Need some inspiration to pump up your Facebook marketing?
As the Facebook news feed continues to change, it’s important to figure out how to make the platform work for you.
In this article I’ll share Facebook pages from both large and small brands, and tips to incorporate their tactics into your Facebook marketing plan.
Are you confused by the latest changes?
Recent changes made to Facebook’s ad campaign structure can affect how you set up and test your ads.
In this article you’ll discover how to set up a Facebook ad campaign in the new structure.
Would you like to learn the secret of their Facebook success?
While we’d never advocate copying your competitor’s posts exactly, it’s helpful to monitor and study the posts of your competition.
You may get ideas on how to tweak your own posting strategy to build on what’s working for someone else.
In this article I’ll show you how to research what your competition is doing on Facebook so you can study what works and model it on your own page.
Do you know whether Facebook post frequency or content has a bigger impact on engagement?
Here at Social Media Examiner, we did some testing, and dug into our Facebook metrics.
What we found are some very interesting things about Facebook reach, posting frequency and what matters most to get the engagement you want.
In this article I’ll share what we tested and how you can find your own data and determine what works best for your own audience.
What Should Your Facebook Post Frequency Be?
Facebook has changed the news feed algorithm, that’s for sure–everyone is talking about a decline in reach. Since fewer of your fans may be seeing your posts, what worked in the past may not work now.
Are you confused by Facebook’s advertising options?
Do you know when you should use boost posts vs. promoted posts?
Understanding the similarities and differences between boost and promoted posts helps you make better budget decisions.
In this article you’ll discover the differences between the boost post and promoted post options, and how to choose which is right for your marketing efforts.
Why Pay to Have People See Your Posts?
You’ve probably heard the news that Facebook has decreased the organic reach for pages. That means that to be seen in your community’s news feed, you need to spend some money on Facebook ads.
But should you boost or promote your posts? I say it depends. Base your decision on which posts are helpful to your audience and further your goals on Facebook.
You don’t need to pay for every post—just choose the best ones. Use the tips below to help you decide which posts will help you the most.
Is quality Facebook traffic important to your business?
Use these five steps to help you get more traffic Facebook to your website.
#1: Make Sure You Have a Steady Stream of Shareable Content on Your Website
If you have a website that never changes, you’re going to struggle to get much traffic to it. Posting links to the same page on your site over and over is as futile as Sisyphus rolling the boulder up the hill.
These days, the name of the game is content marketing and you had better figure out how your business can participate.
The fresh, new content you post on your site is important—not only for social media marketing, but also for search engine optimization. Google rewards sites featuring fresh content with higher ranking. But you don’t have to post epic blog articles three times a week to win at the content marketing game. Posting something new and helpful once a week or even once a month can benefit your website traffic.
Are you struggling with getting engagement or reach on your Facebook posts?
You may have heard that you need to post more photos or more questions or more photos with questions…
But what really works best for your audience?
In this article, you’ll learn how to find out which types of Facebook posts work best for your page.
Running controlled experiments from time to time will help you discover what works on your page so you won’t have to take someone elses word for it.
It’s also a great way to help you come up with a posting structure that may help you streamline your content creation in the future.
#1: View Insights for Ideas
In your Insights section, you do have some data on your best post types (under Posts), but that can be a function of what types of content you have been posting lately. So you may not get the whole picture if you haven’t been posting many links recently. But it’s a good place to start your investigation.
In this article I’ll reveal Facebook applications that can help you easily add functionality to your Facebook page.
How Do Facebook Apps Work?
Before we get started, let’s review how Facebook apps (also known as custom tabs on Facebook) pages work.
Custom tabs are installed manually on your Facebook page and show up underneath the cover photo. If you’re visiting a page that has more than four tabs, you can click the down arrow on the right side of the tab cover photos to reveal them all.
Are you wondering how the new Facebook promotion changes might benefit your business?
Facebook has made a huge shift in how they allow contests to be run.
Keep reading to discover what your options are and how other businesses are responding to these new changes.
For years, Facebook has been saying that promotions and contests needed to be run through an application and not on your timeline (or wall, as we used to call it).
You were not allowed to ask people to like or comment on a picture or a post to be entered to win.
But now that has all changed.
Facebook announced on August 27 that they’ve changed their Pages Terms to make it “easier for businesses of all sizes to create and administer promotions on Facebook.” They’re allowing pages to run contests and promotions on their own timelines (you cannot run contests on a personal timeline). Per Facebook, businesses can now:
- Collect entries by having users post on the page or comment/like a page post
- Collect entries by having users message the page
- Utilize likes as a voting mechanism
Now businesses with a Facebook page have a lot more options and can run a contest very quickly and easily by posting text or a photo and asking people to comment and/or like it.