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Small Firms Say LinkedIn Works, Twitter Doesn't

February 1, 2013
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Six out of 10 small business owners say they believe social media tools are valuable to their company's growth, but most aren't impressed by Twitter. Just 3 percent of 835 business owners surveyed earlier this month by The Wall Street Journal and Vistage International said Twitter had the most potential to help their companies.

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