Slideshare: Using Facebook for Business

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Does Facebook have a place in your small business social media strategy?

This presentation was developed for small business owners,  and makes one key assumption:  that you have done your strategic homework, and identified the best and most fertile ground to communicate with your audience.

If that place happens to be Facebook, you will need to learn how to create a business page, use Facebook to build your customer base and market your business.  This presentation should help:

Remember, Facebook can be effective for both B2B as well as B2C, but businesses of varying types are much more concentrated in some social platforms than others.  B2C companies are more likely to maintain Facebook profiles. On the other side, B2B companies are significantly more likely to be present on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube, maintaining a blog, and hosting webinars.

Bottom line:  establish a social media presence and online marketing plan aimed at where your customers and prospects hang out on the web!

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About Rhonda Hurwitz

Rhonda Hurwitz is a content strategist and marketing consultant who helps mid-sized businesses develop more effective online strategies. @rhondahurwitz on Twitter, and on Forbes.com: http://blogs.forbes.com/people/rhondahurwitz/
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One Response to Slideshare: Using Facebook for Business

  1. Brooke Feder says:

    Great presentation, Rhonda! Thank you for the valuable information. I have lots to do now as follow up, and would love to discuss getting your assistance. I would love your ideas of what I should do with my FB page, and how Help Me Rhonda Marketing Solutions might help. –Brooke

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