If you’re not advertising on Facebook, you’re losing out. Facebook has more users than China has residents, and that number includes your customers. According to a recent article on the Denver Business Journal, “About a third of small businesses are starting to use Facebook advertising to promote their businesses.” Facebook advertising is not some “trendy”… Continue Reading More than 30% of ALL businesses advertise on Facebook
We have a very important announcement to make: Facebook is taking over the universe. Ha! Just kidding. That’s not an announcement – you already knew that. But this week’s Facebook Developers Conference (a.k.a. F8 2016) only provided further proof that everyone’s favorite social media hub is officially infiltrating all aspects of human life. How, exactly?… Continue Reading 3 Things We Learned from F8 2016
It seems this social network is venturing into some new territory. Announced yesterday, Facebook Sports Stadium is a platform (within the preexisting Facebook framework) for following and engaging in – you guessed it – sports! At the moment it’s football-focused, but Facebook has plans to expand into the realms of soccer, basketball, and more. Why… Continue Reading In It to Win It: Facebook Gets Sporty
You must admit, the concept of social media is kind of weird. The selfies. The “Show My Location” feature. The ability to sort through the photographic evidence of another person’s existence from the comfort of your bedroom at 3 AM. But that’s not where the weirdness ends…and we guarantee that the following will make your… Continue Reading Getting Weird with Social Media
Mark Zuckerberg has officially confirmed that Facebook is working on the oft-requested “Dislike” button. This has inspired a great many discussions about what the new symbol might be, whether it should take the form of an emoji, whether it really will inspire more Internet bullying than there already is. What do we think? We think… Continue Reading Thumbs Up for Thumbs Down
In today’s digital age, the sheer abundance of social media platforms is mind-boggling. So how do you know what’s right for you and your business? Here, we break down the primary purposes and benefits of five of the most popular platforms. Facebook The almighty, unavoidable Facebook is a great place to get friends and family… Continue Reading What’s Your (Social Media) Type?
If your business’s Facebook page recently experienced a dip in likes, don’t let it get you down. It’s not something you said! On March 5th, Facebook began removing likes from inactive accounts and that means your numbers may be lower – for now. Facebook’s goal is to make likes more meaningful by verifying that data… Continue Reading It’s Not You, It’s Facebook
The smiley face: bet you’ve never given this little guy much thought. So you may be surprised to hear that a recent study by the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory showed a simple smiley face has the power to positively influence your social media presence and alter a reader’s perception of you. Here’s why you might… Continue Reading Seal It With a Smiley Face