On Tuesday, President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will square off in the second of three debates. If you can’t be at Hofstra University for the event, you can still have your voice heard.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, NFIB, and Facebook continue to educate small businesses on how to best use social media to engage with customers and expand to new audiences.
The U.S. Chamber continued a weeklong push to highlight their plan for jobs by employing a first-ever tactic in the advocacy space, a Twitter worldwide promoted trend.
The U.S. Chamber launched a groundbreaking new advocacy campaign to ensure that job creation be the primary focus in Washington.
The U.S. Chamber/Facebook/NFIB "Small Business Boost" road show made its latest stop yesterday in Loudoun County, VA and like Monday's event in Atlanta the program drew a large crowd of enthusiastic local business owners.
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce President Tony Howard had this to say
By now you’ve heard of Twitter. You know someone who’s a fan of the uber-popular micro-blogging tool, or you’ve seen it used by businesses and brands that you interact with. Perhaps you’ve gone so far as to become one of the 200 million people who have a Twitter account, but you’re still trying to figure out how it can help your business.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when using Twitter for your business:
Later this afternoon when President Obama conducts his Twitter “townhall” he’ll be met online by thousands of Americans asking one simple question: “Will you help businesses and free enterprise create jobs by getting government out of the way?”
We’re encouraged by the White House’s enthusiasm for