Category: Facebook

How to Avoid Website Social Media Overload

Before the social explosion, a website would mostly be a one way conversation (exluding forum and member sites of course) which would at best include a contact us form as the only way for a user to interact with the site and even then, only with the website admin.

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The News Feed as a News Source

I moved to Melbourne from New York in November and 8 months later I find myself more up-to-date with US news than ever before. The reason is simple: I pay much more attention to my social newsfeeds.

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What ROI do you WANT from your Facebook Ads? | Facebook Conversion Tracking

Just over a month ago, our social media strategist Dave Thomas wrote a compelling blog on Social Media ROI that highlighted the importance of a clearly defined objective in the process of measuring effectiveness.  As businesses’ interest and commitment into social media continues to grow, we’re providing further insight into...

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Is your Facebook Page up to date?

Facebook is always bringing out new features, so it's important that Page Admins review their Page Settings and visuals regularly. If you just set up a page and forget about it, you could be missing out on the new features that may help you get noticed by a wider audience...

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Should My Business Be In a Relationship with The Dating Apps? #thinktanksocial #socialmediaadvertising


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