4 Reasons You Should Link Your Twitter Account to Your Small Business’s Fan Page
Social media is exploding and there are many platforms which people are on and small businesses should at least be on a few of them. However, it can get tedious to be posting to 3 or 4 of them everyday. There are ways, in the options, to link Twitter and Facebook together, so that you only have to post on one of them and it will get sent automatically to the other. I’ve heard many people talk about going this route. However, this is not the best way to utilize social media. Let me explain why.Facebook Contests Require Consistency and Patience
Facebook contests are a great way to draw people to your Facebook fan page to get more likes. People love free stuff, so it makes sense that they will go to your page for it. However, just because you are running a Facebook contest doesn’t mean that you will get many people to the contest. There are many ways to draw people into the contest, but the keys to surviving it are consistency in the posting and patience.Twitter Doesn’t Help Bring in Much for Small Businesses, Survey Tells
The survey is an eye opener regarding how small businesses perceive social networking. Facebook has apparently proven its superiority while Twitter still needs to improve.7 Things Every Business Owner Should Remember When Setting Up Social Media
When you start setting up new social media accounts for your business, there is a lot more to it than just filling in a few different forms and clicking “Join.” There are many factors that entrepreneurs overlook when they start creating their social media business pages and profiles.Have You Made Any of These 5 Social Media Mistakes?
Social media is something that all businesses need in order to grow. When you get started, it can take a lot of time and effort to get things rolling. So you do a little research, sign up for a few accounts and add a little content, but haven’t seen any results.