Do you ever wish social media was just easier? Well, I can’t solve all your social media difficulties. But I can point you toward some plugins that will handle some of your social media tasks for you. I haven’t tried all of these, but they are all highly rated. Check them out and see if there’s one you can use. Continue reading
It’s time for a weekly round-up of things I’ve read this week. Since it’s been social media week on the blog, I’ve been reading a lot of posts related to Facebook (and a little bit of Twitter, too). So this is a social media-themed round-up except for the last item, which I’m just too excited about not to share. Continue reading
So the story of Facebook is that it was created by some college kids for other college kids. Which probably explains why the default settings are for everyone to be in everyone else’s business.
When you’re trying to use Facebook as a tool to connect with new and established customers for your business or readers of your blog, you may not want them in your personal business. Continue reading
Yesterday, we had therapy for my love/hate relationship with Facebook and discussed how to set up a Facebook Page – and why you’d even want to.
Once you have your Facebook Fan Page set up, it’s time to start getting people to come visit. How do you do that? Continue reading
I am about 99% certain that Facebook is currently being developed by people who have never been on the Internet before. I say that with love. My evidence? Facebook Pages.
Facebook Fan Pages are an important tool in many Internet marketers and bloggers’ toolbox. They’re great for creating community as well as gaining traffic to your site. They’re also as aggravating as trying to herd squirrels. But more on that later.
First, a quick intro for those who haven’t played around with Facebook except to post cat pictures and play Farmville. Continue reading