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GoDaddy And Twitter Partner Up For Small Businesses

GoDaddy And Twitter Partner Up For Small Businesses

Internet domain registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy has teamed up with Twitter to make it easier than ever for small business customers to set up a Twitter profile alongside their website, reports Mashable.

The ability to create a Twitter profile has been integrated into GoDaddy’s small-business-focused Website Builder, which includes 300 themes and 25,000 stock images.

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Why Do We Follow SMBs On Twitter? [STUDY]

Why do we follow small brands on Twitter?

According to one new study, more than seven in ten small to medium-sized (SMB) business followers on Twitter do so to receive updates on future products, and 70 percent retweet content they liked from SMBs, reports eMarketer.

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Twitter To Give Chase’s 4M Small Business Customers $1M In Free Advertising

Great news for small businesses, especially if they’re with Chase Bank: Twitter announced yesterday that it is teaming up with Chase to gift its 4 million small business customers with a whopping $1 million in free advertising on the platform.

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Twitter’s Self-Serv Ads Rolling Out For Select Businesses Today [VIDEO]

Businesses eligible to access Twitter’s self-serve advertising platform will be notified by American Express today. Why is the notification coming from American Express and not Twitter? As we reported last month, the credit card company has landed an exclusive deal with Twitter – at least for the product’s initial rollout.
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Twitter And Facebook Can Add £200,000 ($325,000) To An SME’s Bottom Line, Says Study

Social enterprises – that is, not-for-profit businesses set up to help the community or those at a disadvantage – are considerably more advanced in their use of tools such as Twitter and Facebook than other small and medium-sized organisations, which can mean a significant boost to their bottom line, suggests a new study by British telecom giant O2.

A survey of more than 500 of these enterprises revealed that almost two-thirds (64%) use social media in the daily running of their business, which compares with just one-in-ten traditional small businesses.

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