7 Strong Small Business Social Tactics (Small Business E-commerce Link Digest – April 2, 2010)
Happy Friday, Big Thinkers. I suspect many of you are enjoying a beautiful spring day, so we’ll just get right to it today, OK?
- First up, Mashable has a great write-up looking at how to integrate your paid search and social media efforts. Just might be my favorite link of the week.
- Next, WebWorkerDaily offers 5 things that don’t work on Facebook pages. And 5 that do.
- While we’re on the topic of Facebook, Mashable suggests a set of Facebook apps for businesses. Very interesting stuff.
- Amex’s Open Forum has a look at 10 small business social media resources you may have missed.
- The always enlightening Chris Brogan has a quick post about marketing your small local business with a big focus on social tools.
- For still more Mashable, take a look at “How PR Pros Are Using Social Media for Real Results.” Good stuff.
- And, finally, it’s no secret that I’ve got a bit of a man-crush on blogging All-Star John Jantsch. And it’s no secret that his Practical Guide to Social Media is exactly what it claims to be: practical and a good guide for your social media activities. Oh, and don’t worry, John. It’s just a little man-crush.
Have a great weekend, folks. See you back here on thinks next week.
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