Rich Brooks, founder of Marketing Agents, invited me to chat about getting started with Facebook Ads. We discuss a number of topics, but mainly focus on these questions: What kinds of things should I be looking to accomplish with my advertising? How do you get started with Facebook Ads? What’s the best place to start? […]
Everyone hates change, even though it’s the norm with Facebook. The biggest gripe about the new Facebook Page layout? The fact that custom apps are now tucked away under the info box (see for yourself on this page). But it doesn’t matter because all the action is in the news feed. 26 timeline visits in 30 […]
You know photobombing, when a random stranger hijacks your family photo? Well now you can do that with Facebook Pages. Starting today, Facebook Page posts might be seen by fans of similar Pages simply by tagging those Pages in the post. Andrew Song, a Product Manager at Facebook writes: When a Page tags another Page, […]
PostRocket created this brilliant infographic explaining how Facebook ranks your Page updates in News Feeds.
It seems like all the “experts” tell us is to post photos on our Facebook Page to get more likes, comments and shares. Text updates aren’t as sexy, but they can be equally as effective. Why bother posting text updates on your Facebook Page? Why should you care about posting text updates when the research […]
Facebook’s enhanced News Feed and Ticker has changed the engagement game for Facebook Page admins. And those who know the rules of the game will be able to get more results simply by shifting strategy. Facebook now has two News Feeds Facebook users now have two News Feeds in one (the Ticker and the main […]
When you publish content on your website, visitors have to go to that specific webpage (a single location) to view that content. Nothing else at that moment is competing for that visitors attention (unless you have a bad design). But when you publish an update on your Facebook Page, most of the time fans are viewing […]
Your fans don’t go to your Facebook Page to read your latest post. They don’t go to your Facebook Page to like or comment on your posts either. It All Happens In The New Feed Facebook users stay connected to their friends (and Pages they’ve liked) by scrolling down their News Feed, which is the […]