Murray Newlands

  • Non-Facebook Causes Site May Cause Confusion

    … to financials, and that can make or break many causes. When it comes time to create a cause, you'll likely have limited time to sort out the particulars, so know that if you want expanded reach or if you want to raise money, your time is best spent using the external Causes (and leaving the native Facebook cause creations to those who haven't read this post!). Murray Newlands is an entrepreneur, business advisor, and online-marketing professional. In 2013, he foundedTheMail.com. He is a columnist forEntrepreneur …

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  • Facebook Should Listen To Social Fixer When It Comes To New Features

    If you're on Facebook a lot, you've likely discovered Social Fixer and its myriad options to take control of your News Feed. If not, you should check it out after reading this post, because beyond offering a suite of nifty (and necessary) options to organize your stream, its creator, Matt Kruse, posts some great social insight on his blog. People have many gripes about Facebook.

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  • A.1. Proves That Clever Posts Work On Facebook

    … unexpected observations and (again) note that they don't actually ask for answers, using a rhetorical structure that doesn't require a response (but encourages sharing). And this all kicked off thanks to its clever video creatively mocking how we all misuse Facebook's relationship status. We think it will remind you of some situations you've witnessed…

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  • Beware Facebook EdgeRank Scammers

    … As you know, Facebook is slowly killing organic reach for brands, so you'll either need to pay to advertise there in the near future or get really, really good at sorting out its ever-changing EdgeRank algorithm. Some pages are attempting to beat EdgeRank by generating likes and other Facebook actions any way they can. Have you fallen victim…

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