So that's why I decided to curate the "crème de la crème" of Facebook advertising blog posts I've come across. In no particular order, let's get started.
Social media has become a proven path to building a community of followers around your business. Marketing via YouTube, Facebook and other social media outlets can be a huge driver of new customers as well as referrals from "marketing apostles" who identify with you and who feel personally invested in your future success.
Video Ads Provide Value Shows like Power or Game of Thrones are successful in part because they don't ignore social media
The problem many business owners face is not that Facebook and other platforms are ineffective -- just that, typically, their approach to it is. It isn't enough to create a Facebook page, schedule posts, sit back and hope the following comes.
I'd guess that nearly all of us use Facebook to share pictures, interesting articles and other personal items of interest. But are you also using it to generate a steady stream of ideal clients to your business? If so, are you making the right moves to maximize the enormous benefits that Facebook can bring to your company?
Curaytor's Chris Smith and Jimmy Mackin are masters of Facebook and know how to successfully promote their business and their clients' businesses on the hugely popular social media platform.
If you're like most nonprofit marketing professionals, you already have way too much on your plate. You just can't spend hours preparing your Facebook presence. The good news is that you only need a few minutes to get your Facebook page ready for primetime.
Without valuable, relevant and entertaining content to compliment the core "friend and family" experience on the platform, Facebook loses much of its value to the consumer and runs the risk of harming the user experience.
After the order for likes was made, I decided to check out the page and look at the persons who liked, and when the likes
5. Love and Laugh 7. Get a Following First So, at Shareaholic, we went ahead and asked 13 successful founders and members
One of the biggest challenges nonprofits have is finding content that will resonate with their community. A little know, but powerful way to curate content is with Facebook Interests lists.
One of the biggest challenges nonprofits have is finding content that will resonate with their community. A little know, but powerful way to curate content is with Facebook Interests list.
What Makes An Online Community Awesome? Jon's involvement gave the group legitimacy, but his willingness to release control