Small Business Guide to Social Media

Small businesses owners can attest to the struggles and limitations that come with the territory: few financial resources, a lack of exposure, and not enough time in the day to get everything done. Taking on another responsibility isn’t something small business owners can afford to, but it isn’t something they can’t either.

But for many small business owners the thought of managing social media is overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.

How Social Media Benefits Your Business

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5 Reasons to Start a Business, Even in Rough Economy

Starting your own business has long been considered a risky proposition. Just the potential for failure and loss discourages many would-be entrepreneurs from giving it a go. Intimidated by oft-reported statistics like “50% of all businesses fail within the first two years,” even those with great ideas or lots of skill frequently decide to play it “safe.”

Perhaps in economies past you could legitimately argue that starting a business was just too big a gamble, but the tables have turned. Now becoming an entrepreneur is not only a safe and manageable career prospect, but it’s also the best (and perhaps only) way to get what you want professionally.

Here’s 5 reasons why it makes sense to start a business… even especially now!

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Is Social Media Worth Your Time?

As a small business owner there are a plethora of tasks that take priority over social media; satisfying customer needs, fulfilling contracts and winning new business. Taking all of that into consideration is small business social media really worth an investment of your time?

You may think of it as a luxury, as an expense on your time and effort which your growing business cannot sustain and you might be right. In this post we dig down and uncover whether or not small business social media warrants your investment.

There’s something for Everyone.

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