Have you thought about how fake entries can hurt your campaign?
Left unchecked, phony entries can negatively impact your contest and drag down your page’s reach and credibility.
In this article you’ll discover how people cheat, and more importantly, how you can guard against prize hunters.
The Ugly Truth About Facebook Contest Fraud
With Facebook’s recent changes to its news feed algorithm, it’s harder to reach your audience organically. If you can’t reach your audience, you lose interactivity and engagement–and your spot in the news feed.
A Facebook promotion (i.e., a contest or giveaway) is widely thought to be a good tactic to get people’s attention, engagement and more eyes on your page. But if you’re planning to host a Facebook promotion, be aware of potential fraudulent behavior so you can protect your fans and your brand.
Are you interested in adding a bit of splash to your social media marketing mix?
Google+ Hangouts has addressed this issue.
It might be the versatile platform you’ve been waiting for to help capture the attention of an even bigger slice of potential customers.
With Hangouts, you can:
- Video chat instantly with up to nine people.
- Share documents and other files with the group.
- Watch a YouTube video together and chat alongside it.
- Share your screen with others.
- Record sessions for viewing later.
- Broadcast the chat live to anyone.
How to Get Started
Do you understand how the law could impact your activities?
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One of the best ways to grow your business is to give stuff away.
Whether your business is a small enterprise, a website or blog, or a large multinational company, hosting giveaways is sure to increase traffic, awareness and potential new readers or customers.
We all want to see our Facebook Page skyrocket in numbers. And, there are many tactics for doing so. However, the fact is that numbers don’t necessarily equate to engagement and return on investment.
In the short run, an increase from 1,000 to 10,000 fans might look great to your boss or client, but when the fans start dropping off at a rate of 100 or 200 per week, and nobody answers the questions you put on your wall, you may not look like quite the hero anymore.