Social Media Marketing 101 with Sarah Bugeja of Later
Sarah has spent her career constantly learning new skills—both on the job and off—to further her career. She also mastered learning when it’s time to move on to the next opportunity. Now she’s here to share her story and also her tips and tricks regarding all things social media.
Today, we sit down with Sarah Bugeja, the Vice President of Marketing with Later, the first all-in-one social media scheduler. She shares why she wanted to join Later, advice on affiliate programs, her tips for social media trends, and so much more.
“What kind of came with that was because we weren’t hiring roles as people would choose to leave, it also meant if you put your hand up and you wanted to do something, nobody was going to tell you no. And so I got a lot of experience and a lot of autonomy, very early on in my career, that I probably wouldn’t have gotten had I been anywhere else. And so I’m very grateful for that.” – Sarah Bugeja
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This week’s takeaways from Entreprenista:
- Sarah shares about her career journey (0:33)
- Sarah talks about knowing when it is time to move to a different company (10:37)
- Sarah discusses what made her want to join Later (13:51)
- Sarah explains how she decides what focus on (19:28)
- Sarah shares advice on affiliate programs (23:02)
- Sarah discusses the strategies that she brought to Later (28:49)
- Sarah talks about the social media trends that are working for businesses (34:17)
- Sarah shares what being an Entreprenista means to her (40:21)
Our Favorite Quotes:
- “I’ve always been someone, like, who’s a huge fan and an early adopter of a lot of things. And so I don’t really like waiting for the tipping point. And sometimes I’m wrong. Sometimes I’m right.” – Sarah Bugeja
- “I think it’s fair to say it’s [AI] not going anywhere. We’re still in the Wild West era, which is personally my favorite era of any era. I love when the laws haven’t caught up, the rules haven’t caught up, Google hasn’t caught up, it’s free. It’s a free-for-all, and everything is fair game right now.” – Sarah Bugeja
- “I think SEO can be really scary and intimidating. A lot of people know what it is, they know that it’s important, but they don’t know much more than that.” – Sarah Bugeja
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