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Do Social Media Tweets and Status Updates Do Anything for My Business?

Social Media has been a buzzword for the past decade. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself: “Do all of these tweets and status updates do anything for my business? If you’re not taking care of some of the basics, the answer is probably: no. Watch this video to learn how you can do a few things to get your social media profiles working for you.


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  1. This is good. I liked it a lot. Thank you. Keep posting please.

  2. Matthew Ozolins Jun 10, 2014 at 6:30 am

    I don’t try to justify each Tweet or status update with a dollar value. It’s a branding investment of time and money and it’s worth it. While more direct sources of leads are faster money makers for us at Webics, our prospects are likely to check us out online and make a judgment call based on how active we are and how helpful our content is.

  3. Great advice, Neil. Thank you!
    I just wander though, with the new Facebook page layout, the company’s website URL is just below the company’s description. Is it worth it to duplicate the same in the description section? In the end, it might even look a little pushy.

  4. Thanks! These are great, and so simple. Implementing all them now, both for me and my clients.

  5. Although updates in Twitter or Facebook may not give you money, it could provide you leads, which could also be converted to sales. Great post you got here!


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