Is Facebook making changes for the better?
This past week, Facebook altered a few items that might actually help users rather than the attract the almighty dollar.
Let’s start with ads. Did you know that you could hide certain ads? If you keep seeing ads that annoy you or don’t apply to you, you can tell Facebook that it’s inappropriate. When you hover over the ad you’ll see a small “x” in the upper right-hand. Click the “x” and you’ll view a general list of reasons you might not like the ad. Select whichever applies and Facebook will display another list to choose a more specific explanation of why you do not like the ad. Presto, no more ads from that brand. Continue reading “What? Facebook Changes That Might Help?”
We’ve posted to Facebook so many times that we could do it in our sleep. What’s the best way to share content on Facebook in order to hit the News Feed? As we’ve written before, only a fraction of our content makes the cut.
TrackMaven recently completed a study where they analyzed over 1.5 million Facebook posts. According to their research, here’s the list of things that give your post the best chance to go viral. Continue reading “The Perfect Facebook Post”
Those of you who have Facebook pages or read Jim Devitt’s posts probably know that the social media giant is showing a ridiculously small percentage of your fan page posts to your readers, and that this percentage has been dropping lately. Right now, going by an average of my last few posts, I’m reaching about 4% of my fans. Which is pretty sucky. Continue reading “How to Increase Facebook Visibility”
The new Facebook layout is finally here.
Most of us now have the new Facebook “Look” on our Pages. As with any change, it’s time to do a little housekeeping and update a few things so you can get the most out of your Page. With these tips, you’ll have your Facebook Page in tip top shape in no time at all. Continue reading “Facebook Pages Unveils a New Look”