A surprising 53 percent of small businesses don't have a website and their customers have already moved onto mobile devices. Learn the importance of reaching your customers in their favorite places with mobile technology.
Social media can be invaluable to a variety of online businesses. But Twitter and Facebook aren’t the only online platforms for promoting your business. More traditional methods like blogs and email marketing can still be effective. And newer methods like live video streaming can also be applicable to some online marketing strategies. Read some tips for using these other online marketing methods in this week’s Small Business Trends community news and information roundup.
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