November 2017

What Not to Do on Your Business Facebook Page

By Steve Nicastro - for Deductr Blog


More entrepreneurs are tapping into the world’s largest social media network: There are more than 70 million businesses now on Facebook, up from about 18 million in 2013, according to Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg during a recent investor call.

Facebook gives businesses a platform to showcase new products and services, promote specials and provide customer service. But with these benefits comes the potential for mistakes that can damage your brand.

Here are five common small-business mistakes to avoid on your Facebook business page:



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In This Issue:

  • Deductr Training Webinar - 11/16
  • Crucial Cyber Security Tips
  • What NOT to Do on Your Facebook Business Page
  • What Are Income Tax Rates?
  • Laff Trax: Finding Humor in Life


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