Should a new business spend any time or money on Facebook?

Jon Cadieux - Wednesday, November 08, 2017

This is one of the questions I get asked on a regular basis. It seems like it would make sense for any business just getting started to spend time and a few bucks promoting your business on the worlds most used social media platform. I mean, come on, 1.9 billion members, conversion rate this, ROI that. The bottom line is when you’re a small business you lack a couple of things; one is time and the other is money. Whether you’re an electrical contractor, HVAC contractor, or a plumber. You need to spend your time and money where they will have the most effect on moving you toward making money. Facebook is probably not a good investment.

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Why move your business online?

Jon Cadieux - Friday, August 01, 2014

Today's consumers are more connected than ever. From researching their products to reading about the company that will provide the service or product, to reading reviews, most of the interactions happen online, before they even walk through your door. So instead of letting other people tell your story, why not offer your own perspective? read more...

Custom sites at custom prices

Jon Cadieux - Friday, August 01, 2014

As with everything else, when choosing a site you should make sure you do not pay for more than you are using. This is why our site plans come with affordable tiered pricing, allowing you to grow along with your business.  read more...

Connect with social media and build an audience

Jon Cadieux - Friday, August 01, 2014

If you do not have the time to write a complete blog post, we still recommend that you keep interacting with your site's visitors through social media integration. It is much easier to tweet in 160 characters than it is to write a complete and documented blog post.  read more...

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