Should all reputable businesses be involved in social media?
Of course to stay competitive a business has to do some marketing. Word of mouth is still popular, but what role should social media play in one's business? Are there only certain social media one should be a part of, or should a business be a part of a variety of media
I think social media is the new word-of-mouth in marketing today. I always advise my students that if they have business they need to have an online presence, even if it is just a web landing page (hopefully they will expand on it). Business should only link to those that connect them to their target audience.
Social media has revolutionized the way people communicate in every area of life. Its impact on the fields of business and marketing is particularly dramatic. read more
by kkinfy 7 years ago
Avoid self promotion in these forums!
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by RyzeUp 19 months ago
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