Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Tale of Two Cities: One Small Business Owner Invests to Grow, One Doesn’t

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]I just finished working on a small business website project that has been a long time in the making. The owner is extremely proud of the new site, and rightly so. It is a huge improvement, with a … Continue reading

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Find You on Facebook? Why Should I ?!

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]A local deli has a “Find Us On Facebook” sign on the front door.  Curious, I decided to check out their Facebook page.  I find that they have posted all of 6 times in four months.…50% off pastrami … Continue reading

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Business Owners: Buy Social, or Be Social?

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]PSST…. business owner.  You want your business on social media?!   No time, you say?  Maybe you can just PAY someone to do it for you!  You could be like Zorro…the masked man of the social media world! You … Continue reading

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Social Media ROI for Small Business: Metrics, or Margueritaville?

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]I have been agonizing about the social media ROI issue for weeks now, and finally decided to give myself a break.  After reading every ROI-related thing I could get my hands on, it boils down to this:  Marguerita … Continue reading

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