One Mistake To Avoid At Facebook

At Facebook, you need to make your point fast. Otherwise you’ll lose your readers’ interest and they move on to the next item in their Newsfeed. Some guides even advise to keep your status updates under 100 characters, shorter than your average tweet. Our experience from hundreds of posts proves that longer posts can do just as well as short ones… if you don’t make that same mistake we are going to show you in today’s lesson.

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Video Posts Perform Poorly Time and Time Again

Over 84% of Internet users in the US watch online videos and consume an average of more than 20 hours of video per month. So you would think that posting video to your Facebook page should be an excellent strategy for optimizing reach and engagement. But you would be wrong! Click to find out why that is the case…

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Turn A Loser Into A Winner With 3 Simple Changes

Don’t let Facebook’s informal character fool you into getting sloppy with your writing. Apply the basic rules of good copy writing to every Facebook post you make. You want to stand out from the myriads of posts in your fans’ newsfeeds. See how some simple changes could have turned this post from a loser into a winner…

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Do Indirectly Related Topics Work on Your Facebook Page?

Facebook is a place where your fans meet to relax a little. If your page covers serious business, such as ours, it’s important sometimes to “let lose” and cover topics that are not related to your business in the strictest sense. However, as you can see from this post and the following lesson, you are walking a fine line. Click to read the lesson learned and how to avoid this mistake…

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