Facebook recently announced that it would implement a new feature that would change the way people used the social media giant. Limited to beta testers, Graph Search made its debut to the social media world with a spark of controversy. It seems people didn’t realize just how public and tangible their information had become.
Graph Search is an eye-opener all right. Now I can find pictures a specific friend has liked, or places they’ve recently traveled and checked in to.
As first seen on SocialMediaToday.com.
Social media has revolutionized marketing in a short amount of time. One key ingredient to successful marketing of your product or brand is maximizing your potential profits from social media outlets. Many business owners get caught up in the mechanisms of social media and forget that it can, and should, be used to drive their revenue.
Take a look at the chart below, because it has some pretty interesting stats. I’m seeing for my page that posting every day works quite well, and multiple times per day doesn’t seem to sway things one way or another. As always, this report isn’t market specific so test it out for youself, but it does give a good basis to go off of when you’re deciding how active your page is going to be.
Alterian’s 8th annual survey shows some pretty scary results for businesses using social media, or not using social media. Is your brand one of the 70% that feel at-risk in this new socially connected world? What are you currently doing to actually take part in the conversion and monitor the discussion around your brand.
No one likes landing on a page and instantly being bombarded with sales pitches. Loading a page and being smacked in the face with headlines reading, “BUY THIS NOW!”, “SALE SALE SALE!!”, “LIMITED TIME ONLY!”, or any traditional “sales-pitchy” wording is the quickest way to get me off of your page faster than you can offer me a discounted discount on your discount.
If you’re trying to get more fans to visit your facebook fan page, there’s a little plugin you need to know about if you’re using Gmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL, or any other web-based email client. It’s called WiseStamp.
How many emails do you send per day? Probably too many, like the rest of us. And how many emails have you seen with over-sized and unattractive email signatures that doing everything except get you to click on them? Well, those days are over.
Well as a big snow storm has been pounding the Northeast, I find I am in desperate need of something to warm me up. Like I said, I am covered in snow and in
desperate need of something to defrost my life. So while searching for a Fan Page for this week’s Fan Page Friday, I finally decided on everyone’s favorite (well, most people’s favorite) coffee shop on a cold winter day, Starbucks.
There are many ways for you to promote your page on Facebook; one way is the “Tell your Fans” button on the Marketing Tab of your Page Manager. You can import your email contacts and invite them to your Fan Page but be careful, choose your invitations wisely because sometimes it will be considered as a Spam by others.
Hey guys! Well here is installment #2 of Fan Page Friday, where every week we take a look at a different Facebook Fan Page and talk over what they are doing right, what they are doing wrong, and what we can all learn from them.
How will you protect your Fan Page from being Shutdown?
I know a couple of people that had their Facebook account shutdown because they were either mass friendly people through their profile which is not something that I recommend you to do. But anyway, for just various reasons, if you built certain things in Facebook, you need to do it according to their Rules and Regulations. If you happen to break one of those rules, they will shutdown your account and you’ll never get your Fan Page back, all your fans will be gone and all the work that you did will be history. So, I am here to give you a quick and easy new tip on how to protect your Fan Page from being shutdown. All you have to do is create another ADMIN that would have a control over your Fan Page, it maybe either one of your friends, your brother or sister, your spouse. Someone that you can trust and won’t mess your stuff up.