• http://twitter.com/InkstoneCom Christina Gilman

    Hi Mitt, I enjoyed your post. I’d add one more thing though, about Facebook in particular. I think it really depends on your business and who your followers are. It’s true, a lot of people hang out on Facebook, but for many businesses, their clients might be on sites like LinkedIN, Squidoo, or Google+. I think it’s definitly important to create some kind of social networking page, but to make sure your target audience frequents that site.

    For example, my market is mostly small business and non-profits. I’ve found the best response and relationships from LinkedIN.

    • http://www.mittray.com Mitt Ray

      Hi Christina,

      I am glad you enjoyed the post. Thank you for your comment. Yes you’re right even though facebook is the most popular social network every business will find more target of their audience on different social media.

      I am glad that Linkedin is working for you. A recent study also proves that Linkedin is the best lead generator ahead of blogs, facebook, youtube and twitter. You can find more information on this post on http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/social-media-b2b-marketing_b16252


  • http://www.insitedesignlab.com/blog insitedesignlab

    I’m up on Twitter and have social buttons on my blog but I haven’t really done the newsletter or Facebook thing yet.

    Good article!

    • http://www.mittray.com Mitt Ray

      Hi Jon – That’s a good start. But you need to make sure you start getting people to sign up to your newsletter and use it to stay in touch with them. Also get started with facebook. There are more than 800 million active users there. You need to take advantage of this audience.

      Thank you – Mitt

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