Engaging Facebook posts for businesses

Engaging Facebook posts for businesses

Businesses have used Facebook to reach their potential customers for many years, and it works well. Whether your goal is to build the reputation of your brand, boost sales, or find new customers, Facebook allows you to do all this with ease. But recently Facebook has decreased the amount of organic reach for pages.

5 tips to control your Facebook News Feed

Facebook_Jan20_BA close friend just messaged you on Facebook. You log on to view it, and suddenly you’re overwhelmed with high school friends (who you haven’t seen in years) boasting about their new diet and cryptic updates from your unemployed cousin. Next thing you know, you’re responding to game requests from your daughter’s playmate.

FYI: Facebook for Business here to help

Facebook_Aug19_BSocial media has become possibly the most important platform for marketing for small and medium businesses. It has provided these smaller companies with a way to compete and possibly beat the big companies. The problem with platforms like Facebook is that they can be hard to master or show little to no initial return on investment.

The winds of change blow at Facebook

“The world is closing in. Did you ever think that we could be so close, like brothers? The future’s in the air. I can feel it everywhere blowing with the wind of change.” The Scorpions had it right in their 1990 song, Wind of Change. Zuckerberg and the Facebook staff must love this song, because Facebook is continuously changing.

The basics of Facebook analytics

It’s pretty clear that Facebook is here to stay, at least for the next few years. As such, many companies now have a Facebook Page that they have set up in hopes of attracting the notice of other users. There is an issue with this however: How do you know what your fans like and don’t like? Facebook can provide the answer through the use of powerful analytical tools.

New FB copyright post is fake

It’s the Facebook age, and boy is this age uncertain. Over 1 billion people have fallen in love with Facebook, and because of this we are subjected to way too much information. Some users share literally everything, and yet are shocked when they find out that Facebook actually owns the rights to everything they share.

Facebook etiquette for SMEs 101

Social media is more or less a requirement these days. New generations, and to a growing extent older generations, are turning to social media sites like Facebook for a way to communicate and connect with their favourite companies. This makes it important for businesses to have a social media presence, on Facebook at least . The problem is, some companies don’t quite get how to use it in the right way.

@facebook.com, your new email address

Social media is here to stay, companies and their customers use it to communicate with one another and build a form of rapport that can traditionally only be built through face-to-face interaction. Facebook is arguably the most popular social media website and is well known for constantly changing features.