The BEST social media platform for business (For Leads + $$$)

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The BEST social media platform for business (For Leads + $$$) // So, what IS the best social media platform? I mean, it’s one thing to have a platform you love for personal use but it’s another thing to know which is the best social media platform for business!

Well, in this video I sift through what is available (except podcasting) – the top social media platforms in 2020 and I look at them according to their strengths. I delve into some of the weaknesses but I try to come from a place of helping you understand yourself and how that will help you choose which one to be on.

So if you’re asking what social media platforms should I use? Then come with me as I walk you through all social media platforms and give you a social media platforms explained breakdown!

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7 COMMENTS

  1. To e honest for hardcore marketers and businesses I suggest a pack of tools which Aischedul.com has. Specifically for IG but all great crazy marketing tools

  2. Great video awesome information. I love how the Twitter bird leaves when you don't recommend it. I can see why You Tube is your favorite (yes from I'm from USA) because you are adorable. But what about ugly people like me? I guess I need to make those white board videos.🤷‍♂️

  3. Our favourite platform right now has to be YouTube! The abundance of content makes it tougher for creators but there is so much information and great videos consistently being pushed out ✨

  4. Great video! 👏 I found you through suggested videos and I love your content 🙌 😊 Keep up the great work! 💖

  5. Well done as usual. 🙂 Love the comment about company pages being a waste on LinkedIn because that’s how I’ve always felt. People just aren’t looking to become part of your brand’s community there like they are elsewhere. I’m sure there are exceptions but I just don’t feel like it’s a thing there in general. -Doug

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