You know how on Facebook Messenger it’s hella annoying when you want to ignore someone but it’s too late and they know you’ve seen their message? Here are a couple of solutions…
Did you know you can get insights on people local to your business from your Facebook page? From what time of day, and which day of the week the most people are nearby, to the demographics of those people, Facebook can tell you a huge amount about potential customers in your area.
The success of your brand’s Facebook post can in part depend on the time that you publish it. In general, if you’re a B2B company posting primarily at weekends, your posts are far less likely to get noticed by your audience than if you post midweek when other businesses are operating full hours. On the other […]
In the same way as tagging a private person on Facebook is possible, so too can users mention a brand or Facebook Page. When you mention a brand, Page or group in a post on Facebook, a link is created. Here is an example post, where Bleacher Report mention James Harden and Dwight Howard: […]
Facebook is a very powerful platform for businesses to promote content to both existing and new audiences. If your website has a blog, the chances are Facebook has been used to promote this content. Until recently, there were two common ways to share a link on Facebook; to post the link to post an image […]
Facebook may have begun as a small-scale operation for connecting American college students, but it has grown into a huge social network that connects millions of users worldwide. It has also become an incredibly accommodating platform for businesses everywhere. We have taken the liberty of putting together a handy infographic guide to using Facebook as […]
Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are broadly defined as those born from the early ’80s to the early ’00s. Three quarters of the tech-savvy 16-24 year-old subset spend longer than ten hours online every week, and almost all use Facebook (97%), which is the most popular network for brand interaction for the vast majority. […]