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Grow Your Reach: 5 Small Business Social Media Marketing Ideas

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Did you know that there are nearly 250 million Facebook users in the United States? For this reason, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that social media can be one of the greatest marketing tools you can use for your business. However, not everybody understands how to develop a

5 Steps to Become a TikTok Influencer

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Do you want to become TikTok famous? With over 1 billion active users, TikTok is easily one of the most popular social media platforms to date. Its sudden rise in popularity since 2018 is all thanks to the short-video format that the platform builds on. With easy-to-digest content and intuitive

How to Find the Best Social Media Advertising Services

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About 80 percent of small businesses use social media to promote their products and services. It’s clear that social media is a powerful marketing tool. Regardless of the size of your company, it’ll help you reach your marketing goals. However, while large companies have in-house marketing departments, small business

Top Questions to Ask When Choosing a Social Media Management Company

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Is social media important for your business? Well, other business owners answer with a resounding yes. Recent data shows a significant upward trend in social media ad spending. The bottom line: even if you’re reluctant to invest in social media, your competitors probably already are!  Now is the time to

How to Choose the Best Social Media Channel for Your Small Business

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Good at everything, great at nothing. This applies to your social media presence too. There’s a plethora of social media for business. How do you choose the right social media channel for your digital marketing? Well, it comes down to two things. Who is your target consumer? And where