Why is Social Media vital to your Business? Greetings, when do the creative juices flow, could it be at 4am in the morning when you are laying in bed and your hubby is having a fit because after updating his i-phone to his PC computer and all of his information has been lost and his phone is not working, BOOM no sleep for the tired one. I never thought I would be a person to start a blog, but I realize that I have a lot to share. Topic today: Why is Social Media so vital to the growth of your business? It is important because that is were 80% of your targeted demographic is. According to the Nielsen Company, “Americans spend nearly a quarter of their time online on social networking sites and blogs, up from 15.8 percent just a year ago (43 percent increase). The research revealed that Americans spend a third their online time (36 percent) communicating and networking across social networks, blogs, personal email and instant messaging.”
Social Media is time consuming and many of you do not have the man hours that are required to optimize your business online, so what do you do? Well you can make the time to do this yourself or you can hire someone to do this for you. Investing in optimizing your presence through social media could increase your business by 30% would that spark your interest. Would it be as simple as starting a Facebook or Linkedin page, no it would require more creativity.  Stay tuned…….Next blog….How much is a good Salesperson worth to your business growth?


Publisher of Hamptons MouthPiece*Marketing, Social Media & Online Image Consultant, mother, co-owner of Photography by Kurt… Hamptons Mouthpiece is a lifestyle blog about the Hamptons. Focused on keeping you In The Know about Hamptons Happenings, Events, Nitelife, Food, Wellness, Home, Travel, Style, Local Community and much, much more…Hamptons MouthPiece will keep you updated with anything and everything you want to know that relates to the Hamptons. A perfect resource for the full time resident, seasonal resident and visitors.

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