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Too many small businesses are hesitant to embrace social media, citing the fact that they don’t know exactly how it will help their business make sales.
However, new reports are coming out that show exactly what social media, and Twitter specifically, can do for your business. So next time you’re trying to sell your boss or a potential client on why they should be using Twitter, here are some stats to help you out.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT), the UK government body that enforces market regulations on behalf of consumers, warned marketers that undisclosed advertisements on Twitter will be treated just like undisclosed ads on TV and in newspapers – potentially landing them in hot water with regulators.