Get Connected: The Social Networking Toolkit for Business

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This is Why • Keep in contact with current clients • Reach millions of potential clients • Share your business news • Be a voice in your industry • Manage your company reputation • Communicate with employees and partners • Build your client list • Boost your bottom line Now, Learn How Social media pros Starr Hall and Chadd Rosenberg take you behind the scenes of today’s hottest social networks and help you uncover the best social sites for your business. Using simple steps and solutions, learn how to set up an attractive company profile, reach and engage your target market, develop stronger relationships with your current clientele, enhance your reputation, and become a recognized expert in your industry—investing nothing more than minutes a day! ? Identify the best social-site matches for your business ? Brand your online profile using customizing features ? Develop content that increases your search engine exposure ? Practice proven techniques to engage and attract quality customers ? Use unique strategies to maintain and improve your company’s reputation ? Incorporate social media marketing and advertising opportunities into future business plans Plus, gain social networking success tips, insights, and techniques
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About the author

Starr Hall is the founder of 2 Point Media LLC , an international brand communications firm specializing in PR, social media, co-branding and licensing, which was recently acquired by a national award winning firm. She is currently CEO of Starr Hall Inc., an International Social Media and ePR Consulting/Training Firm. Chadd Rosenberg is a new media specialist and audio engineer. He the founder of New World of Media, a podcasting and music production company that focuses on using social media tools to create and distribute audio and video content for corporations around the world.
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Publisher
Entrepreneur Press
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Published on
Sep 1, 2009
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Pages
206
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ISBN
9781613080405
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Marketing / General
Business & Economics / Small Business
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