Tips for Your Facebook Business Page

Advertising your services and products on Facebook seems easy, but take the time to use basic advertising principles when you create your Facebook Page. You know of Facebook for interacting socially and for promoting business brands. Did you know that you can also use...

Boost Your SEO on Facebook

Boosting your presence on Facebook can also increase your Search Engine rankings if done correctly. Facebook page marketing is quite effective if you avoid some common pitfalls. The day of the company website may be fading. While websites are still very much in use,...

One Click Will Enable Your Facebook Timeline

One click is all it takes to access the new Timeline feature on Facebook. You’ll have a full week to edit your page and get it just right before you publish it and take it live. Keeping up with the latest features on Facebook is crucial to your social media success....

Should Facebook Stop Feeding Tweets to Facebook?

Are you tweeting your tweets to Facebook? If you are you may want to consider some of the downsides of using any RSS feed into your Facebook Posts. Prevent Sending Friends Steady Streams of Twitter Sewage. Most business are instructed by some “speaker” or...

Facebook Users Spend More Time than Google Users

Facebook and Google are different platforms, yet each presents an avenue to many users. When determining whether or not you will choose to open a Facebook page to represent your business concerns, consider that the average Facebook user is on the Facebook site for an...

Managing Facebook Comments

When you have a Facebook page in place you know that there will be traffic and that traffic will leave comments. Some will be positive commenting and some may be negative. Part of your page’s traffic might be communication among your ‘friends’ and not directly with...

Use Facebook to Increase Your Email List

Although social media is the way to spread the word about your growing business, you will still want to keep an email list with which to contact your potential and current customers and contacts. Email has unique capabilities for marketing that don’t exist in the use...

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