Let’s face it – interpreting the results of your Facebook Advertising Campaigns can be tricky if you are not sure what it is you are looking at. Facebook offers you a number of metrics intended to allow you to measure the results. In this article, I am focusing on the lingo you are presented with
If your Facebook page is looking a little bit stale and lifeless then perhaps it is time to get creative and add a bit more energy into your posts. Remember that videos and live streaming posts are still getting the most reach on Facebook, so consider these options when creating new content.
If you have heard me speak on the joys of the Facebook algorithm, then you will know that one of the biggest metrics to gain the most exposure is “communitive posts”. If your posts gain long tail comments then this fuels the algorithm and those posts are shown to more people.
In this webinar, you will learn the answers to these 5 facebook advert questions you should be asking: Who will I target? What am I communicating? Where will I place my advert? Why am I running this advert? How much will I spend? Powered by Eventbrite
My official answer to this question should be “it depends on your target audience”, but if I am completely honest with myself I think that the days of active LinkedIn groups are over. I also believe that with the introduction of the new hashtag/community facility that this will be the nail in the coffin for LinkedIn
Updated May 2018. If you find duplicate Pages for your business when you search for its name, you may be seeing Pages for the locations people made when they checked in. Once you create an official Page for your business, you can claim and merge duplicates to keep your customers’ likes and check-ins in one place.
In my opinion, Facebook stories are going to be HUGE for businesses in the next twelve months, and I am gobsmacked that no-one is utilising this feature.
Do you find it annoying when the videos on your LinkedIn feed start playing automatically? Either on desktop or the mobile app, there is a way to disable them. Instructions for Desktop: Click the small profile picture on the top righthand corner Navigate to privacy and settings Click on site preferences Autoplay video’s > change
Do you run events? If so, then you will find these new Facebook events features really handy. Key areas are: You can now add a video instead of an image for your event cover image – yippee! You can also now add multiple events, and then schedule them to be live on your page at