5 social-media mistakes small businesses make

06/2/2010 | Small Business Trends

Too many small-business owners try to shove social-media tasks on to interns or low-level employees that may not have the communication and connection skills necessary to best represent the business, writes Lisa Barone. She also reminds business owners that community building takes place offline as well as on, and that the quality of your business is always more important than how many "friends" you have.

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