Posts tagged Facebook

How start-ups can get noticed on social media

Social media can play a big role in getting your start-up off to a great start, writes guest poster Henry Brown. He provides tips on how to get started.

Think before you click: Your reputation depends on it

One ill-considered social media post can ruin your reputation and damage your small business, writes blogger Mark Auerbach, who provides strategies for avoiding such online faux pas.

Bridging the digital divide: Bringing technology into the workplace, Part II

In part two of her series for SucceedingInSmallBusiness, Leandra Williams provides data on the top three social media platforms that can help you decide which is right for your small business marketing.

Social media is here to stay: Basics small business owners need to know

Blogger Mark Auerbach tells small business owners what they need to consider before venturing into the world of social media.

Three local retailers put Facebook to work while another ignores the Internet

One local retailers ignores the Internet while three others others provide great examples of how to drive business to your door through Facebook, writes small business blogger Jeanne Yocum.

Welcome to 2012: Is your small business marketing strategy worthy of the new year?

My chief question to you is whether you are marketing in ways that fit the times or whether you’re just doing what you have always done?

Small business & social media: Do not be shy. Come on in; the water is fine!

Small business owners: Don’t be intimidated by social media. And most of all, don’t miss the power they have to help you build your small business.

Web site credibility: Are you promising something you can’t deliver?

Failure to back up your online promises can have a huge negative effect on your company’s reputation in an interconnected world where consumers can give bad reviews on numerous review sites or make negative comments on Facebook, Twitter or other social media.

Mid-year review: Taking stock on a year half over

Don’t be one of those people who gets to the end of the year and is surprised that things haven’t happened as planned. Mid-course reviews – and any necessary corrections – are important.

Good small biz reads #11: A cautionary tale about Facebook, how to use Google like a pro, and why online meetings are a smart small business tool

This month’s roundup of recent articles that I found helpful and want to share with you has a definite online focus.

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