Social Media

You may already have profiles active on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. They are all free to set up and a great way to connect with current contacts and to attract new ones. You can link each of these together so each time you post to say, Facebook, it automatically posts the same message on LinkedIn and Twitter.

LinkedIn & Twitter will allow you to connect with as many marketing type companies, authors or blogs as you choose. You can get some great ideas for your own marketing efforts and again the only cost will be your time.

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