There are a whole lot of "hacks" for Facebook business pages out there, and most of them are crap. General advice like "use good photos" isn't a hack, it's just general advice. So we're taking a stand for the high-quality hacks that are actually out there: It's time that people get some real tricks to use when updating their Facebook strategy, and we've got a few Facebook marketing hacks about just what you can try to improve your engagement numbers.Read More
Facebook is a powerful platform for any marketer, a forum that can not only reach millions of people at any given moment, but one that allows you to narrow your audience to desirable potentials. So what gives? Your ads aren't making the mark you hoped they would, and you feel like you're barely a blip on the radar in your respective industry. You've got Facebook ads, but they aren't converting at the rates you were aiming for - or, even worse, aren't converting at all. It's time to take your marketing temperature and make sure you're using these 5 proven strategies for a killer Facebook ad campaign:Read More
In a perfect world, we would have unlimited budgets and time to invest in whatever social media projects we wanted for amazing results. This world is...more complicated. And while using several different social media platforms at once can be very effective, we understand if you only have enough resources to concentrate on one or two. Which leads us to the pressing question: If you can invest in the ultra-popular Facebook or the ultra-popular Instagram, which should you choose? Here are some factors to help you make the tough decision of Facebook vs. Instagram for your time investment.Read More
Recently TrackMaven, surveyed what data are most important to digital marketers that will show that their efforts are successful. Among the highest ranking results were social media analytics which is not shocking for what marketing looks like today. This also shows how important it is to keep up in this ever changing world that is social media marketing, inbound marketing, content marketing, digital marketing etc...Read More
Facebook has released yet another new feature, and this one is called Facebook Latest Conversations, with a bit of community integration borrow from the likes of Twitter.
LC is pretty simple to understand: When you go to the search bar on Facebook, Latest Conversations will pop up as a search category. Plug in a phrase, and it will bring up all the latest Facebook posts about the subject with a high rate of contacts. These conversations can be pulled from anywhere around the world, no matter if you connected or not, and additional information like how many people are involved in the conversation is provided.
While Facebook Latest Conversations could turn into a, "Let's see what celebrities are saying about this now," we're hopeful that it could help out business brands. So let's look at why we're excited – and why we still have some questions about how this feature works.Read More
If you're a regular on Facebook as well as their social media rivals Twitter and Instagram, you may notice an unusual difference between the sites' feeds. While hashtags are a familiar occurrence in the fast-paced user interfaces of the latter two, Facebook hashtags are notably sparse on Facebook itself. Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg is somewhat notorious for keeping his proverbial cards close to the vest, at least in terms of metrics. That means that hard data for hashtags on Facebook is elusive, and we may be watching a trend that defies accurate charting even as it begins the slow digital fade into obscurity. So what gives? Hashtags are clearly a proven concept in the marketing sphere, users are clearly responding to them, and Facebook remains popular as a platform - why aren't the pieces connecting?Read More
Movement is the new marketing, and videos are emerging as the most dependable footholds in an increasingly chaotic ad space. How dependable, you ask? Forbes recently highlighted an INC study that predicts a staggering 90% of all web traffic will be video-based by 2019, while Google-owned video powerhouse YouTube reports mobile video consumption sees 100% growth each year. With those kinds of numbers reinforcing the popularity of this relatively new marketing tool, it's little wonder that Facebook is climbing on board the video marketing train.Read More