Building your brand through increased likes is mission critical. Some companies leverage creative but effective ideas to garner more likes and further the sales process. But just as often, simple strategies work just as well.
I see businesspeople acting like they care about something when all they’re interested in is some form of payoff — from likes and comments to sales and referrals. No matter what they seek in return, the insincerity shows through. So, please be aware of the following behaviors that make you look insincere on Facebook, and stop doing them.
Social media maven Mari Smith has come out with a very helpful guide to timeline for pages: a map of the advanced layout with labels explaining how to manipulate all the features.
With all pages converting to timeline at the end of the month, Facebook created a video explaining how to customize timeline on a page.
Traveling at the speed of light, comments on Facebook can make or break a brand situation in a flash, if companies aren’t prepared to talk back.
Here’s how to adjust the privacy of your timeline on without spending too much time doing so.
Here are three signs that someone isn’t heading down the right path in social media.
It’s not just about how many likes a brand gets anymore. New Facebook changes dictate richer, smarter content to reach customers.
Facebook released new guides for public figures and organizations with best practices and tips for getting the most out of their Facebook pages.
If your brand isn’t already highly visible on Facebook, you’re missing out on marketing to the half billion users and potential customers, worldwide.