Facebook was built on sharing. It’s a place to connect and show off your latest thoughts, photos, videos, interesting articles, and more. Every minute, Facebook users share 293,000 statuses, 136,000 photos, and 510 comments.
With all that interaction, you’d think it’d be a great place to share opinions and influence others. Think again. Here’s how Facebook works and why it’s a poor place for opinions.
Facebook Events are an awesome way to get the word out about your upcoming engagements on social media. With more than 1.79 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the place to get your event seen and invites are one of the best ways to make others aware of your Facebook event. Here’s your guide to getting the most from Facebook event invites.
Over the past couple years, Facebook has made a number of changes which have resulted in lower reach for business pages. While these changes have meant a better experience for Facebook users (the entire point of instituting them), businesses have been up in arms about the lessened reach which resulted.
If you’re someone who has been impacted by a drop in reach, get ready. Facebook reach is about to drop again. But don’t get upset. It’s a good thing. Here’s why.
Every time Facebook or any social network makes an update of any kind, it’s almost instantly met with cries from the marketing community. Every update seems another move to kill off social media marketing and bring an end to the world. Facebook just announced a new update to the timeline, and this one is sure to really make many marketers mad. Fear not, these changes aren’t as bad as many think. Here’s why this Facebook update isn’t a bad thing.
Social video is all the rage these days. According to a study by Cisco, video will grow to be 80% of all internet traffic by 2019. It’s clear that we love video and marketers are rushing to produce tons of content to fill that desire.
With all the efforts to create engaging social videos, there’s one thing most are missing. Here’s why marketers must make their videos silent films.
Facebook announced lots of big updates at their 2016 F8 conference. 360 video, Instant Articles for all, and more. With all the announcements, it seems many missed one of the biggest announcements for content creators, the Rights Manager. The new Facebook Rights Manager means great things for anyone creating video on the web. Here’s a look at the Facebook Rights manager and what marketers need to know about it.