Do you want to learn the fundamentals of Facebook pages?
Do you need to know more about Facebook ads?
Facebook offers free training to help page admins understand everything from business page basics to Facebook ad policies with its Facebook Studio Edge site.
In this article I’ll share an overview for each course and highlight the most useful information.
Have you downloaded the newest Facebook Pages app?
The most recent update to the Facebook Pages app lets you quickly see important data about your Facebook page.
In this article you’ll discover how eight updates to the Facebook Pages app make managing your page on the go a lot easier.
Why Install the Facebook Pages App?
While you can use the traditional Facebook app to keep up with the pages you manage, it’s not nearly as efficient as the Facebook Pages app. The basic Facebook app is meant to let you keep tabs on friend and social updates—it doesn’t really offer a lot of options for managing your page.
Are you looking for ways to find that saved content?
Depending on the type of device you’re using, Facebook save can be time-consuming or frustrating.
In this article I’ll share four easy ways you can use the Facebook Save button for saving articles you’re interested in reading later.
Avoid the Hassle of Missing Content With the Facebook Save Button
Your Facebook connections and favorite pages offer some really great content–but you don’t always have time to read it so you want to save it for later. If you’re like most people, you haven’t found an easy or efficient way to do that.
Are you using networking apps to connect online?
Networking with the right people can make your brand stronger and more responsive.
In this article you’ll discover how seven networking apps to build relationships.
Do you want to display all of your social media updates in one place?
Streaming social updates to a social hub encourages your audience to share more, in real-time.
In this article you’ll discover three tools that pull your social conversations to a single hub.
Why Use a Social Media Hub?
Using social channels independently simply won’t do the job anymore.
Social media—including your website or blog—rely on interaction, so why isolate each conversation? Bringing them together in a single place (a hub) has a bigger impact and motivates your audience to converse across platforms—carrying your message to an even wider audience.
Social hubs bring a whole new dimension to your social media marketing. You can use them for everything from displaying cross-platform updates on a big screen at a live event to embedding multiple social media timelines in your website.
Are small tasks taking up too much of your time?
When you know where tools can help you most, you can decide which tools best suit your needs.
In this article I’ll address three time-consuming areas and share social media tools to help you save time.
#1: Streamline Daily Tasks
Not every task is created equal. It would be so helpful to have an organizational tool that lets you work more efficiently and effectively, wouldn’t it?
HootSuite, Sprout Social and SocialFlow are all tools that fill the bill. They help you streamline some of the more basic items on your daily list so you can have more time to spend on your growing to-do list.
Do you want to use video to market your business online?
Are you looking for video tools to get you started?
With today’s tools, creating professional video is easier than you think.
In this article you’ll discover tools and resources to create videos that you can use to market your business right now.
#1: Do It All on Your Apple Device
The newest versions of Apple’s iPhone and iPad let you shoot 1080p, HD-quality video using iMovie—their free, built-in moviemaking software. iMovie is fairly simple to use and lets you to create slick videos and upload them to YouTube or Vimeo on the spot.
Before you jump into moviemaking, first make sure you have a method for holding the iPhone or iPad steady. (Nothing is more distracting than a shaky camera!) Use an after-market tripod attachment or add-on to ensure you get steady shots with your mobile device.
When was the last time you changed the way you share news and updates?
When you present your content in new, engaging and interactive ways, it stands out in a constant stream of competing information.
In this article you’ll discover five free tools to help you avoid the same tired ways of sharing content.
#1: Make Your Images Interactive
ThingLink‘s fun, dynamic, visual format draws attention to your updates.
You can add text or multimedia overlays to any of your photos or images, but what makes this tool more interesting than others is that the results are interactive.
Viewers hover over icons to watch a video, listen to an audio file, link externally, complete a poll and more.
Home Depot uses ThingLink images to share room and home décor DIY suggestions and tutorials. For example, they overlaid this photo of a DIY Sawhorse Table with the prices of all the pieces you’d need to make it and links to a blog detailing the process. The links become visible when you hover over the image.
Do you need new tools to help you?
The right tools make it easier to see if Google+ is a viable marketing platform for your business.
In this article you’ll discover four tools to track the analytics behind Google+, identify your key audiences and boost engagement.
Google+ has over 300 million users, the ability to search social content and almost double the engagement of Twitter. In fact, Google+ is a close second behind Facebook.