Charlotte, NC – Social media has become an integral part of modern life, bringing people from all over the globe together in various social ponds. From Instagram to Facebook, marketing consultants have gravitated to these powerful tools in order to boost their client’s profile. The power of these platforms is ubiquitous, but not everyone has achieved the same level of success with Instagram and Facebook. Respected marketing professional Season Bennett, is a former “girl who codes” and has found a home on Instagram, making six-figures developing consulting strategies for high profile clients. Her free, custom, hashtag generator (6figurehashtags.com) has made her a well-known figure in social media. Bennett has been a believer in giving back and sharing the wealth. Not only has she developed awareness campaigns like Barbers Understanding Autism #BUA, Season is developing programs to instruct others on how to make a living at home, as a social media manager.
“I have a Masters Degree in Software Development and more than 18 years of experience in Corporate Technology,” says Bennett. “Programming and technology come easily for me. Our lives have become better because of technology. I love combining technology with marketing and creating custom tools that work for my clients across multiple industries. My clients range from super technical to not technical at all—but they all benefit from my programs.”
Bennett was a VP at a Fortune 500 company. There she developed a much sought after skill set for creating systems, automation and reporting. She used these to create unstoppable sales funnels for her business. Having mastered the process, Season decided to cut the cord and work for herself. For the last few years, Season has worked to develop hot hashtags and raise her client’s profiles exponentially. Today, Season is giving back to others by sharing the knowledge from her new social media marketing program.
“I know you can make a good living online, as a social media manager,” says Bennett. “I’ve done it, and I can show others how to do it. When we share knowledge and information with others we grow businesses, grow jobs, and grow self-sufficiency. I have achieved personal success, and now I want to help others learn how to network, how to develop a business plan, and how to grow customers. That’s where my heart is right now.”
Bennett is no stranger to networking and the importance of memberships. Currently, she is a member of the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment, the Internet Marketing Association, and Social Media CLT. The social media maven has been featured on several Charlotte area news programs and has won the 2017 Community Resource Award from The Premier Foundation. Her professional resume is profound and something she lends to organizations like the Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, Volunteer 2 Serve N Give, The Salvation Army Women and Children’s Shelter, the Men’s Shelter and her own organization, Charlotte Barbers Care.
Company Name: The Social Barber
Contact Person: Season Bennett
Country: United States