How much do small businesses spend on social media outsourcing?

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October 11, 2017 by Paul Dughi

The lure of social media for small businesses is huge.  The promise of a direct connection with local consumers that you can do yourself at no cost is a big promise.  For most who try it, though, they realize pretty quickly that to make an impact, it’s a lot of work and you really do need to spend money.

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Gordon Borrell’s 2017 Local Advertiser study shows the typical small business is spending a considerable amount of money on social media.    According to Borrell, it averages out to $17,191 on social media outsourcing.

Local franchisees average $12,000.  Bars and restaurants average $5,870. Real estate agents bring the average up, spending an average $31,817 annually.

H/T Spots N Dots

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