’s almost the end of the year. People and businesses are in full-swing for the holiday season. Have you developed your strategy for 2018? Now is the time to make plans for the new year. In this edition of the Talk Thursday Interview Series, author and writing mentor Laneshia Lamb shares her insight and tips for online success. Be sure to check out her book recommendations at the bottom of the post. Now, let’s get on with this week’s interview

Laneshia shares her advice and insight on how she uses social media. I met Laneshia through a popular Facebook Group for entrepreneurs – Brand, Build, and Launch with Arsha Jones. She has a great website and a sweet spirit. I’m sure you will find nuggets of interest in what she shares. You’re going to enjoy hearing her story.

This Week’s Interview – Laneshia Lamb

A2F: How has social media impacted your life – personally and professionally?
Laneshia: Social media is a way-maker, connecting people across the world. Because of it, I have been able to build relationships with people in other states and countries. Social media has removed boundaries, enabling me to form networks that would have once taken years and several flights.

A2F: What is your favorite social media network and why?
Laneshia: Facebook is my favorite social media network because it provides a balance between imagery and conversation. Although Instagram has evolved, and people are paying more attention to captions, the connections just feel a little more connected on Facebook.

Laneshia Lamb

Laneshia is committed to helping others live healthier, more connected lives. Her management experience taught her how to effectively lead.

A2F: Social media is a common platform to market businesses and services, what other ways are you using social media for your business, site or blog?
Laneshia: I use social media to showcase who I am. We live in a time where people buy people, and I’d like to think social media had a lot to do with that shift. Because of it, we have to show ourselves and our reliability so our true customer can find us.

A2F: Which social network have you been slow to adopt or use? Why have you been hesitant?
Laneshia: Snapchat is by far my least used app. I attribute this to the fact that everything is short-lived there. Here today and gone tomorrow. I am in the business of impacting lives for the long haul, so it really doesn’t appeal to me.

A2F: Thinking about blogging and/or social media, share one of your highlights or accomplishments? What made it special?
Laneshia: I was featured on the Single Wives Club website and amassed over 1,000 views in a matter of days. That was special to me because I was creating conversation, and that has always been my goal: to create conversation that moves the culture forward.

A2F: For those in blogging and business, what business or marketing major advice would you share with the Addicted to Fries readers?
Laneshia: The best advice I can offer is to remain consistent. If you’re going to do it, give it 100% every single day. That’s how you learn, that’s how you grow, and that’s definitely how you build a successful brand.

If you’re going to do it, give it 100% every single day.

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A2F: Which 3 books would your recommend for online business owners, marketing professionals or entrepreneurs, and why?
Laneshia: I recommend the following books…

  • Launch – a great book to read when you’re preparing to introduce new segments, products or services.
  • Soar – a great read for those in business, period. There are phases in business, and its important that we appreciate each of them. Instead of wishing for some moment in the future, commit to now.
  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad – as people, period, we have to be financially literate. Otherwise, we work hard to never see reward.

 

         

More about Laneshia:

Laneshia Lamb is an author, writing mentor, and Founder of Pretty Geeky Kids Club. She is committed to helping others live healthier, more connected lives. Her management experience taught her how to effectively lead. Since becoming a full-time business owner, she has used that knowledge to build her brand.

 

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This week’s interview features Laneshia Lamb an author, writing mentor, and Founder of Pretty Geeky Kids Club. She shares tips & advice on marketing your business with social media and success for entrepreneurs.

In conclusion, that’s it for this week’s interview. Thanks, Laneshia, for being part of the series. I loved your advice and passion. Consistency is a major key ? for success. I look forward to staying in touch and collaborating again in the future.

What do you think of this week’s interview? Do you agree with Laneshia’s advice? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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I'm a female who enjoys french fries and everything associated with them. I am a foodie, a carb lover and someone on a mission to lose the extra pounds. At the core of things, I am a storyteller. Professionally, I’m a marketer. I write about food, exercise, traveling and events. I am a daughter, sister, aunt and friend. Welcome to my life…one post at a time.

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  1. Carissa

    Absolutely!!! “If you’re going to do it, give it 100% every single day.” I don’t blog daily, however, I am working consistently every day on blogger things and it has paid off!

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  2. Stacie

    I have a snapchat but really never use it. I like social media but I also have a life so I don’t use any6 of it as much as some do.

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  3. Aija

    Great advice from Laneshia. I have been slow to incorporate Snapchat into my social media strategy as well. I kind of treat it as my one private account.

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  4. Tonia

    THats awesome that she likes Facebook. Some people are doing great with it. It’s one of my struggles. Thanks for sharing this interview. I’ll have to check out the book resources.

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