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Small Business Social Networking

Posted on June 20, 2014 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Most of us are aware of social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and the rest, but did you know that in addition to those that have been traditionally used for social purposes, there are sites for online networking for businesses too? Are you active on sites such as LinkedIn?

When a potential client ‘Googles’ your name, often the results at the top of the page will return profiles from business and social networking web sites as the search engines love their continually updated ‘fresh’ content. So how are your online profiles looking?

If you haven’t got around to setting up your profiles, or have done that but have not used the sites for business networking or really showcasing your area of expertise, help is at hand.

At My Virtual Assistant, we provide a Business Social Networking service that includes the full set up of your profiles showcasing you and your area of expertise on all the major business networking platforms*. We will also research which ‘groups’ on these platforms you should belong to and join them on your behalf. Once set up we can manage the accounts for you, set up your own groups, respond to links requests – and make them for you, answer email, etc.

For detailed information about the latest pricing, services and packages available, please download our latest information pack by completing the box on the right.

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