Does Europe use Social Media differently than the US?

In a hangout this week Meloney Hall invited me to talk about myself and more importantly about Social Media use in Switzerland and the rest of Europe. Watch this 30 minute recording of our chat or if you’re in a hurry just skip through the time marks below the video. 



[0:32] > About Sarah
[2:31] > How I started my business
[3:16] > Switzerland is 2 years behind !
[3:58] > Is it because our mentality is different?
[6:00] > A presence on Google+ will help your search results
[6:15] > In Switzerland we have 4 languages!
[7:50] > LinkedIn is popular in Switzerland
[10:18] > Europeans tend to comment less on blogs
[13:20] > What about Australia?
[16:22] > My resources & contacts within Switzerland
[19:25] > Upcoming FREE hanginar this Thursday, March 13th 
[20:55] > Your website is a key player your digital marketing strategy
[24:51] > Some pictures of Switzerland 🙂

Sarah Santacroce

Sarah is an internationally recognized LinkedIn Specialist & Online Presence Mentor who has personally coached, mentored and guided over 1,900 entrepreneurs. She helps them position themselves as experts on LinkedIn, shows them how to find & express their unique voice & stand out as thought leaders. As a result they find their tribe, get the recognition they deserve & a steady flow of clients – with ease & not sleaze. In addition to her LinkedIn expertise, Sarah is known for helping fellow introverts market their business authentically & anxiety-free, sell their services & make a difference. She’s also the host of the ‘Introvert Biz Growth’ podcast where she has conversations with introverts who have grown their business using their introverted super powers. She lives in beautiful Switzerland where she was born and raised, but considers herself an alternative thinking citizen of this world who’s on a mission to bring more kindness to business. When she’s not working she loves adventure & traveling (ask her about her alter ego in Sicily), yoga & nature walks or hanging out with her 3 boys (a husband and two teenage sons).

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