How has your company approached social media integration?


Our company hasn't done much with Google, Twitter, and LinkedIn. I'm beginning to wonder if it's a fad or if it's something worth pursuing. What has your company tried, and what were the results? I don't think Facebook or Twitter are going away, I'm just not sure that we should invest a lot of time into social media if there's little proof that it would help us with sales.

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We have a Facebook page and a Twitter account, but I'm not sure we're even doing much on Twitter. As far as Facebook the page is probably updated monthly. How is this supposed to help grow our business? I'm in the dark.

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