Social Media Simplified: 8 Types and How Each Can Benefit Your Business

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Social Media Simplified: 8 Types and How Each Can Benefit Your Business

Social Media Simplified - 8 TYPES

If you’ve ever struggled to properly explain social media to non-users, or even the C-suite of companies, you’re bound to enjoy our featured article this week from our friends at HootSuite. The definition of social media is in a state of constant flux. Popular social relationship platform with 10 million users, HootSuite, says one of their favorite…

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The #1 Mistake On Your Personal Facebook Profile

Facebook Fan Page Hover Card Mari Smith

[UPDATE: December 17, 2011: Now that the Facebook Timeline has rolled out worldwide, the way you access your Employer field has changed. Under your Cover image, there are three possible ways to access your Work and Education details and all the other data that was previously under your “Info” tab. See screenshot below – 1)…

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Essential Guide To Facebook Page Changes [SCREENSHOTS]

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Facebook unveiled major upgrades to fan Pages on February 10. If you have not yet upgraded your Page(s), you can do so here. I recommended choosing the Preview option first to get a feel for what’s changed. However, on March 10, the upgrade will be automatic, so you may as well switch before then to…

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Facebook Ad Targeting – Best Practices

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Facebook Ads is the most targeted traffic your advertising dollars can buy. Sure, we’ve had Google AdWords for some time and they’re very powerful and effective. But Facebook takes the ability to hyper-target – based on a vast range of personalized data – to a whole new level. Given the amount of data Facebook users…

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New Tool Measures Your Facebook Page EdgeRank Score

Facebook News Feed

Getting your Facebook fan page posts seen in the News Feeds is one of the most important – and elusive – aspects of marketing on Facebook. Jeff Widman of BrandGlue.com discovered that some 88% of Facebook users never return to a fan page once they’ve clicked the Like button. Instead, they see and engage with…

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