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099: Leveraging Your Social Media Presence with Bob McIntosh

Ep. 99

Bob is a national speaker and entrepreneur having spent over 3,000 hours on stages and helped more than 10,000 people across the US, he’s a #1 Amazon best selling author and has been personally responsible for helping thousands of entrepreneurs generate millions in profits. He has been featured on over 30 podcasts, is a founding member of the Forbes Real Estate Council providing direction and information in the real estate space for all of Forbes readers. He has been published on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, Yahoo News, Small Business trendsetters, The Money Show, The Miami Herald and Wall street select.


Connect with Rachel O'Rourke:

http://www.thebobmcintosh.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebobmcintosh

https://www.instagram.com/thebobmcintosh

https://www.facebook.com/TheBobMcIntosh/


On this episode:

Bob discusses how he came to live and breathe social media from his childhood dream of being a video game creator. After years in the real estate business, he learned social media marketing to help in that career.


Tweetable Quotes:

"Use the money you earn to buy cash producing assets, then you can use the money you get from those to buy your toys."


"Understanding who your audience is... is the most important part of social media marketing."


"If you can cross two different worlds and be the bridge between them, that is a skill that will always serve you."


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