New York, NY (PressExposure) February 16, 2012 -- Around the nation today, more companies are starting to question whether or not social media might be right for their enterprise. Surveys are showing that many small businesses are getting amazing results and sometimes doing even better than large corporations with millions to pour into this type of marketing. When polled, small business social media users are saying that they get more customers than through almost any other kind of advertising they could do and that they are retaining a very high percentage of these customers who continue to come back and give their repeat business. Since repeat customers are the core of any enterprise today, companies are beginning to sit up and take note, deciding how they want to approach social media in order to harness all that it has to offer. By tuning into their customer's feedback, they are learning that even small changes can have a huge impact and that an online presence can be an excellent way to research their customers' thoughts at no charge to them. This is altering the business landscape as smaller enterprises discover that with the right approach to social media, they are able to drive their profits up, bring their customers closer and really improve their business with a minimal investment of time and money.
For those that are still trying to navigate these new waters, the way can often be fraught with peril of the digital sort. Not all of the small business and social media solutions out there are created the same. Many packages offer very little to help weave together a company's main story with their presence online and the products or services they offer. This is what internet marketing consultant Lauren Proctor believes must be done in order to effectively tap into the power that social media offers. Her approach is one of many, but for her clients it has delivered the kind of results that any small business owner would glow over. Her unending commitment to social media and all it can offer the smaller enterprise is part of what draws successful businesses her way.
To learn more about social media for the smaller enterprise, visit Proctor's site at http://laurenproctor32.com today. Here, many resources are available for free to inspire small business owners and help them educate themselves on what social media can do for their business.
Lauren Proctor 347.926.3232 firstname.lastname@example.org