From my ‘Your Social Media Start-Up Guide’

March 28, 2009 at 6:36 pm Leave a comment

In the era of Social Media, everyone has a say.  Smart businesses have already made that leap and are participating in their client/customers conversations.  They are engaging in their markets needs and wants and creating products and services from immediate responses.  Other than face-to-face contact, it is the most intimate, real-time relationship building that businesses can  do to get to the heart of their most important assets, their customers

Social Media is important to a Small Business because it is becoming a new way of marketing.  Mathew Ingram from The Globe and Mail said “All media is becoming Social Media”.  Just like the creation of the Morse code allowed for cross-Atlantic communication and the internet enabled one to instantly send mail, Social Media is quickly becoming a fundamental element to daily business operations.   If you aren’t on board this social media train yet, you better buy your ticket. The next train is coming.  Are you ready to get on?

Note: I am currently writing “Your Social Media Start-up Guide”, a useful, no fluff guide for entrepreneurs and small business owners.  If you are interested in contributing or receiving a final copy, please email me  at renee@reneewarren.com.  I look forward to your feedback

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