Much like Facebook recently prompted users to like similar pages when they clicked like on pages’ timelines, it appears that the site is suggesting guests to bring along once users click that they are attending events on the events’ pages.
Facebook is constantly trying to find ways for users to like more pages. The latest, as first reported by sister site Inside Facebook, is by prompting users to like similar pages after they click like on a page’s timeline.
Do you think you’ve got your Facebook page covered? Think again. There are myriad things to check and consider when you’re managing your Facebook page. Luckily, ShortStack came out with a nice infographic showing ways that page administrators can evaluate their pages.
We recently sat down with Chad Wittman, founder of EdgeRank Checker, to talk about his company’s newest product — PostAcumen. Wittman talked about what PostAcumen can offer for major brands on Facebook and how it can solve the problem of return on investment.
Facebook is trying to make life easier for advertisers, allowing page administrators to create new posts from the site’s ad creator tool. As first noticed by aimClear, Facebook has also improved the targeting options for promoted posts.
While Facebook users on iOS devices have had the luxury of Pages Manager to keep tabs on their pages, Android users have not, but it appears that the application has now made its way to those devices — however only in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. First noticed by Inside Facebook‘s Brittany Darwell, Pages Manager shows up in the Google Play store for U.S. and U.K. users, but is not available to them yet.
Odds are you’ve liked a page on Facebook only to regret it a few hours or a few days later. Maybe it keeps posting about itself, or there’s no relevant material out there. Don’t be that page. Kevin Mullett, a social media and search-engine-optimization expert and the director of product development for Cirrus ABS, talked with AllFacebook about the biggest mistakes he’s seen companies make on their Facebook pages. Don’t worry, there’s still time to change for the better.
Running a successful Facebook page is often more about science and accuracy than about socializing. You probably already know this from your personal page: You can post great content at the wrong time or under an unattractive title, and it will hardly be noticed. The AutoCAD WS application Facebook fan page now exceeds 200,000 fans (for a business-to-business app; not a company). I had the honor of working on that fan page from the “create new page” step to the point when it reached 100,000 fans. During that time, I learned a lot, namely that simple tweaks and tricks can leverage your content significantly.
Facebook loves to recommend friends and applications, but now the site has come up with a new way to get users to like more pages. With the Recommended Pages feature within Facebook — as first noticed by sister site Inside Facebook — users can connect to pages based on their check-in histories, as well as catch up on pages recommended by their friends.