Posts Tagged with "facebook"

Facebook Promoted Posts and Other Recent Updates of 2012

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Facebook can be an efficacious marketing tool for businesses if the brand managers controlling the pages are able to use it effectively. To do this, they must have a clear understanding of the platform’s functionality and how it’s evolving. Earlier this year when brand pages were switched to Facebook timeline, we provided you with 15 tips […]

How to Increase Your Facebook EdgeRank

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Do you ever feel like your Facebook posts are just going unnoticed? You post something that you think is really interesting, yet practically no one comments or likes it at all. The reason is probably because you have a low Edge Rank score, which means very few people in your network actually even saw your […]

Photos Tips for Social Media Channels

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Social media, what’s it all about? Well, sharing your status, commenting on the status of others, tweeting and retweeting, pinning and repining, liking stuff, oh yeah, and sharing photos. In fact, according to an infographic published by MBAOnline.com, about 250 million photos are shared on Facebook each day. That’s a lot of photos to compete […]

What’s the Best Way for Me to Interact with Fans Who Like My Facebook Business Page? [VIDEO]

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Kaila Strong answers: “What’s the best way for me to interact with fans who Like my Facebook business page?” Kaila Strong As Senior Director of SEO Services, Kaila oversees both the SEO department and our Internet Marketing Strategists. She works with our expert team to uncover SEO strategies, develop link building campaigns, conduct competitive analysis, […]

What Facebook Interests Mean for Your Business Page

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

We know Twitter has Lists, Google+ has Circles, Pinterest has Boards and now Facebook has Interests. Most users should now see “Interests” on the left side of their News Feed: These Interest lists are a way to tidy up a user’s News Feed and isolate a particular topic or grouping. When I click on my […]