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Facebook: What to do and what not to do for Small Businesses

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Facebook tips for Business A lot of small businesses create a Facebook page, us included, and then don't know what to do with it. We invite our family and friends to like our page and then bombard them with posts that aren' relevant to them and then wonder why we're not getting any return on all the time we have spent getting likes! Here are a few tips that we have found along the way running a small business that will help. We will continue to add to this list as we research this further and share our results with clients too. The most important tip is not to create your business page as a private user account, if people have ...

40+ Apps & Tools To Customize Your Facebook Pages

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LINK: 40+ Apps & Tools To Customize Your Facebook Pages. Customising your Facebook page has become big business, here are a few Apps and Tools to consider with setting up Welcome pages, cover images and custom tabs. We are working on some of our own ideas and will post what we find shortly. Like most things on social media, there's always a free way to do things. Cheers Reyan Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section ...

Twitter Tips For Geelong

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Firstly I'd like to say that there are many different Twitter strategies businesses can take and these are a few that have worked for me over the years and I have tried and tested these with multiple twitter accounts and wanted to share this with you all, some may work for you and some may not but they are all worthy of trying. Firstly, follow as many local Tweeps as you can, this sounds silly but the first point of contact you may have with a potential client is that initial "follow" notification they receive via email. This may be the first time they realise that your business even exists! Do it! Engage with the people ...