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    Default Social media and Limousine companies?

    Any thoughts on this above subject? Been looking at options to increase awareness on the social media front.

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    Any branding is good, but every market is different. All in all, I would say social media is good at least to open another avenue for people to find/reach you even if you do not "post" often.
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    You should have a Facebook business page. Post on it often and try to get likes. It can't hurt and it's free. You got nothing to lose.

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    Two things about faceboook for a business:

    1. If you are intending to interact with the public, make sure to do an actual business page, not a regular FB account. As a regular account, it will give the people to add you as a "friend", and them allows you to see their information, where a business apge they Like, and you can't see their info that make private except to friends. Also there is the issue of if FB finds the account and feels it should be a business page, and force you to change. Which means all the work you put into promoting it needs redone.

    2. Keep in mind when you post messages on facebook, I think (it has been a while since I looked it up) only 10% of the people who liked you will get it. (unless they specifically marked it to receive all of your posts), so don't freak out if you ask someone what they thought of their post and they say they haven't seen it. (They can still manually go to your FB page and see everything, they just wouldn't have seen everything in their default feed.
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    Here are 2 videos about how facebook has become useless:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9ZqXlHl65g

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVfHeWTKjag
    Steve Walker ppvsteve@gmail.com

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    Thanks for all the advice!

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