Every weekend I give you the tastiest treats from everything I’ve shared on Twitter and Facebook over the past week.
This is the content I’ve hand picked from across the Internet because I think it’s worth your quality time.
In this week’s episode, I look at two small changes on Facebook Pages that can have a BIG impact on how to market your brand. I’ll also show you how to be come even more popular on Facebook, and how to fall back in love with your business.
This is the reading material I’ll be soaking up this weekend. Enjoy!
Facebook Changes Comments (Fast Company)
Facebook comments are being given an upgrade. New features will include threaded-style replies, and comments with more engagement being placed higher in the discussion thread. Find out more over at Fast Company.
Facebook Relaxes Page Cover Image Rules (Mari Smith)
Facebook is well known for being super strict on what information brands can include in their Facebook Page cover photo – until now. The new rules mean you let your cover photo do more of your selling work for you.
9 Ways to Become More Popular on Facebook (makeuseof)
Want to give a turbo-injection to your all important Facebook EdgeRank? Your EdgeRank is how Facebook decides which of your fans gets to see your posts. The better your EdgeRank, the more fans you reach. Tina Sieber gives tips and tricks for boosting your EdgeRank and making your brand a Facebook success story.
25 Social Media Stats About Your Customers (marketing cloud)
Did you know people spend 10 million minutes on Skype every day, 80% of Pinterest users are female, and a Facebook like button is clicked 2.7 billion times a day? There are 22 more fascinating social media stats about your customers over at Marketing Cloud.
100 Best Business Tips to Help You Love Your Business (in good company)
If you’re jaded, tired, or struggling to feel the love for your business, take a look at these 100 tips for rekindling the entrepreneurial romance. By the time you’re finished reading, you’ll be all loved up.
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