Scott Sims — October 10, 2017 Follow @bscottsims— October 10, 2017 With 2 billion monthly active users, Facebook reigns as the number 1 social media platform. Especially if you want to increase the visibility of your brand, no other social media site compares. Because Facebook is by far the most popular social media platform for … Continue reading 13 Facebook Hacks You Probably Didn’t Know About
Facebook will stop charging advertisers for clicks on ads running across its Audience Network when people bounce back in less than 2 seconds. Tim Peterson on August 8, 2017 Facebook continues to try to ease advertisers’ concerns with ads running across its Audience Network ad network. After appraising Audience Network publishers’ ad placements last … Continue reading Facebook looks to clean up Audience Network with higher standard for counting clicks
Rachel Hand — August 3, 2017 Follow @GroMarketingLtd — August 3, 2017 Simon / Pixabay How we do business is constantly developing and changing. With new technology comes new marketing tools to help make our work lives easier, freeing up time to spend on the day-to-day running of businesses. The latest tech development … Continue reading Facebook Workplace? Is It Worth It?
Nicole Blanckenberg — July 29, 2017 Follow @https://twitter.com/StoreYaCom — July 29, 2017 If you tackle AdWords and Facebook in the same way, you’re headed for ROI disappointment. Facebook, unlike AdWords, offers advertisers custom audiences, and if used correctly, can payoff in a BIG way: earning it the rightful place of eCommerce’s second leading paid traffic … Continue reading 5 Ways to Hack Facebook’s Custom Audiences for Big Payoffs
Cheryl Strauss Einhorn — June 30, 2017 Follow @CherylEinhorn— June 30, 2017 The Electoral College was originally established to make sure that there was a group of citizens who could make better informed decisions than the masses, in part because at the time of our nation’s founding many Americans were illiterate and ill-informed about politics. … Continue reading Is Facebook The Electoral College of Social Media?
Steven Tulman — June 29, 2017 Follow @StevenTulman — June 29, 2017 Simon / Pixabay Businesses should always know the latest marketing features and how to use them in order to have a competitive edge. Facebook has a lot of features that most businesses still do not know about. The following are three features on … Continue reading 3 Secret Facebook Features Businesses Don’t Know
Susan Gilbert — June 26, 2017 Follow @SusanGilbert — June 26, 2017 Use These 4 Facebook Tools to Increase Your Reach Today I have some Facebook tools to help you improve your visibility and influence. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday. Social media growth has seen a lot of … Continue reading 4 Facebook Tools To Improve Your Reach
Facebook will provide advertisers with lists of publishers on whose sites, apps, Instant Articles and native Facebook videos their ads may appear. Tim Peterson on June 14, 2017 Buying ads from Facebook doesn’t always mean those ads will run on Facebook. They could appear across Facebook’s Audience Network of third-party apps and sites. Even … Continue reading Facebook addresses Audience Network, mid-roll ad transparency problem with publisher lists
Facebook Works To Pop Filter Bubbles by Erik Sass , Staff Writer @eriksass1, May 24, 2017 At first glance, it makes perfect sense to give people more content from their favorite media. Facebook has done so in its Newsfeed feature, but it also raises the risk that users will inhabit increasingly separate and narrow ideological … Continue reading Facebook Works To Pop Filter Bubbles
Sahail Ashraf — May 23, 2017 Follow @Talcontent— May 23, 2017 There was something intrinsically cool about it first. The ‘Like’ that Facebook gave to the world was easy to recognise, universal (a thumbs up means the same in pretty much any language) and also very, very simple. In the heyday of Facebook (it is … Continue reading Like It On Facebook But Earn It Too