Consultant to Cases for Social Media

Sam is a 28 year old male who is employed as a blue-collar worker in the construction industry. Sam attended some college but never completed his liberal arts education. He has always been intrigued with writing fiction and would like to pursue his writing through social media. He wants to start off small because he has limited financial resources, and wants to take incremental steps in the use of social media. He is very much a one-step-at-a-time kind of guy. His long-range goal is to have a strong following on social media so when he ultimately publishes his books, he will have the beginning of a market for his works and be able to ask some of his followers to write book reviews to promote his work.Imagine that you are a new social media marketing consultant and have agreed to help your case-study client with their social media marketing needs. Review the case descriptions for details to address in your discussion post. You may need further information to better address the needs of your client. You might ask your DA \”Social media marketing for bloggers\” or \”Social media marketing for local businesses\” to retrieve further support depending on which case study you choose. When you have the resources to represent your client well, complete your initial discussion post.•Briefly describe the client you are representing in this case study and their goals for social media marketing.•Describe the recommendations you are making for your client to achieve their goals. ◾Post your action step recommendations in the order you would implement them.◾Be explicit about the reasons for recommending these action steps. Tie the action steps in to the details of the case study so the recommendations are personalized for this client and not just general recommendations.◾Be sure to include relevant psychological principles to the social media marketing action steps. You want to demonstrate your background in psychology as a basis for your recommendations.◾Include in-text citations to your supportive research to demonstrate that your recommendations are not just your opinions but have scholarly or reliable Web-based support for use by your client.