Business and Social Media…Size Does Not Matter, Starting Does
Social media and business, all that really matters regardless of the size of your business is that you at least start. On the social networks, no one will even know that you are there unless you are present and talking.
Think of your social media and your business in a different way. Lets imagine that you are a band and you are just starting out. When you first have an idea of what kind of band you will be, and you have everyone on board to form that band, you start to practice and build yourselves up to get good. Once you feel like you are worthy, you invite some friends over to listen to you practice out of the garage.
Once you have satisfied a few ears, it is time to get into a little bit of a bigger stage so you go to play a party so that more people can hear you. It is really simple actually. It is called growth.
The difference between being a band and playing for millions and practicing in your garage is huge. How does this relate to business and social media? Well, with social media, you are actually on the same stage as the big boys, but you get to start off in your little section of that stage. You are listening t the big boys play and carry on at the same time you are entertaining your fans.
My point is that your fans are your fans. They may be fans of the bigger band at the same time, but you play a killer version of their song. No matter where you are, your stage is your stage. No matter how small you may think it is, when you start playing, the same ears hear your music.
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Morgan Brown; Co-Founder of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC
I am the Co-Founder and C.O.O of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC. I am a father of two children, one boy and one girl who keeps me moving and shaking on a daily basis. My Family and the outdoors are my first loves, while social media and online marketing are a close second. I pride myself on always being a student of life, the industry, and the overwhelming urge to be as big of a “Class Clown” as possible where applicable.