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Facebook Marketing

Facebook MarketingStarting Janaury 13, work with the group marketing manager of social media at Microsoft/BingAds to build a fan base and grow your business on Facebook! In this course, Geoffrey Colon will teach you how to set up and enhance your company page, understand best practices and measuring your success, execute a monthly content strategy, and incorporate Facebook into your overall marketing efforts. Register now!

Nearly 20M Facebook Interactions During Wimbledon

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The 2013 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament is in the books, with two first-time champions having been crowned — Andy Murray of the U.K., marking the host country’s first Wimbledon winner in 77 years, and Marion Bartoli of France — and Facebook Consumer Content Manager Alex Walker and Data Editor Robert D’Onofrio reported in a post on the Facebook Newsroom that there were nearly 20 million global interactions (posts, comments, and likes) leading into the final matches.

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Wimbledon On Facebook: Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova Tops In PTAT

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With the Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament in full swing, Rafael Nadal was the most-talked-about male player between June 24 and July 1, according to data from Facebook, while the people talking about this leader for women was Maria Sharapova, and the most-talked-about moment was unranked Steve Darcis’ stunning upset of Nadal in the tournament’s first round.

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How Do The World’s Top Tennis Pros Perform On Facebook?

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Tennis stars Serena Williams and Roger Federer may be two of the top athletes in the world on clay or grass, but how well can they do on Facebook? Quintly (formerly AllFacebook Stats) wanted to find out. The social analytics firm put the Facebook pages of the top 10 men’s and women’s tennis players to the test, finding that while the men have bigger fan bases, the women are better about interaction.

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