The contest offers your company the opportunity to showcase its prowess on all things social media. Not only does participating in Social Madness help you gain exposure, there are the bragging rights against companies in your category, and the added bonus of a $10,000 charitable donation to be made on the behalf of each of three national winners.
The Charlotte Business Journal, reached out to some of us local social media practitioners for contribution to their Social Madness blog. This week I share the panel question with with Laura Bell Greeno of WebScout Online Marketing, and my Marketing Squadcast comrade Brandon Uttley, social-media product manager for Sales Performance International.
Where should your small business start when it comes to Social Media? CLICK HERE for all of our answers.