If you’re not leveraging social media, you are missing the boat. Even if you believe your prospect base doesn’t use social media much, there is still significant business value in maintaining a presence on the main social sites. People talk. If you are posting and engaging regularly, then individuals who do use social media will think about you and talk about you to those who don’t. It’s still an excellent way to get your message out, and an important way to let people know who you are. If your competitor is engaging and you are not, you should be concerned. The article from http://bcascouting.org/jahat.php Small Business TRENDS does a great job of sharing things you can do to win clients through social media.
Jim Anthony | So-Mark Founder
When you are thinking about ways to improve your business and meet your bottom line, you might not think about social media as the way to go at first. However, there is nothing more important for a business in the 21st century to understand than the fact that social media is the name of the marketing game. Without social media as part of your digital marketing strategy, there is no way that you’re going to succeed. There are thousands of potential customers on social media networks who are just waiting to hear about your business. And if you don’t get out there and engage with them on social media, then your competitors are going to be the ones who do. That means tons of lost potential business for your company.
Even if you understand the importance of social media, you might be confused about how to start up your social media marketing strategy. That’s why this article down below is going to take you through the things you need to know about social media marketing and how you can gain more customers from these activities. Keep reading to learn more about how to use social media for marketing and to push your company forward.
Jim is a 30 year veteran of Fortune 500 sales and marketing with companies such as Oracle, Dell, and EMC, as well as Hilton and Omni hotels. His passion lies in helping small businesses leverage the marketing tools and strategies that large businesses typically use. His focus is simple. “Help Small Businesses Grow!”