What are your top social media questions?

With London’s Social Media Week well under way, there has been engaging discussions about social media flying around all over the internet. Both individuals and companies have been getting involved in the action. Even Richard Branson has been offering his advice. We enjoyed watching his Social Media Q&A session on Monday which provides lots of useful tips to businesses. Take a look here:



Still have questions about social media? Take a look at this really useful SlideShare presentation by Steven Van Bellegham, which answers some very useful frequently asked questions about social media, from how to get boardroom buy in to social media, to how to react to negative comments:

Has social media week triggered any questions for you? For all the latest information on social media week London, check out their Twitter feed – there’s still a few more days left of @smwldn!

However, we’d like to know what YOUR key social media questions are for your business! So leave us a comment with your social media questions here!

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