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Conducting business online today means taking advantage of social media. The world is enchanted with – some would say addicted to – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and the many other social networking sites on the Internet. Use of these sites is growing and people everywhere use them to influence purchasing decisions. Social commerce is becoming so prevalent that a corresponding reduction in actual brick-and-mortar retail space and foot traffic has been seen around the world for several years.

Your Business Needs Social Media

It’s not just about “Likes” and chit-chat. People who use social media can make or break a business as their comments go viral. Along with the “Likes”, users post links to websites they like and even allow advertising on their profiles by brands they like. It’s no coincidence that the world’s biggest brands have leapt on the social media marketing bandwagon and are profiting from it, and there’s no reason why even a small business can’t use social commerce to get ahead.

Let Virtual Anchor Set Up Your Social Campaign

Setting up a system for social isn’t a simple matter, as there is a lot of work in creating the network that is going to help your business. Once it has been set up though, using and maintaining that network is relatively easy. As part of our expertise in SEO, reputation management and online marketing, we know how to build a network for you and can quickly teach you how to use it and profit from the social media signals it generates.

Unlimited Potential

Are you aware that a billion people now use Facebook? Over 200 million use Twitter. The average person now spends five hours per day online, and half that time is on social media. Accessing that potential isn’t difficult, but using it right is. Social commerce is a different world because there, companies don’t sell products: people do.

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