Connect with Romona to schedule Social Media Speaking engagements and Group or One-on-One Workshops or Seminars ➡

WORKSHOP – HOW TO MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA

How to Manage Social Media: Dedicating 60 Minutes a Day (or Less)!

Social media when used correctly, can benefit your business greatly (and it only takes 60 minutes per day — or less).

In this workshop, we will demonstrate the best practices for utilizing social media platforms including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter — and we’ll talk about tools that will help you manage your social media more effectively! Register Now!

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INTERVIEW – CREATIVE COLONY

Members Feature: Romona Foster

I was featured on Creative Colony’s members’ blog. Check out the interview below.

Tell us a little about yourself.

I am a social media trainer and consultant specializing in teaching small business owners how to brand themselves through their online presence.

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THE INAUGURAL CODE(HER) CONFERENCE

 

I’m grateful to have been mentioned in this piece by Sarah Jedrey!

September 13 was just amazing. The whole weekend was dense with events and what seems to be the Real Arrival of Fall, complete with a drizzly, cool, gray weather pattern outside the Microsoft office in Chevy Chase. Inside, it was alive with a sea of excited tech folks and DC Web Women’s chosen neon-green color scheme. It was like they knew how the weather would be and were combating it with design …

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INTERVIEW – ATLANTA BLACKSTAR BLERDS

 

I was so excited when Atlanta Black Star contacted me for an interview. Atlanta Black Star publishes empowering narratives for all people of African descent. I was featured in their Black Nerds (BLERDS) column. (Apologies in advance for the grammar. I attempted to have the errors corrected, but they said they couldn’t make changes once published.

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INTERVIEW – I AM LA BRAND MEDIA

Brands that AM: Romona Foster

A little quote from this interview:

Brands that AM are personal picks of individuals and entrepreneurs who stand out in their industry or communities. These brands get it right by consistently and authentically delivering great content, products, and services that we are all better off knowing more about.

Romona Foster is the owner and social media trainer of Admin Tech Consulting, where she provides social media training (Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter), consultations, social media management, and teaches the best practices of email marketing to small businesses, nonprofits and individuals.

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SOCIAL MEDIA TRAINING AT THE MICROSOFT STORE

We had so much fun at this email marketing seminar at the Microsoft Store in Arlington, Virginia. I met a lot of new people who I have kept in contact with over the years. One of the most exciting moments was when my photographer showed up without warning and blessed me with this AMAZING video. Thanks, Moyé!

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4 TIPS ON HOW TO USE PINTEREST AS A MARKETING CONSULTANT

This is an article in which I along with three other Marketing Consultants were mentioned. Below you will find 4 examples of how we (Constant Contact Solution Providers) use Pinterest to our advantage:

There are so many social media platforms out there today and everyone has a different opinion about which platform is best for your business.

As a marketing consultant, you probably dabble in all of the big social media sites for your clients but, which ones do you use for yourself?

Pinterest might be one of them.

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INTERVIEW – SOLUTION PROVIDER THEN & NOW

Watch below as Kristen Curtiss speaks to two of Constant Contact Solution Providers, Craig Yaris of Social Ribbit, Michael Neuendorff of Speak Well and Sell and Romona Foster of Social Media How To’s with Romona (formerly Admin Tech Consulting). They tell Kristen about their Small Business experiences as well as Small Business Week 2013!

 

 

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INTERVIEW – THE STORY EXCHANGE

One of the very first interviews that I did was with The Story Exchange, a nonprofit dedicated to telling stories of women business owners. They showcase entrepreneurial women around the world who are contributing to their communities.

How do you define success?

Success to me is being able to do what you are passionate about – and not just get paid to do it – but also being able to make a living doing it.

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