(WTNH) -- We're living in a social media age from Facebook to YouTube to LinkedIn, but how can a small business leverage these multiple platforms?
Social media guru Erik Granato, co-founder of Talking Finger , is sharing some need-to-know tips for entrepreneurs.
4 Tips for Using Social Media to Grow Your Small Business
- Develop a social media strategy.
- Integrate traditional marketing with social media marketing.
- Actively engage in social media.
- Dedicate time each day to implement and evaluate the strategy.
Talking Finger is a leading social media strategy, graphic design, profile creation and development, and media integration. It provides strategic consulting on social media platforms including: Facebook , Google+, Twitter , YouTube , LinkedIn, Yelp, FourSquare, Pinterest, blogs and more.
Granato empowers businesses to harness the power of social media; connecting the millions of users to the business to drive brand awareness and foster brand loyalty.
Granato has 20 years of advertising and marketing experience.
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