Category Archives: Social Media

#6: Take a Quick Break – 10 Ways Small Businesses Can Use Social Media to Save Time

Fatigue in the office is nothing new, and learning how Social Media can help alleviate that fatigue can make your employees and you more efficient. Continue reading

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#5 Finding Resources – 10 Ways Small Businesses Can Use Social Media to Save Time

If you’re in search of a great printer, you may just want to skip Elance and go directly to Twitter? Finding recommended vendors and freelancers for your business can be as easy as asking the hundreds of folks in your social media network who they recommend. Continue reading

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#4 See What People Are Talking About – 10 Ways Small Businesses Can Use Social Media to Save Time

Large corporations spend millions of dollars, prowling the streets, seeing what the trends in fashion, music, and culture are. They rely on feedback from companies like Gallup, the Nielsen Ratings, and American Consumer Opinion to see what’s hot and what’s not. As a small business, you don’t have the same level of resources. But that’s okay .. Continue reading

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#3: Get Fast Feedback – 10 Ways Small Business Can Use Social Media to Save Time

Everything online happens at the speed of light. Decisions that used to take weeks or months to make are now a matter of mere minutes or seconds. There is no time for a group consensus or “sleeping on it.” But with your social media network, you can still get input from a number of people, quickly. There are literally millions of people on-hand, ready and able to give you feedback in the moment. Continue reading

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#2 Get Answers to Your Burning Questions – 10 Ways Small Business Can Use Social Media to Save Time

It used to be that all answers to your questions could be found on Google. Then, when Google became overrun with junk sites and advertisements, Wikipedia became the guru of choice. But even Wikipedia won’t give you the answer to every question you have. Sometimes the information is too arcane, or sometimes you don’t want the facts; you want an opinion. So what better place to turn to than social media? Continue reading

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