Have you tried Facebook Notes?
Facebook Notes now lets profile owners add a cover image, format text and resize photos, then share their notes with anyone.
In this article you’ll discover how to create Facebook Notes and use them in your marketing mix.
Are you using all the admin features?
Facebook pages include many tools to help marketers and business owners get the most out of their business presence.
In this article I’ll share how to use Facebook’s features, tools and settings to manage your business page effectively.
Do you allow comments?
One of a blogger’s toughest tasks is managing the discussions around posts, and determining which comments are valuable and which are spam.
In this article I’ll explore top blog commenting systems and the features that make them a great choice for your blog.
Comment Moderation and Spam
Whenever you post content, it is almost guaranteed you will receive some spam in your blog comments. People will submit comments that are completely irrelevant to the discussion to get exposure for themselves or drop a link to their website.
Are you looking for ways to reach your customers on Facebook?
Because your audience is naturally limited by the area you serve, local marketing on Facebook can be challenging.
In this article you’ll discover nine ways to use Facebook to get more local exposure for your business.
Do you know where to find everything?
Earlier this year, Facebook announced a new design for Facebook Pages. It took a while to roll out, but most Page admins had it by June.
In this article you’ll discover 10 changes to your Facebook Page layout.
Do you change your cover image once a month, or once a year?
Here are 25 awesome examples of cover photo ideas you can use to make your brand stand out (there are also some cover photo best practices at the end of this post).
#1: Get Into the Holiday Spirit or Change With the Seasons
Design cover photos that change with the seasons and the holidays. It’s easy—just experiment with seasonal colors or add traditional seasonal images like leaves or snowflakes.
The auto company Pep Boys, for example, created a simple and festive cover photo for the winter holiday season. It would be easy to create a similar cover photo using a stock photo and free tools from PicMonkey or Canva.
Do your current Facebook engagement tactics need a little more oomph?
With the addition of Story Bump, getting your fans to engage with updates from your Facebook page has become even more important.
Your visibility in the news feed depends on engagement like never before.
If your page is experiencing a drop in engagement, using different post types and making a few content adjustments can bump it back up.
In this article, you’ll find 26 tips, an A-Z guide, for engaging fans on Facebook.
#1: Attract Readers’ Attention to a Point in Your Article
Your fans see a lot of content pass through their news feed in a day and a great title isn’t always enough to spark engagement with an article you post to Facebook.
When you update your Facebook page to let readers know about your new article, include a statement or question that refers to a specific point from the article to drive more clicks, likes, comments or shares.
In this post, the author shared her reaction to a tip from the article to interest readers in clicking through to read the rest.
Are you wondering how to use your personal Facebook profile for your business?
One of the reasons Facebook is effective is the personal connection you can make with people.
In this article I’ll show you 10 ways you can use your personal Facebook profile to impact your business.
Why My Personal Facebook Profile?
Your Facebook profile and Facebook business page can work together today.
On one hand, it’s important for a company to have a professional Facebook business page that’s in line with the company’s messaging, target audience and branding.
But the way you use your Facebook personal profile can also play a role in the success of social media for your business, and this is often overlooked.
First remember that according to Facebook’s Terms of Service, you’re not allowed to use your personal profile strictly for business.
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.