People with nefarious intent are unfortunately a reality on Facebook, just as they are in the real world. I believe it’s our civic responsibility to do what we can to thwart their plans and love that Facebook makes it easy it is to report a post or profile…
Facebook announced today that it will be penalizing posts that use engagement baiting e.g. vote for this, like or comment on this, or share this to encourage more meaningful and authentic conversations. Facebook says people are tired of being goaded into interacting, so posts that use this tactic will be shown less in News Feed starting this … Continue reading “Facebook Penalizing Posts That Use Engagement Baiting”
Facebook Analytics helps us leverage data and make better decisions about our product and customer experiences. With true people-based analytics, we can use the facebook analytics to measure and understand how people interact across your mobile app, website, Facebook Page, and more, and ultimately, optimize for growth. Click here to learn the latest about facebook … Continue reading “Need help with Facebook Analytics?”
Kudos to Gleam.io who put together a killer blog post called “The Ultimate List of Facebook Marketing Ideas: 40+ Ideas for Posts, Giveaways & Businesses” which provides 40+ Facebook marketing ideas that cover all the best you can showcase your brand on Facebook, with a particular emphasis on techniques that are becoming more and more … Continue reading “40+ Facebook Ideas for Posts, Giveaways & Businesses”
Did you know that there are 27 FACEBOOK GROUPS that contain the words… “Durham Region Networking”? and that you can refine the search to review only conversations and upcoming events or perhaps #DurhamRegion or individual municipalities names: #Pickering #Ajax #Whitby #Oshawa #Clarington #Scugog #Brock #Uxbridge Facebook networkers beware! Before you jump in a conversation be sure to read the rules – … Continue reading “27 Facebook Groups About Networking in Durham Region”
Facebook Facebook Business announced in their blog yesterday that… Businesses can now build custom audiences from their offline conversion event sets comprised of people who have previously purchased offline. These new types of audiences enable businesses to dynamically re-engage shoppers based on their interactions through offline channels such as stores or call centers. For example, … Continue reading “Facebook Introducing More Ways for Businesses to Drive Offline Outcomes”
If you’re using Facebook for business, it’s best to take a bit of time to understand Facebook’s Rules and Regulations and Policies e.g. Payment Terms Platform Page: How third-party applications / Facebook Connect accesses and uses your data Facebook Platform Policies: Re applications, including Connect sites. Advertising Policies Self-Serve Ad Interface Terms: Promotions Guidelines: Contests, sweepstakes … Continue reading “Facebook Policies & Standards”
Just got a real chuckle over reading Social Samosa’s post… 13 Reasons to Unfriend People on Facebook but caution people to think long and hard before they go ahead and do it because it’s really hard to have any sort of relationship with someone who has said the equivalent of “I don’t want to be friends with you”.
When ever Facebook updates I always check my security settings and suggest you do as well. To find your settings: Click the arrow in the top right corner of your screen Select Settings Click Security + Login on the left-hand side.
To get started on your live broadcast from a computer, click “Live Video” from the top of your News Feed or Timeline or using this link: www.facebook.com/live/create, then follow the prompts to add a description and choose your audience. Here’s the step-by-step guide.
Yesterday, Facebook introduced live audio, saying… We also know that publishers sometimes go live from areas that lack strong network connectivity. Though we alert the broadcaster if their signal is low, Live Audio presents another option for connecting with audiences in real time from low-connectivity areas. Source: Introducing Live Audio
Live video is great and all, but it’s not very useful if most of your audience doesn’t know when you’re planning on streaming. Facebook is addressing that problem by introducing official scheduling feature for Verified pages; users can be notified about videos up to a week in advance. Source: Facebook will now let Pages schedule Live … Continue reading “Facebook now lets Pages schedule Live Video!”
To help marketers keep up with Facebook Business, we create a monthly post chock-full of everything new. Take a look at the monthly round-ups for June, May and April. Keep reading to see new products, updates, resources and courses that launched in July. Source: What’s New on Facebook Business for July 2016 | Facebook for … Continue reading “What’s New on Facebook Business for July 2016”
Kudos to Jason Zada for writing and directing “Take This Lollipop” — a 2011 interactive horror short film and Facebook app, which uses the Facebook Connect application to bring viewers themselves into the film. What are you sharing on Facebook? Visit Take This Lollipop and find out! We dare you MA HA HA HA
Third-party apps like HootSuite just got a little less relevant with an update from Facebook that lets Page admins schedule posts. via Facebook Finally Lets Page Admins Schedule Posts, Have Different Roles.
A new scam targeting Facebook page owners uses Facebook messages and a fake verification page to obtain user logins and passwords. The phishing scam begins with a Facebook message from a “Security Team” profile that uses Facebook’s security logo. The message tells admins that their page is in violation of terms of service and threatens … Continue reading “New Facebook scam targets page owners”