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Q&A with Massimo Didomenico, Co-Owner of Tansocial

Favorite quote: “Pain is temporary. It may last for a minute, or an hour, or a day, or even a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit however, it will last forever.” – Eric Thomas

Q: What is your business philosophy? There is no secret sauce or winning formula to the way I do business. I do business with one goal. That is to provide as much value to others as I possibly can. The blessings and deals will come to you if you solely do that one thing.

Q: Is social media critical for a business? Business leaders should be up to date with social media because it’s another source of credibility and social proof. In a sense branding yourself on social media is like your digital business card. But along with that you can now leverage your social media to make new connections and ultimately new deals.

Q: What do you recommend business owners look for in a social media and branding company? I recommend business owners to look into companies that can track results and ROI and when it comes to branding, to look at their past clients and how successful they are.

Q: What makes your business different from the many others? Our business differs from many others in the industry because we are results and ROI driven. We are not just some company that takes on anyone for a quick sale. We are very selective with who we want to work with because our systems dominate markets and in order to access this you have to be a good fit for the service. We guarantee results. In most cases, we won’t take your money unless we know we can get you at least 3x the ROI.

Q: What services do you offer? Our company mainly focuses on client acquisition systems through digital media. On the flip side, we are experts in personal branding and leveraging social media. We also offer workshops and training to our private clients.

Q: Tell us about your journey. When did you decide to be an entrepreneur? I decided I wanted to be an entrepreneur when I took control of my life and doubled down on myself. It was April of 2019, I was going to my 8 am and was absolutely miserable. I wasn’t learning anything in school and I was surrounded by small-minded people. At this point I was looking for businesses and side hustles I could start with all with the hopes that one day I would make enough money so I would be okay without college. I took interest in a business venture with a Rob Nagy, a buddy from high school. After hearing the idea the very next day, I dropped out of college to join a business venture with a couple buddies.

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What really pushed me to get into entrepreneurship is the idea of being the best version of myself and to be able to acquire the things I’ve always wanted for myself and those around me. I’ve always been the one to be attracted to problems and challenges with the mindset to not stop till I solve them.

Q: What words of wisdom do you have for other young entrepreneurs? My words of wisdom to other young and up-and-coming entrepreneurs is to find an opportunity in the marketplace to add value and to monetize it. It’s as simple as that. Business is the trade of value. And the idea of value and providing the most value as simple as it is, it’s the most important thing I’ve learned on my entrepreneurial journey. And you can start with simple things. I usually tell people to start off with the basics, what you love to do, what you are really good or skillful at, and what you have extensive knowledge in. Aside from developing a business the rest there is no advice for, the rest will be all failures and hard work until you are successful.

Q: What are you excited about in 20/20? I am most excited to take what i’velearned so far from my entrepreneurial journey and apply it to this year and crush my goals!

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