PostRocket is a new service for Facebook marketers. Small business owners will get some great tips from the PostRocket blog. For example, here are two great posts from Mike Maghsoudi, PostRocket’s marketing guy.
You’ve created a Facebook page for your business: Now what? How will you engage with people using your Facebook Page and grow an interactive community of fans and customers at Facebook? Here are 3 great blog posts and a video to help you plan your Facebook marketing strategies so that you get more LIKEs and grow a group of people eager to interact and engage with you and your business.
Share/Bookmark Successful Small Business Marketing: Three Essential Elements for a Social Biz Foundation Whether you are a small business owner, solo entrepreneur working, or internet marketer, there are three essential success factors, the elements for establishing a successful online presence and business enterprise: 1. You: your knowledge, experience and message. 2. Your audience: your target market 3. Your solutions: your…
Small cake bakery businesses successfully use social media marketing by developing a web presence with their web site as their marketing hub, blogging (sometimes with more pictures than words) and a universe of social media and mobile marketing sites as satellites where they contact and serve customers. They manage the time commitment needed to reap huge rewards.
Every business requires marketing to promote their services or products. The internet has opened the door to many avenues of marketing strategies different from traditional business promotion. Small business social media marketing is one of the most popular and cost effective ways to reach thousands of potential customers with the click of a mouse.
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