Welcome to Episode 17 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! Phil McGregor stumbled upon the magic formula for effective, inexpensive Facebook advertising and he’s now got the second highest ad spend in Australia as a result. His clients are throwing money at Facebook Ads because they are getting incredible returns. Find out their secrets to success […]
This week I interviewed Donna Hamer from Fanpage Competitions. Donna shares her inspiring story, awesome tips for WAHPs and her passion for helping small businesses use Facebook to grow their following and client-base.
Has your Facebook page inbox been spammed since the new timeline came into being? My guess is “yes.” Or maybe you’ve sent someone a message and are unsure if it was appropriate or not. Here’s a key pointer to help you figure out how to use Facebook Page messaging to network your business.
I think sometimes we over think how to use social media for our businesses. It is easy to get caught up in the numbers and sales and forget that really, it’s about connecting and conversing, sharing and experimenting.
In the past few months there has been a real trend towards trying to gain as many “likers” as possible under the premise that more likers=more prominence, credibility etc. In this article I’d like to talk about the idea of engagement as a networking tool. How can you network with other businesses so that genuine “likes” (and therefore leads) result?
In the wake of the drama surrounding Facebook suspending businesses from posting on other pages, we thought it might be helpful to give you a few tips on “liking” etiquette, because if you’re not careful, a lack of thought in how you interact with other Facebook pages could be detrimental to your business.
Due to the massive response to our blog post received yesterday, I’ve provided a list of definitions that will help you understand what some of these tagging games are and show you why Facebook may flag these as spam. Marches A silent march or bus trip works something like this: You tag your business page […]
Of late there has been a bit of a trend towards silent tagging, silent “marches,” tagging games and “Liking parties” on Facebook. While it might be tempting to join in on all the fun, it can be counterproductive to your business if you find yourself banned from posting on others’ pages for two weeks (which is what has just happened to two legitimate businesses I know of).