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Want to create a Facebook presence that’s separate from your personal profile? Have you considered creating a public figure Facebook page? In this article, you’ll discover why you should ...
Is your local business on Facebook? Wondering how to make your Facebook page official? Verifying a local business page adds a layer of legitimacy to your presence and can help customers feel more confident when they engage with you on Facebook. In this article, you’ll discover how to get your local Facebook page verified. by Dennis Yu on Social Media Examiner.
In the old days of search marketing, it was about tricking the dumb robots–buy links, cloak, spin content, or whatever trick you could pull. And then came the old days of Facebook marketing (up through 2014), which was also about tricking the dumb robots–arb out placements available only via Power Editor, run weighted average fan acquisition campaigns internationally, pollu ...
If you’re a consultant or agency, qualifying clients is painful–explaining what you do, assessing if they’re nice people, determining if they can pay and seeing if you can solve their problem, all before you get a dime. So I asked Sarah Sal, a longtime friend of BlitzMetrics and an amazing Facebook ads consultant, for some tips here.
If you’re a social media manager, you may see the world of search-engine optimization as arcane Google trickery mixed with quasi-technical babblings. Allow me to show you how to make Google and the various folks who do SEO your buddies. First, Google what you think you should be ranking on. I did a search on “Facebook dollar a day” just now and was happy to see our article ...
Do you want to get your Facebook posts in front of an audience at a specific physical location? Have you considered targeting people based on where they work? Using workplace targeting makes it easy to get your content in front of the right people at the right company. In this article, you’ll discover how to use workplace targeting to serve Facebook ads to people who work ...
You probably know some people that endlessly brag about acquiring Facebook fans for pennies. Don’t listen to them. Sure, having a lot of fans is great, but how do you drive down the cost per fan while increasing the quality of fans? We had a chat with Sarah Sal, a Facebook ads expert, and she gave us some key insights: A friend of Sal’s asked for help lowering her cost per fan from $2.70.
Have you seen a rise in sneaky ads on Facebook? I saw this link bait on Facebook, apparently on a feud between Stephen Curry and LeBron James–two National Basketball Association superstars. And it brought me to what looks like ESPN. The URL is a bit suspect, but most people won’t notice that, especially in modern browsers.