Myth #1: Sole-Proprietorships, Small, or Medium-Sized Companies Don’t Need Social Media
Sole-proprietorships, small companies, and medium-sized companies can benefit from using social media and social networking to create a buzz and branding, just like large corporations. Social media and social networking should be an integral part of any sole-proprietorship, small, or medium-sized business and marketing plan. With very little cost, and with a little patience, your company can use social media to boost its appearance online. In turn, creating more business opportunities.
Myth #2: Business to Business Marketing Doesn’t Work with Social Media
Does your architecture, engineering, environmental non-profit, landscape architecture, or urban planning firm work directly with other businesses, in either the private or public sectors? Then, you may have heard that social media or social networking is not the ideal place for business-to-business marketing. This could not be further from the truth. Social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin are excellent resources for architects, engineers, environmental non-profits, landscape architects, and urban planners to sell and promote their services to other businesses.