Recently I attended a presentation by a Facebook expert who told the audience how he could help us build our businesses. He discussed tactics and strategies about building brand and what important pitfalls to avoid. After the presentation, a member of the audience asked him, “How much time do you spend on Facebook every day?”
He replied: “All day.”
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As clear as it seems to me, I think there are many people in the business of online marketing who have a little experience here and there. The problem is that many like to believe they know what they are doing in every facet of their online business. In some cases, they believe they can build a business just by calling themselves entrepreneurs.
In time they will understand that there are people smarter than them on particular issues and they are willing to help. And that seeking their help is the smartest move a business owner can make.
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