In the digital age, online reviews have almost completely taken the place of the word-of-mouth referrals. Reviews are what prospective buyers use to research your product or service and decide if they would like to do business with you. They also let people share their personal experience about your product or service.
Topics: Social Media
Are you wondering how to get people to an event you’re hosting? Are you overwhelmed with the invite list and how to manage it? This post will cover the 5 reasons you should use Facebook Events for your business AND exactly how to set one up. Facebook Events are a great way to build awareness about your business plus, it’s also an awesome way to create engagement with your fans. Here are a 5 specific reasons why you should use Facebook Events:
Are you slammed managing your daily business tasks? Does social media management seem impossible because there’s just too much to do?
Have you heard that Facebook is THE social media platform to be on but you just can’t find the time to come up with the content you need for posts and then post them to your page?
When it comes to social media, Facebook stands out from the crowd. Facebook has almostdouble the number of active users than the other social platforms. There are more than 1.1 billion people around the world choosing to use this social media platform for staying connected with friends, family and to keep up with businesses.
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Facebook Pages represent businesses, nonprofits, brands, governments, celebrities, and other public entities on Facebook.
After you’ve created a Facebook Page, you are now the administrator of that Page which gives you control over its content. You can also be named an administrator on someone else’s page so you can post and manage advertising on their behalf.
Topics: Sales & Marketing
In May 2013, Facebook released some pretty astounding statistics showing audience engagement on Facebook. It’s been difficult for some businesses to understand why they need to get in the Facebook game. If you find yourself asking questions like these….then read on…this blog is for your business!
Most types of business have their own unique lingo that can cause outsiders to scratch their heads in confusion. Commercial real estate and leasing is no exception. If you intend to negotiate a lease, spend the time researching the language used in lease negotiations and agreements. Being prepared will help you receive the best terms possible.
We’ve all heard the expression that businesses do best when they run like a well-oiled machine, implying that through regular maintenance and review they can maintain optimum performance. For business owners this means keeping a keen eye on all of the working parts to ensure they are meeting your needs. Strangely though, one of the largest financial obligations businesses have goes without annual review, their Commercial Lease Agreement.
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