If your business is using social media and content marketing to drive traffic and lead generation, you might be overlooking one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal. As a platform, LinkedIn offers unique marketing opportunities, especially for business-to-business marketers. Guest post by Wendy Dessler, Daily Cup of Tech
As of 2020, there are 1.69 billion users on Facebook, and around 1.3 billion users on Facebook Messenger. Being able to tap into that market can turn your small business from an obscure donkey to a powerful unicorn. If you’re looking to up your game this year, here are seven Facebook marketing trends entrepreneurs should be aware of. – Guest post by Larry Kim, MobileMonkey
Since I published my previous post on Facebook Tagging, I’ve received many questions from readers about their challenges trying to tag photos on Facebook Pages. Many are confused over the lack of notifications, who can be tagged and when. So, I did a few Facebook Page tagging experiments across a number of different Page types to see how or if tagging worked. Here are my discoveries.
Facebook tagging links a person, page or place to something you post, like a status update, photo or app activity. Facebook tagging is a useful feature because it enables you to notify a person or a business when you post something that pertains to them, letting them know that they were mentioned and it makes the post more visible in the news feed to friends or fans of the person or business you tagged if the person has set the post to be visible to friends or public.
Facebook announced the new Timeline for Pages and surprised everyone with them being available immediately! And honestly, there are a lot of changes. But don’t worry – as an admin, you can preview what your page will look like, make the changes you want and tweak for a while. The world will continue to see your current page until you publish or March 30th, when Facebook is migrating all pages to the new format. So you have this month to update your page and create an exciting cover photo.
There is wide-spread confusion about the difference between a Facebook Profile and a Facebook Page and how to effectively use them. I’ve recently had a few friend invitations from profiles using business names. Creating a profile in a business name is frowned upon by Facebook and you run the risk of having your account warned or …
This week I was pleasantly surprised twice by Facebook! Pleasant Surprise Number 1 The first surprise was a credit to my Facebook account for my Ad that I ran for the Get Connected, Get Found tele-clinics in May and June. Recently, we have detected an increase in invalid clicks on Facebook. Your account was impacted …