Updated on: January 14, 2022 One of the stumbling blocks that many small businesses face when delving into social marketing is that you’re too attached to your business. You know your product, service or industry inside and out. Who you
Remember when you learned how to drive? The car is a tool to get you from point A to point B. The instructor showed you how it works, taught you how to drive it and then you got a map to help you get where you wanted to go. Today it’s a GPS. Do you remember once you learned how to drive, that you couldn’t wait to get behind the wheel and go? Now, it’s second nature.
You’ve got a fabulous WordPress website and you’re blogging regularly. You’re sharing your blog articles on your social networks and driving people to your website. You’ve got a terrific call-to-action (CTA) offer and are getting visitors to convert into leads.
The social media offers are so tempting! Offers like “I will promote Your Website, Blog Or Anything 20,000,000 Members On Facebook Twitter for $5″ or ” I will add 32000 Twitter followers or 6000 Facebook likes for $5″ — seem
As a small business, budgets are tight — especially in these uncertain economic times. Moreover, any entrepreneur knows that marketing — especially social media marketing — is a key factor for any business that wants new customers. However, today’s social