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Point is, even if your business concept isn’t exactly groundbreaking, execution is what’s going to set you apart. Here’s what the guys from an awesome startup called Crew have to say about this:
And these days, if you’re planning your new business, it makes sense to consider how that business will flourish in the online world, and, in particular, how it’ll be represented on social media. After all, there are approximately 2.8 billion users flocking social networks. That’s a lot of people, and a lot of potential revenue.
Besides, in 2015 alone, social networks garnered over 8.3 billion dollars from advertising. This is to show how many companies are investing money into social platforms like Facebook or Twitter.
Now execution is what counts, and a good deal of your potential buyers are on social media — along with a long list of bad moves that can ruin your chances of expanding your business. That list is what we’ve got for you right here.
We’re going to start by pointing out some of the mistakes beginners tend to make, and how you can avoid them. Let’s get into it!