Social Media Checklist for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Does social media have you stumped? Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Slideshare. How can you possibly stay on top of all these platforms?

Never fear! A solution is here!

The folks over at The Whole Brain Group put together a social media checklist for small and medium-sized businesses that is worth studying and implementing.  This is a truly awesomely useful infographic that helps you create your own personal social media strategy.

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I know it seems like a lot to digest for social media newbies.  You do NOT have to do ALL these things!  Pick one or two platforms where you are comfortable and just start.  You won’t get anywhere until you start.

Social Media Checklist for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Sensible Social Media Checklist for Business v.3.0 [INFOGRAPHIC]
You can download a printable pdf copy of this infographic by clicking on it and scrolling down to the bottom of the landing page. Look for the Next Steps text box.

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About the Author:

Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte founded in 1999. She is a pioneer in online custom furniture sales, award-winning speaker, coffee lover, Sci-Fi fan, mom, NADA certified Archery instructor, Girl Scout leader and all-around groovy woman.  Not necessarily in that order.

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