There’s a world of difference (and difficulty) between using social media as a consumer versus harnessing it for your business.

Some people can post a picture of their kids to Facebook and see 100 Likes overnight. But small businesses with growing audiences might have a harder time trying to get the same results organically.

If you want to realize the long-term potential of social media, you can't just focus only on promoting your products. You also need to incorporate tactics and types of content that create organic (unpaid) engagement.





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Written by Pavithra2017
65 days ago

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Written by lyceum
72 days ago

I wonder if I should do a Thunderclap campaign for my first forthcoming book on tea?



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