New Media Strategies

March 10, 2011 by staff 

New Media Strategies, Social Media Trainer and CEO Brian Carter FanReach spoke to an audience of audiovisual integrators of the Conference of PSNI Annual SuperSummit in Dallas, Texas, on 25th February 2011.

“Brian PSNI chosen because of all those watching PSNI, he was the only social media trainer who could talk about real clients, and he helped the concrete results it has obtained for them,” said Garrison Wynn of Wynn solutions.

Carter trained PSNI member company owners, sales and marketing for three hours on the difference between businesses and consumers and businesses for corporate social media strategies, and fastest ways to get more leads and sales media social.

“Most Most strategies of social media there, and books today are geared toward the Fortune business-to-consumer 1000. The average activity B2B uses these approaches will lose a lot of time and money, “said Carter. “One of the PSNI has undertaken a sales guy who has won a contract to 6 digits using social media tactics that no other experts are talking about now.”

Included in Carter B2B social media marketing and sales presentation strategies were specific to LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Corporate Blogging. He also taught at six-step process of building relationships online that can be used on any platform of social media.

Brian Carter trains organizations of all sizes – from small businesses to Fortune 500 – on the spot with B2C and B2B Social Media Marketing and Sales keynotes and workshops, as well as its training products online. His training in marketing Facebook FanReach serves, 500 members. He doubled and tripled the revenue line of dozens of companies. Brian and his trainees have replicated this success in a variety of vertical markets including travel, hospitality, medical, legal, entertainment and retail.

A published author, Brian has been quoted in Twitter Marketing for Dummies and has been profiled and interviewed by Information Week, U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal and Entrepreneur magazine. Brian writes for the industry mega-blogs Search Engine Journal and

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