October Small/Medium Business News Recap

Our first ever monthly news recap. Every month, at the end of the month, we’ll provide a recap of some of the hottest stories, just in case you missed them. Read on!
 

Small Businesses Turn to Facebook, Mobile Marketing to Drive Growth:

Read the post to learn about how many companies are turning to free social media market platforms, which ones, why they are avoiding paid promotions and find out if daily deal and review sites will suffer.
 

FCC Updates Small Business Tool for Fighting Cyber Threats:

Small businesses need to take precautions against security threats. Why should they do it?
 

How Small Business Owners Become Cyber Victims:

This article contains 5 tips to create a cyber security policy and why your SMB should do it.
 

The Advantage of the New Twitter Profile Layout:

Learn how to add the new profile layout to your Twitter page and why this enhancement can benefit your SMB.
 

Why Small Businesses need Mobile-Ready Sites for the Holidays:

Many studies point toward consumers using their tablets and smartphones for shopping. Read why small businesses aren’t prepared and what they can do to engage shoppers before the holidays.
 

Lending to Small Businesses Jumped in September:

Why are lenders, such as CitiBank, Sovereign and Citizen Bank approving loans and what does it mean for our economy?
 

Beyond the Basics: 30 Fresh Social Media Tips for 2012:

This article shares best practices for sites like Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn as well as some general social media tips. Since social media changes often, get abreast of the newest tip lists to stay on top of your competition.
 

What do you think were the top stories of the month?

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