Never stop thinking of the next move!

We were going to talk about engagement today, but noticed something BRAND NEW (this post was originally written in July) on certain pages that we want to address while it is still new. We were on one of the pages that we manage and we noticed a new notification from Facebook. The statement said “Very responsive…

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Introduction to the User Side of Facebook

We have gone through all of the basic steps of the business side of running a Facebook page, but we think that it is way more important to understand the user side of Facebook better. As we have said many times before, Facebook’s only desire is to show a user the best content for them, at the…

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Introduction to Facebook Groups

Facebook groups are a very funny feature. Years ago Facebook turned off the ability to add all of your friends to pages at once. For a long time this was not turned off on groups, but while it was eventually turned off it is still possible to add someone to a group without their permission.…

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Browsing to Buy Tip 2: Create a Tribe

Earlier we spoke about a way to get your organic posts to be seen by more people, have a content campaign running that gets engagement for very cheap. Now, it’s time to take that to the next level. To gain the trust of your audience you should run several content campaigns at the same time. Target…

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Transition from Browsing to Buying

There are hundreds of millions of people who use Facebook on a monthly basis. In fact, Mark Zuckerberg announced through a post and a video that on August 27th one billion people used Facebook. Yet, I have not met even one of those people that came to Facebook with the intention of buying something. Do…

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