August 22, 2013

Facebook Object Debugger: A valuable tool for marketers & businesses

by Chris Abraham

If you’re a blogger, content marketer, community manager, website admin, online writer, site owner, or online editor, you’ve no doubt had the experience of your Facebook update showing up without the article’s Title, Description, or a lovely selection of pulled images. To fix this, use Facebook’s Object Debugger, part of the Facebook Developers toolkit. Continue reading

Category: Chris Abraham, Facebook
August 12, 2013

How I shamelessly abuse social media to my advantage

by Guest writer

When you’re a journalist, blogger, or an influential person, you wield a megaphone. Even if you’re not one of those, running Facebook ads gives you that same power for a few dollars.
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Category: Advertising, Campaigns, Facebook
April 24, 2013

Using social media to enhance your brand’s reputation

by Guest writer

As a business doing high-impact social work, it is critically important that your online business reputation be one that is polished and positive. Find out how you can use social media to positively impact your reputation. Continue reading

March 25, 2013

Why Facebook should stop charging to increase the reach of page posts

by Ayelet Noff

With Facebook charging for increased reach for Page posts, the platforms marketing has become less effective for businesses. Read up on Facebook’s current monetization strategies and find out what other options lie in their court. Continue reading

March 14, 2013

Facebook paid sponsored content meets you only halfway

by Chris Abraham

How well do sponsored posts work? In reality, a sponsored post will only take you halfway. Find out how you can reach broader audiences and get the most bang for your buck. Continue reading

March 5, 2013

What’s the value of a Facebook like?

by Guest writer

Gain some insight as to the value of a Facebook ‘like’, plus learn about the SEO approach to social media marketing. Continue reading