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How to Improve Your Facebook Page’s Organic Reach [INFOGRAPHIC] by @neilpatel

When your Facebook engagement starts to slow down, chances are you blame Facebook’s algorithm. Check out this infographic to increase your organic reach. The post How to Improve Your Facebook Page’s Organic Reach [INFOGRAPHIC] by @neilpatel appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Facebook Adjusts Algorithm for Videos, Changes How Views Are Counted for Advertisers by @mattsouthern

Facebook’s news feed algorithm will be adjusted according to interactions with videos The post Facebook Adjusts Algorithm for Videos, Changes How Views Are Counted for Advertisers by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Videos on Facebook: Native vs YouTube. Which Wins? by @brentcsutoras

We’ve heard references eluding to the idea that Facebook was favoring native video uploads vs. third-party video embeds. Here’s what we found out. The post Videos on Facebook: Native vs YouTube. Which Wins? by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Facebook Adds ‘Videos’ Tab to Page Insights: Track Metrics Across Custom Date Ranges by @mattsouthern

Facebook announced a useful new addition that will help page owners measure the success of their videos across custom date ranges. The post Facebook Adds ‘Videos’ Tab to Page Insights: Track Metrics Across Custom Date Ranges by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Facebook Rolls Out Author Tags: A New Way to Grow Your Following by @mattsouthern

Facebook has introduced a way for publishers to grow their following with a new feature called Author Tags. When implemented on a website, Author Tags allow people to easily follow the author of a piece of content they found on Facebook. The post Facebook Rolls Out Author Tags: A New Way to Grow Your Following …

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Facebook Makes Retail Beacons Available for Free

Re/Code reported yesterday that Facebook is expanding it’s Place Tips program and  making free beacons available to retailers. The program, to  that was first tested in Brooklyn 6 months ago, installs a beacon into the local business and pushes current posts and photos for the business to your phone while you are in that location. If you are standing in …

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Facebook Tries Out “Saved Replies” To Aid Online Customer Service by @AllieGrayFree

Facebook tests customer service messaging tool called “Saved Replies”. The post Facebook Tries Out “Saved Replies” To Aid Online Customer Service by @AllieGrayFree appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Facebook and Twitter Tweaks, Industry Trends, and More

Twitter and Facebook are adding a variety of new features and services, as well as tweaking the way that old services are offered. And that should come as little surprise, since those services are always in high demand. While some members of the communities are discussing the impact that these changes might bring, others are …

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Search In Pics: Real Facebook Wall, Penguin Android & Apple Street View Car

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. The Facebook Wall: Source: Google+ Android Google Glass Penguin: Source:… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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New Facebook Feature Will Alert You of Nearby Events Hosted By Pages You Like by @mattsouthern

Facebook quietly rolled out a new feature today that’s designed to make it easier for you to follow nearby events hosted by pages you like. Never want to miss another local marketing meetup? Want to know the next time one of your favorite speakers is in your area? Just subscribe to the events section of …

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Facebook Introduces Topic Data: Learn What Your Audience Is Discussing on Facebook by @mattsouthern

As marketers, the more data we have the more targeted our messaging can be. Knowing what your audience is saying about topics related to your business can be a valuable source of consumer insight. Today, Facebook announced that it is giving Page owners access to topic data, which shows marketers what audiences are saying on …

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Facebook Introduces App For Managing Ads On The Go by @mattsouthern

To meet the demand of its over 800,000 monthly advertisers, Facebook has introduced a new mobile app that will help make it easier to manage ads on the go. With the new Ads Manager app you can now create new ads or monitor existing ones, as well as edit ads, budgets, and schedules. Is an …

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Driving Traffic from Facebook – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish Facebook sends a remarkable amount of traffic, but there’s a lot of confusion around both just how much and (perhaps more importantly for our work) how we can optimize our work to take advantage of it. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand clears up some of the statistical noise and offers 10 tips …

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Facebook Doesn’t Charge For Ads Unless A Real Person Sees Them by @mattsouthern

Today Facebook provided a rare glimpse into its philosophy for counting ad impressions, revealing that the company doesn’t believe ads should be charged for unless seen by a real person. While it’s common practice for advertising industry groups to measure ‘served’ impressions, Facebook instead measures ‘viewed’ impressions. Here’s the difference between served and viewed impressions: …

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Photos Now Draw The Lowest Organic Reach On Facebook [STUDY] by @mattsouthern

Photos, once known to draw best reach and engagement for Facebook pages, are now drawing the lowest according to data from social media analytics company Socialbakers. An article from the same analytics company declared photos “king on Facebook” less than a year ago. The success of photos on Facebook is what helped lead to their …

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