Small Business

27
May

The Six Most Enlightening Facts about Social Media Marketing in 2017

2017 is shaping up to be one of social media's biggest years yet. Facebook continues to grow at an incredible pace, with Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube not far behind. Live streaming is gaining popularity and on-demand internet video traffic is skyrocketing.

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6
Mar

5 Reasons Why Social Media is not Overrated for New Businesses

If used properly, social media can help your business reach your goals. Our friends over at www.findmyworkspace.com discuss how you can effectively use social networks to succeed.

Social Media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are all staples now for both established and growing businesses. The obvious reason of course is that these pages can give brands the leverage it needs in terms of exposure - and at a very low cost at that!

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2
Feb

The Real Reasons People Fail Online and How to Avoid the Same Mistakes

Every day, hundreds of people attempt to start an online business, yet most of them never find the success they hope to achieve. It's not because it's impossible; many entrepreneurs have built successful online businesses. Here's a look at the top five reasons so many fail.

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6
Jan

9 Ways to Validate Your Startup Ideas (Infographic)

Who wouldn’t want to make money out of some amazing idea that suddenly appeared while you were daydreaming? Most people would love to see their out-of-nowhere idea become reality and make money. But there are a few things that should be covered first before getting too excited about the new venture you might want to tackle. Read more

21
Dec

Digital Detox: Why People are Disconnecting and How Businesses Can Respond

People are falling out of love with their smartphones and social media profiles in record numbers, or so recent research suggests. In the UK, a survey of 2,500 people found that 34 percent of internet users now make a point of spending long periods of time away from the screen, while 59 percent reported feeling "addicted" to their devices. In America, digital detox retreats are becoming common across the country and are capitalizing on the widespread desire to disconnect.

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