Creating an effective social media presence

May 2013
Computer Shopper;May2013, Issue 303, p166
The article offers ways on creating an effective social media presence and how to use the online social networks Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn effectively for a business to build relationships with customers. It discusses the important things to consider before committing a company to a social network. The factors to consider in selecting network to use are explained. INSET: Going beyond Facebook and Twitter.


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