Infographic: Social Media Trends in Small Business

Is anyone on Google+? Will social media even make a dent in my bottom line? What time of day should I post to get maximum exposure? As January winds to a close, we wrap up our focus on social media this month with an www.score.org="" resources="" 2013-small-business-social-media-trends-infographic"="" href="http://www.score.org/resources/2013-small-business-social-media-trends-infographic" target="_blank">">infographic that sums up the key takeaways for a small business owner looking to capitalize on social media. SCORE_infographic-small-business-social-media

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Bridget Weston Pollack
<div> <span style="font-size: 13px; line-height: 18.0049991607666px; text-align: justify;">Bridget Weston Pollack is the Vice President of Marketing & Communications at the SCORE Association. In this role, Bridget is responsible for all branding, marketing, PR, and communication efforts. She focuses on implementing marketing plans and strategies for the organization to facilitate the growth of SCORE’s mentoring and trainings services.</span></div> <div> <a href="http://www.score.org" target="_blank">SCORE.org</a> | <a href="http://www.facebook.com/SCOREFans" target="_blank">Facebook</a> | <a href="http://twitter.com/scorementors" target="_blank">@SCOREmentors</a> | <a href="https://www.score.org/author/Bridget-Weston-Pollack/all-posts">More from Bridget</a></div>

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Hi Peg, thanks for your

Hi Peg, thanks for your comment! First off, very glad to hear you found SCORE useful when starting your business. Second, there are some great posts on Constant Contact's blog about generating new content in your email marketing. Check out these in particular:
http://blogs.constantcontact.com/product-blogs/email-marketing/attention...
http://blogs.constantcontact.com/product-blogs/email-marketing/improve-e...
Hope that helps!

Interesting... I am always

Interesting... I am always trying to find the best balance. My biggest challenge is coming up with quality content for direct email. It should have enough, but not be overwhelming. I think most emails just a get a few seconds of attention - so it makes it difficult to do a good job.

Pinterest and Facebook are easier for me.

I used SCORE when I first opened in 1999 and it was a huge help.

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