Social Media Strategy For Small Businesses

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18 thoughts on “Social Media Strategy For Small Businesses”

  1. Great tips David! Do you have a video on the mail app on a mac? I don’t understand why there are so many folders, I must have 25 and I only have 2 email accounts… there is junk junk email important etc… I would love to make it simple.. Inbox, sent, junk are all I really need.

  2. Fantastic content David!! I subscribed after seeing your OSX Mavericks course and I must say all your videos are high quality. Who needs to go to college anymore when you got content of this caliber. I would buy you a beer if I could. Thanks so much and keep it up!!!

  3. Thank you for showing these lesser know but still very important social media sites. I hadn’t even considered them since I have an online business without a physical address. I will go get my pages set up!

  4. is there still this option of adding videos to google maps or is that through google+ now?

  5. Excellent resource for small business that are just starting up. Social media is the fastest way to get in touch with a bigger audience, making finding the target market easier along the way. Thanks for uploading these strategies! They’ll prove to be useful, I’m sure.

  6. Do you think yelp would be useful for a small Internet based business that specializes in sewing and embroidery?

  7. David, Could you do another one. the google interface is different, and i am just not sure i am doing it correctly. Thank you.

  8. The most sympathetic and positive person on Earth: David A. Cox.

    Thank you for all your great videos and help to us who benefit from your caring advice.

  9. Thanks for the video, David. #SocialMediaForBusiness  is great but many people do not want to put the effort into it. 
    Jamie I
    All Points PR — #ChicagoFranchisePR

  10. You are great i have subscribed, the internet is a tool for knowledge! You are proof of that thank you thank you thank you thank you!

  11. I agree 100% with David’s statement regarding, there’s no magic pill. I remember coming across a quote that went something like this, “The Only Place Where Success Comes Before Work Is In The Dictionary!” I love this quote. While there are no magic bullets, there are fundamentals that you can apply to whatever it is that you are trying to accomplish that can increase your chances of succeeding. Great perspective David, Bravo!

  12. Listening to this video… First thoughts about Yelp. I am more than certain that it is a complete waste of time and not needed for my business. #AmberGaribay

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