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Instagram: Share Your Business Story in Pictures

4 April 2012 | Brooke Simmons | No Comments

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As image sharing apps and platforms explode into the social media space, how can small businesses harness the power of good old-fashioned photo sharing?


Listen to this Social Media for Small Business interview with Brooke Simmons to learn:

  • How small businesses can use Instagram to share their story, their clients' stories
  • How to build a relationship with their target market through images rather than words

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Note: Just days after this episode was recorded, the Android version of Instagram became available.
Here are three articles that cover this new release:

Cat Matson
Suzi Dafnis, Australian Businesswomen's Network
Brooke Simmons
Brooke Simmons

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Brooke Simmons

Brooke Simmons

With an energetic drive to communicate, an inquiring mind and a natural love of people, Brooke Simmons is the model of what a Public Relations consultant should be. Having graduated from Macquarie University with a BA (Comm.) degree, she quickly moved into consultancy work with some of Sydney&rsquo...

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Cat Matson

Cat Matson

Cat Matson is a digital marketing strategist, with a keen interest in social media; a problem-solver, dot-connector; an excellence-seker and performance improvement junkie.

She works with small-medium businesses and franchise networks providing strategy guidance, tools and resources for e...

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Suzi Dafnis, Australian Businesswomen's Network

Suzi Dafnis

Suzi Dafnis is the Australian Businesswomen's Network's Community Director and Chairperson of the Advisory Board. Suzi has been involved with the network since 1995. In 1998, she took over the network from its founder and has since managed and grown the network. She remains its media spokesperson...

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