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Anatomy of a Perfect Facebook Post: Exactly What to Post to Get Better Results by @kevanlee

You post to your Facebook page, hoping you’ve hit upon something that works. How great would it be know that the post you just published had the best chance of maximizing clicks, likes, and comments. Facebook posts especially—given the dramatic dip in reach—can feel like a mystery. How do you create the perfect Facebook post? Does the perfect …

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Facebook Drops Bing From Facebook Search Results

Facebook has broken up with Bing, quietly dropping results from the Microsoft search engine as part of this week’s Facebook search update. The change, reported late today by Reuters, was confirmed by a Facebook spokesperson in an email to Search Engine Land. “We’re not currently showing web… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & …

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Facebook Launches Call-To-Action Buttons For Business Pages by @mattsouthern

Facebook is on a roll right now when it comes to introducing useful new tools for business pages. In case you missed it, yesterday the company announced audience targeting for organic posts and improved insights. Today Facebook announced the launch of call-to-action buttons for business pages. Pages are an important destination for people on Facebook, and …

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Facebook Introduces Organic Post Targeting, Along With Other New Tools For Pages by @mattsouthern

In an effort to help publishers better connect with their audience on Facebook, the company announced today a new set of tools and and improvements to insights and analytics. Here is an overview of the new tools: Interest Targeting Facebook is making it easier for Pages to target posts more precisely. Similar to how you …

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Facebook Search: Why Doesn’t The Company Get Local?

Facebook just launched its successor to Graph Search: Facebook Search. Facebook Search is the evolution of Graph Search and benefits from lots of user feedback since the launch of Graph Search in early 2013. It’s available in US English for the PC and mobile app for the time being. Users can… . About SEO, PPC, …

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Facebook Releases Quarlerly Highlights, Continues To See Growth In Active Users by @mattsouthern

Facebook, as a public company, reports every quarter on the state of its business. This week it released its highlights for the third quarter of 2014, with numbers that are more than likely to please stockholders. Growth In Active Users There was growth in active users reported across the board. Daily active users (DAUs), as …

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Facebook To Reduce The Amount Of ‘Overly Promotional’ Page Posts Appearing In News Feed by @mattsouthern

Beginning in 2015 you will start to see fewer page posts in your news feed that Facebook considers to be “overly promotional,” the company stated in an announcement yesterday evening. Having listened to the feedback of an ongoing survey, in which hundreds of thousands of users have participated so far, it has become clear to …

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Facebook Launches New Places Directory

Facebook has launched a new Places Directory, which is really an emerging local search site. Right now, it’s more accurately like “guided browsing.” It was first brought to our attention by Matteo Gamba. The new Places mixes up Graph Search, the Page Locations API and other… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search …

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Mark Zuckerberg Answers Pressing Questions About Facebook In First Ever Public Q&A by @mattsouthern

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducted his first ever public Q&A today, and while he was lobbed fluff questions about his fashion choices (among other things), there were some hard hitting questions thrown out as well. To his credit, Zuckerberg didn’t back down from questions about declining Facebook reach and why users were forced to download …

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Facebook Considering Hosting Linked Content Rather Than Directing Users To Other Sites by @mattsouthern

The New York Times has brought to light the fact that Facebook is looking at options for hosting linked content on its own site, and serving ads on that content, rather than linking out and redirecting users to other sites. This change, if it were to happen, would be specific to mobile. That means Facebook would …

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The Beginners Guide To Facebook Marketing

Many businesses dismiss Facebook if they supply B2B products or services, as it’s commonly perceived to be a consumer-based site when it comes to social advertising. However, this isn’t the case and if your business doesn’t have a Facebook presence, then you’re doing it a disservice. Facebook is a useful tool for promoting a business,… …

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Live At #Pubcon Day 1: Facebook Audience Network, Google Chaos Theory, Writing For SEO, and More! by @mattsouthern

Legions of passionate marketers who eat, sleep, and breathe SEO, content, and social media filled the Las Vegas Convention Center today as Pubcon Las Vegas kicked off for its 15th consecutive year. Pubcon founder, Brett Tabke, began the event with an audience poll to find out how many Pubcon events everyone has attended. A handful …

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Facebook Reviews Should Be a Part of Every SMB Review Plan

If you had any doubts as to whether Facebook has a place in your review strategy, news this past week from Bill Bean that Facebook reviews were now showing in the Google “Reviews from Around the Web” should put them to rest. I was curious how widespread this was and whether it was just a …

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Facebook Partners With Stripe To Power Facebook’s “Buy” Button by @mattsouthern

Re/code reports that Facebook has partnered with Stripe to power a “Buy” button that will eventually be a part of the news feed. That’s the same service provided Twitter is using to power their Buy button, which just launched this month. The Buy button will allow Facebook users to purchase items featured in ads or …

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How #IceBucketChallenge Used Facebook Videos to Go Viral

Unless your home address is listed on Neptune, youve heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Known on social media platforms as #IceBucketChallenge or #ALSChallenge, it swept across the Internet with lightning speed. In fact, within a few short days in August 2014, it seemed like everyone who was anyone was dumping icy water on …

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