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7 Reasons Why SMBs Use Social Media [STUDY]

7 Reasons Why SMBs Use Social Media [STUDY]

Social media has quickly proven itself to be an asset for brands of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry around the globe, but it’s been especially valuable for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Platforms such as Twitter and Facebook give SMBs affordable and effective marketing opportunities that scale alongside their business growth, allowing them to reach new prospects and engage with existing customers.

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Social Media is the Number One Promotional Tool for SMBs [STUDY]

Social Media is the Number One Promotional Tool for SMBs [STUDY]

Three-quarters of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) use social media, spending about one-fifth of their total media budget on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, reveals a new study.

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Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter: How to Build Brand Awareness [INFOGRAPHIC]

Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter: How to Build Brand Awareness [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 52 percent of enterprise brands say that social media is the most important factor in client/customer relationship building and brand management?

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Social Media Tips For Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media Tips For Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

Thinking about using social media to promote your business?

Be sure to focus your attention on the big four social platforms – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ (but don’t forget about Pinterest). Get your targeting on point – consider the age, gender and interests of your customers.

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Three Quarters Of SMBs Are Investing More Time In Social Media Marketing [STUDY]

Three Quarters Of SMBs Are Investing More Time In Social Media Marketing [STUDY]

As a small business owner, are you investing more of your time in social media?

You’re not alone, as new data has revealed that almost three-quarters of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have increased the time they spend using social media for marketing purposes, with less than one in 10 cutting back.

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SMBs Spending Less On Social Media In 2014 (And More On Their Websites) [STUDY]

SMBs Spending Less On Social Media In 2014 (And More On Their Websites) [STUDY]

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) spent aggressively on social media in 2013, with some success, but this year they’re cutting back slightly on their investment in Twitter and Facebook to concentrate funds on their website, reveals a new study.

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Email, Mobile Top 2014 SMB Marketing Wish Lists (And Social Apps Also On The Rise) [STUDY]

Email, Mobile Top 2014 SMB Marketing Wish Lists (And Social Apps Also On The Rise) [STUDY]

As a small business owner, what are your digital marketing priorities heading into 2014?

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How Social Media Helps Small Businesses Grow [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Social Media Helps Small Businesses Grow [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 80 percent of socially savvy small business owners use channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for monitoring and collecting information about their competitors?

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Less Than 20% Of SMBs Are Using Twitter, Says Survey [STUDY]

Small and medium-sized brands across the U.S. are struggling to implement social media into their business model, reports eMarketer, citing a study from SMB Group.

Less than a quarter (24 percent) of small businesses – defined as those with between 24 and 99 employees – said that they currently used social media in a “strategic and structured way”, and, overall, just 12 percent have an active company Twitter profile.

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