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Social Media…confused yet?

November 2, 2010 Leave a comment

In the world of internet marketing, e-commerce, social networking, and web 2.0, one thing seems to be very apparent to me…the people who really understand these things, are the people whose job it is to understand these things.

Let me explain. I constantly run into people…business owners, managers, marketers…who have a product or service to sell to either consumers (B2C) or other businesses (B2B), who have little to no concept of what tools are available to market their business online, or how to use these tools. The social internet (web 2.0) has evolved so quickly, the only people who are tuned in are professional technology and/or marketing companies (such as our firm, SRC Technology Solutions). We are able to keep up with the sweeping changes in technology because it is our livelihood…it is what we offer to the business community. The rest of the business community probably does not have the time (or maybe even the awareness of the need) to invest in exploring Social Media Marketing. But guess what…the need is there whether you realize it or not (although the time may not be).

My suggestion – get with someone immediately to help you get your business dialed in to social media, e-commerce, web content management, and whatever else is applicable to your strategy. Money invested in this realm will be more rewarding for the future of your business than most any traditional advertising campaigns you are considering. The best part is that most of what happens in the online marketing world has little to no recurring cost associated with it. If you invest in the startup of your internet-based marketing and learn how to maintain it yourself, you will have a powerful weapon in your arsenal and you will likely be ahead of your competitors in adopting new technology.

I have been deeply immersed in this marketing channel for the last year, and get a thrill out of empowering business owners/managers/marketers to take control of their online identity on web 2.0. Let me help you invest in the future of your business. The internet is available and accessible to all businesses no matter how large or small, and if you are not actively participating in e-marketing, you are missing potential wins for your business. Fill out a request for information at to begin the conversation…no obligations or strings attached.


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