Why Should Your Business Be on Social Media?

Today’s social media world isn’t just for individuals anymore – there are now millions of businesses that are present on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, and more. In addition to expanding your presence on the internet, being present on social media can also help you.

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Being Professional vs. Being Personal on Social Media

Today, nearly everyone has a profile on at least one social media site, which friends, family members, and even employers can see what you’ve been posting. So the big question is: How much should you let your true personality show? Our internet marketing company found an article from Heidi Cohen, creator of Actionable Marketing Guide, that sheds some light on the subject.

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Can’t Sleep Well? Social Media May Be Why…

In just a few years, smartphone usage in the U.S. has nearly doubled. Back in 2011, around 35% of Americans owned a smartphone, but as of today, that number is up to 64%. While some are using their phones to check emails, shop, or make calls, many are using them for social media – and are probably lacking in sleep.

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A “Dislike” Button for Facebook?

Since 2009, Facebook users have been able to express their appreciation for a comment or post, but they haven’t been able to express their dislike. The idea of a “Dislike” button in addition to the already popular “Like” button has been floating around the Internet for the past couple years, and it seems like the social media giant has plans to develop it.

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5 Benefits of Social Media for Your Business

Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest have become a necessity in any business’s digital marketing campaign. With around 1.4 billion people on Facebook, more than 970 million accounts on Twitter, and more than 70 million Pinterest users, social media offers you the potential to reach a vast amount of people and increase your business.

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