Are you ready to try ad targeting?
Using the right tactics to deliver and follow up on social media ad campaigns generates better quality leads.
In this article you’ll discover five tips to improve your social media ad campaigns.
Have you considered dark Facebook posts?
Dark (unpublished) posts are a great way to tailor different messages to various audiences without posting multiple messages to your page timeline.
In this article you’ll discover four ways to use dark Facebook posts for your business.
Why Dark Posts
Before getting into how to use dark Facebook posts, it’s important to understand what dark posts really are, and just as importantly, what they are not.
Dark posts (also known as unpublished posts) are not the same thing as targeted posts, but they do have much in common. They both allow you to promote posts to specific fans of your page. However, there are two main differences.
Are you aware of all of the targeting options Facebook offers?
Facebook offers so many ways to target potential customers, there’s a right advertising option for every business.
In this article you’ll find 21 ways to target specific audiences with Facebook advertising.
Do you want a way to get more post interaction without advertising?
Using the Facebook Targeting for organic posts puts your updates in front of the people who are more likely to share, like or comment on them.
In this article I’ll compare the results of using the Facebook Targeting feature for both a small and a large Facebook Page.
What Is Targeting?
You may be familiar with Facebook ad targeting, but did you know you can also target any of your posts to a certain demographic?
Are your Facebook posts optimized?
How and when you post on Facebook makes an important impact on how fans engage with your content.
In this article you’ll discover 6 ways to optimize your Facebook posting tactics.
#1: Include Properly Sized Images
You’re probably already posting plenty of pictures. After all, Facebook posts that include images outperform text-only updates. But are your images the right size? Do they look good when shared on Facebook?
Do you know how to edit a post once it’s scheduled?
Scheduling your posts works well when you can’t be online 24 hours a day, but what happens when you need to make a change?
In this article you’ll discover how to schedule and edit your Facebook posts (using Facebook) to save you time.
#1: Schedule Posts
Facebook’s scheduling feature can be a lifesaver when you have basic updates to share over a period of time or if you’ll be out of the office. Instead of tediously going into Facebook every day (possibly a few times every day), you can type in your update, customize a few settings, hit Schedule and you’re done!