Dwindling clients, declining balance sheets and bleak prospects of new clients. Well this has been the story, across the globe – mostly.

Its time to look back at what we left behind in the recent past, when we were trying hard to meet the client deadlines or getting new ones.

Web 2.0 or social media has changed the way business happen today!

Social media may not generate a large amount of leads or be a place for you to run advertisements, but think of it like hanging out socially, where you’re present to engage in discussions that you or others instigate.

Being active in social media goes beyond Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Blogs, YouTube videos, and discussion groups work well, with the only drawback being they can take more time to manage than a Facebook or LinkedIn company page.

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Role of Web 2.0 and Social Media in Accounting Practice
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