What social media service should I be using?
The internet is a wonderful place. Not only does it put the wealth of human knowledge at our fingertips, it means we can access all kinds of once previously not as readily available information. With a quick Google search, you can pull up everything about a business – right down to when they are open, contact information, location, and sometimes even most popular times. Social media helps that. It’s a great way to substantiate your business page and engage with customers and potential customers, share ideas, as well as gather comments and criticisms that can help your business grow. So which social media services should I be using for my business? The too long, didn’t read version of this post is: all of them. However, we know juggling a lot of social media services can be hard, complex, and sometimes even time consuming (that’s what we’re for, anyway. We have it down to a science). If you’re doing it yourself or plan on dabbling in social media a bit to get a feel for it, it might not be very effective for you to be on all social media channels, so let’s break it down for you. Google+ (Google Plus) Who should have it: Everyone, regardless of business type. Long explanation: Google+ is a social media service launched by Google, as the name implies. Information found on Google+ Business Pages will show before anything else when a Google search query is sent, especially for brick-and-mortar locations. This means that before you…Read More