While e-commerce might be a future enhancement for Pinterest, one social-media startup may have already beat it in the monetization game: The Fancy.
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A simple online search of a job candidate can land an employer in hot water. To eliminate any possible liabilities, small businesses are increasingly outsourcing social media background checks to companies like Social Intelligence. Here's how they work.
When it comes to social media, the market is quickly becoming saturated. There's Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, foursquare, LinkedIn, QR codes, mobile apps, blogs – and now even, Google+. So, it's no wonder some entrepreneurs feel inundated with all of the social media platforms .
LinkedIn's blockbuster initial public offering dominated headlines last month and with more than 100 million global users, the 8-year-old networking site shows little signs of slowing in the near future. Most individuals are familiar with how to use the site on a personal level, but there are ways small businesses can use the site to grow and promote their brand.
You've decided your small business is ready to enter the social media arena – but with Facebook, Twitter and blogging available, which way do you turn? Thankfully there is something in between 140 character limit messages and 1000 word blog diatribes: enter Tumblr.
Check out three small businesses that are using mobile apps to engage and grow its customer base.