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Hello Heather, A large group is good for 'watch and learn', while a small group is better to start to make yourself known. You are correct, users should avoid small groups with little activity. I would choose the focused group (no matter the number of members). "
For more information about QR codes and how to use them, here is another link: http://www.bizsugar.com/Marketing/how-to-promote-your-business-with-qr-codes/ I'm checking Facebook Insights to see which type of posts are more popular. Right now, there is more buzz on Facebook than on Google+. But your message can be spread to more people on Google+ than on Facebook. My advice is to test what type of messages go well on every social platform and create a marketing strategy for your business."
The easiest way for a small business to publish content online is to start blogging. I recommend to include a blog section on the business website or create it as a subdomain. Second best thing is to start building a list. Add an optin form on the homepage and then plan newsletter campaigns to tell the audience about the services and products the business is offering. Don't forget to include special promotions, links to blog posts and the social media buttons. Another recommendation is to create videos. It can be product reviews, tips on how to use the products and anything else that is relevant to the business audience. For local business, I recommend to create a page for reviews or testimonials. These are basic steps for a small business to maintain an online presence without feeling overwhelmed by the online marketing strategy."