Facebook Lessons from a Hometown Parade

While attending the Olathe Kansas Old Settler’s Day Parade yesterday, I couldn’t help but notice several parallels between the parade (a very social event) and Facebook. Participate in the theme. When businesses interact on Facebook, it’s important that they participate in what’s going on at the time. It’s great to see businesses wishing their fans happy holidays or even offering fun trivia based on current events. One of my favorites, The Grass Pad, offers excellent seasonal advice to their fans. [...]

By |2013-09-08T18:33:40+00:00September 8th, 2013|facebook for business, facebook marketing|Comments Off on Facebook Lessons from a Hometown Parade

How to Get Your Facebook Posts to Populate in the News Feed More Often

A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece called The Do’s and Don’ts of Business Facebook Pages for thinkingBIGGER Business Media Inc. The title speaks for itself and like a lot of what I write, it was pretty high level stuff. Most of it was pretty common sense. But since writing that piece, I’ve attended BOLO 2011, a great digital media conference with a huge focus on Social Media. That conference, combined with a great article from TechCrunch, and I’ve [...]

By |2012-05-02T15:24:11+00:00November 2nd, 2011|facebook for business, facebook marketing|3 Comments
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