A well-constructed social media fan page will help current customers become promoters of your brand and bring new customers to your base.
San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 19, 2011
Hearst Media Services Bay Area has released an article outlining tips for using social media sites, such as Facebook and MySpace, to successfully promote and market their businesses online. This article is part of Hearst Media Services’ ongoing efforts to assist the Bay Area business community in effectively digital marketing of their products and services.
Hearst Media Services Bay Area has released the feature to assist small- and medium-sized businesses in creating and managing their social media presence strategically and effectively. The article details the various aspects of social media that business owners should consider when they create their own fan pages.
“Social media is perhaps the fastest growing and most affordable marketing tools any business can use today,” said Kris Loberg, Director of Business Marketing for Hearst Media Services Bay Area. “A well-constructed social media fan page will help current customers become promoters of your brand and bring new customers to your base.”
Hearst Media Services Bay Area maintains an online library of articles written to help business owners understand an increasingly complex marketing world and get the most ROI on their marketing dollars. These articles are free and available to all businesses.
This and other articles can be found at: http://www.sfgate.com/chronicle/adsite/wp_index.html
About Hearst Media Services/Bay Area
In addition to the vast resources of the San Francisco Chronicle and SFGate.com, Hearst Media Services Bay Area provides every thing from social media campaigns to search engine marketing to direct mail and e-mail advertising. Whether targeting customers based on behavior, demographics and geography or using the broad reach of Hearst Media Services products to reach 1.8 million Bay Area adults each week, advertisers can find all their marketing solutions in one, easy-to-implement source.
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