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Getting off the ground as a new small business is a challenge all its own. Sure, you’ve got great products and a solid business plan. You’ve got the passion and the drive to succeed. But marketing your small business is absolutely vital for sustained growth, and especially when you are just starting out. You simply can’t expect customers or clients to find you unless you’re getting your business in front of them.

Here are a few tips each new business should consider for getting that exposure:

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A couple of weeks ago we gave you 10 Mother’s Day marketing ideas for your small business; and while some people can learn a lot from a list, some of us (including myself) do much better when we have visuals and examples.

So, if it’s examples you need, take a scroll through our social profile updates from this past weekend to learn from our Mother’s Day campaign!

This year we asked Webs employees what they would like to thank their mothers for on their special day.

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Hard to believe, but tomorrow (September 23) is the first day of fall here in the northern hemisphere. And with that comes exciting changes to things like leaves, wardrobes, and marketing strategies. Yes, that’s right, it’s officially time to start talking about holiday marketing! Specifically, how your strategy should evolve to include Twitter (if it doesn’t already).

Last year around this time, Twitter commissioned a study to determine how the network influenced people’s purchasing behavior around the holidays. You may find the results in the infographic below surprising. Here are a few items that stood out to us:

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In honor of Social Media Week (hey, did you know that it’s Social Media Week?) today’s post will address one of the most asked questions in all of social media marketing: what are the most effective tactics for posting on social media?

As luck would have it, our good friends at Pagemodo recently created an infographic with social media posting tips for 4 of the most popular platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. In it, you’ll find answers to questions like:

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We’ve talked before about the benefits of content marketing — the strategy of providing engaging, relevant content for fans, followers, and website visitors to interact with. It’s great for SEO, your brand, and driving traffic to your website and social profiles. Now that you’ve got a content strategy in place, do you know what kinds of things to share in order to make your content go the distance?

The infographic below, provided by WhoIsHostingThis.com, compiles a number of studies to give content creators a clearer idea of what kinds of items are most likely to be shared, what elements to include, and how viewers interact with your content.

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Today’s post comes from Webs’ resident social expert, Social Media Manager Irina Kabigting.

Social media channels have the power to make or break your brand. When creating your a social media strategy for your brand, it is important to take the time to figure out how your brand elements and attributes translate into the social world and what you can do to protect them.

How to Elevate Your Brand on Social Channels

1. Be Active Where It Matters. Nichesocial media channels are popping up all the time and while new portals may seem appealing, it is important to have an active presence where majority of your customers like to hang out.

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