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Did you now that four in five (79 percent) of small businesses spend less than two hours per week on Twitter?
Why? Time. Rather, the distinct lack of it. With 96 percent of SMBs having five employees or less, social media is still a luxury. Around half spend less than two hours each week on Facebook, email or even their website, and 91 of SMB owners serve as the company’s primary marketer.
As a small business owner, what are your digital marketing priorities heading into 2014?
More than three-quarters of U.S. small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are currently using social media as part of their digital marketing arsenal, reveals a new study.
In their The State Of Digital Marketing For SMBs March 2013 report, Vocus and Inc. Magazine discovered that social media marketing is being used by 77.3 percent of SMBs, and almost one-quarter (24.9 percent) rated it as one of the top three most effective tools for their marketing needs.