Social Media Cheat Sheet for Small Businesses

Social Media Cheat Sheet

The promise of social media has been high for quite some time as major brands are building their customer base, guiding their customer service, and flat out making money through sites like Facebook and Twitter. Small businesses are finding success as well, but it’s not quite as easy particularly for localized businesses.

This cheat sheet put together by our friends at Flowtown breaks down the major social media sites that businesses can use to advance their causes. There are pros and cons to every endeavor when it comes to business. Knowing the pitfalls of each can help people make the right decisions for their company.

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Social Media Cheat Sheet

(Via: Flowtown. H/T: Peoria Chevrolet Dealer)

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  2. Interesting that LinkedIn wasn’t included. It seems like those guys aren’t getting much attention lately – though from a marketing / audience perspective it’s probably not a very good hunting ground.

    Honestly, I don’t even give Digg much thought any more. I’m surprised they’re relevant enough to make the graphic designer even bother. I’d think StumbleUpon would be a more likely player on that column.

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