Are you wondering how to make it easy for people to share your site or blog content on Facebook?
Which Facebook widgets are best?
But what are the differences and how do you decide what will work best for you? And then how do you install them?
Could you use a little Facebook automation in your life? Well, help is here.
Facebook allows you to schedule your page posts.
Many people cheered this feature because Facebook’s EdgeRank algorithm and other quirks make using third-party tools like HootSuite or SocialOomph for scheduling your posts less desirable than posting manually.
Let’s dig a little deeper and find out some of the nuances of using Facebook scheduled posts.
First, we will give you the steps to schedule your posts and edit them.
#1: How to Schedule Your Posts
Scheduling is easy—just follow these steps:
- Write your post as you normally would. You can attach photos, add links, add YouTube videos, add tags to other pages and events or just include regular text.
The feature officially rolled out in late May.
Many people are wondering where this new advertising option fits into their marketing mix or if it even fits at all.
What are Promoted Posts?
Facebook has enabled you to pay for an individual post to be seen in more of your fans’ news feeds. You have probably noticed the new metric Facebook has on the bottom of every post showing how many people it reached.
Should you open your personal profile with a Facebook Subscribe button? Would a Facebook Group work well for your business?
The simple truth is that Facebook Pages are not being seen as often in the news feed.
Facebook reported that on average, brands reach about 16% of their fans in a typical week through posts. This news has many people wondering if Pages are still a worthwhile endeavor.
Find out how to choose the best marketing strategy that fits your business by answering these simple questions.
#1: Have multiple employees?
If so, I still recommend having a Facebook Page despite the visibility issues. Let’s face it; every marketing channel has visibility issues. You will never reach 100% of your customers all of the time. Facebook Pages have advantages for your business that Groups and the Subscribe button don’t.
Would you like Facebook ads to be a regular part of your marketing strategy?
Wondering what you can do to tweak your ad strategy to get better results?
This article will give you six tips to help improve your return on your Facebook ad investment.
#1: Do Your Research
Watch other Facebook ads and take a look at their techniques.
You won’t be able to see a list of all of the ads that are out there right now, but you can watch the ones that are being served to your demographic. You can see all of the current ads that would target your profile by going to Facebook’s Adboard.
Look at just the Sponsored Stories by clicking on the blue Sponsored stories link.
Business timelines are blooming all over Facebook.
You may have read our recent post about all of the changes.
Take a look at these examples of how businesses are creatively using Timeline.
#1: Adding Interesting Milestones
Interesting Milestones may work better if your company has some history. Coca-Cola, founded in 1886, has the benefit of a long and interesting history, so they can show their products from 1916 and how they have since evolved.
Do you wonder how others use social media to attract customers?
We asked the pros for their hottest social media tips. Here’s their advice to help you power up your social media marketing.
#1: Draw Attention to Your Custom Tabs in the New Facebook Timelines
If you have a special offer on your website, why not use Facebook to showcase your freebie?
With the new Facebook Timelines fan pages, you can no longer have a custom tab as a default landing tab, so now you will have to draw attention to your freebie with the custom tab photo and the custom tab name.
Are you looking for a way to keep pace with the quickly evolving field of social media marketing?
If so, Social Media Examiner has some exciting news…
But first, consider this story.
Imagine your business competing for your state’s “Best Brand” title against huge names such as Target, Dairy Queen and Wheaties.
In fact, Facebook has made many new changes that will impact anyone with a Facebook page.
These changes emerged from Facebook’s fMC 2012 Conference.
The overall message was that Facebook is looking at pages as a “mission control” point (which is where the MC comes from in the conference title).