How to Back Up Small Business Social Media Accounts

By Vangie Beal | Posted June 09, 2011

You don’t actually own any of the business data or materials that you keep on your various social media accounts. If companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google suffer outages, data losses or just go under, you could lose all the time effort and money you've invested in building the social media branch of your business.

The solution to this issue is, of course, to back up the data on your various social media accounts. We'll show you how.


We all know that creating a backup of your hard drive and all your small business data on a regular basis is important -- but have you ever thought about backing up your online and social media accounts? Imagine what would happen to your small business marketing campaigns if you suddenly lost all your online social contacts, history and customer insights.

Read the complete article: The Ecommerce Guide to Social Media Back Ups

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