Facebook organic reach is dead…sort of.
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Facebook organic reach is dead…sort of.
Savvy dealers are turning to low cost alternatives like Facebook and Twitter and other social media outlets as their alternative. Not only is it free, but it can help you interact with your future and existing customers in real-time. It's no secret that Dealers will do just about anything to…Continue
Your Facebook page is a lot like a sports car. It's got a lot of moving parts, requires some dedicated maintenance to stay in working condition, and can be unreliable depending on who made it.
But how do I do all of this? What maintenance do I have to perform? How do I know my page is in good…Continue
Marketers across industries are working to identify the most effective digital practices for engaging users, driving app downloads and increasing conversion rates. While marketers across verticals are working toward the goal of creating more engaging brand experiences across all platforms, mobile marketing strategies can differ by industry.
Here's what has been…Continue
Just like any business, I have potential clients that I reach out to in an effort to see whether my services are a good fit. Recently, a potential client, who I had been talking to but hadn’t heard from in a little bit, suddenly “liked” one of my posts on my personal Facebook profile. While this does happen occasionally, I…Continue
We have all known for a long time that dealerships must be careful about the quantity of posts they publish on their Facebook pages. Inundating a Facebook user's News Feed with content - even quality content - can easily get you hidden. Facebook users primarily want to use the social network to find out…Continue
Create Auto-Populating Lead Forms That Use Customer Facebook…Continue
Added by Philip Zelinger on April 23, 2014 at 1:28pm — No Comments
Facebook is always evolving. As it’s being developed (by hundreds of developers across the world), not every change is publicly announced. Instead, most changes simply abruptly appear on Facebook.
One of the most recent changes that may have gone unnoticed is the newly added “total likes” for posts, now displayed under the…
Added by Erin Ryan on April 21, 2014 at 7:03am — No Comments
In a recent announcement by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, it was revealed that Yahoo will soon stop allowing its users to login using their Facebook or Google credentials. This move is an effort by Yahoo to better control its…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on April 8, 2014 at 10:36am — No Comments
If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, there's little doubt that Twitter is smitten with Facebook. Or at the very least, the 140-character service loves aping Mark Zuckerberg's creation.
But in the cut-throat social sharing world, where Facebook literally is the 800…Continue
Instagram, already owned by Facebook (the hugest), is growing at a pace that doesn't seem likely to slow down any…Continue
Over the last few weeks, Facebook has been buzzing as it rolls out new features and updates. Some are aimed at creating a better experience for users, like the updated look of the timeline, while others, such as the identification of which administrator posted on a page are useful for page owners.
I rather enjoy the look of the new timeline. The larger images and grouping of similar items side-by-side do improve the experience from my perspective.
Marketers have been waiting for the day when Facebook would create a tool that could ease the ability to access client Facebook Pages. Now, that day is finally coming. Business Manager is a platform intended for brands and agencies to access data and allows marketers to apply information from one location.
There are many different ways a business can use Facebook Ads, from multiple automated ads to boosting individual posts. But the newest form of post page engagement is by scheduling them in advance.
If you use Facebook pages, you may have noticed that some of your posts that were scheduled seemed to have not gone out in the past few days or display an error. This is most likely due to the recent upgrade Facebook has made to its…
On February 24, 2014 Facebook added a new wrinkle to the process of one Page tagging another Page. Previously, such tags would only appear in the newsfeeds of those who were fans of the tagging page. But with the…Continue
Yet again, we are looking at new changes to the Facebook Newsfeed. This time last year, Facebook showed off a concept redesign and overhaul of its look to users. This time around, however, there won’t be too much of a noticeable difference.
Yet with every change to social networks, especially Facebook, as a digital marketing company or Facebook user,…
If you’ve been above ground at any point during the past week, you probably heard about Facebook’s staggering$19 billion acquisition of private messaging service What’sApp. Last Wednesday, Mark Zuckerburg bought his most expensive Facebook friend - the largest Internet deal in …Continue
Added by Stephen Jackson on February 24, 2014 at 8:25am — No Comments