How To’s

Ensure Your Business is having the Right Conversations with the Right People Using Little Bird

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What is important to your business when using social networks? Is a question many companies should be asking every time they log onto their social sites, such as Facebook or Twitter. Understanding what the purpose is for using these sites is vital in knowing the types of content your business will produce and share on them, as well as, what your company hopes to gain from using them.

For most businesses, the answer would be to connect, engage, and build reciprocal relationships with the right people, but finding the right people for your business is not always easy and usually takes a lot of time and effort to accomplish. Many companies have begun using sites that measure social influence, such as, Klout and Kred to discover their best customers and brand evangelists; however, besides a Klout or Kred score there isn’t much else to go on.

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A Thorough Breakdown of the New Emotions Facebook Feature

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Sharing our emotions, experiences, and actions on Facebook is not a new concept for most of us have found shortcuts that allow us to use emoticons and symbols to express how we are feeling with our Facebook friends. However, Facebook has recently rolled out to some of its users a new feature that lets us tell our friends the type of mood we are in and our current actions much faster and quicker than ever before.

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How to Make Your Facebook Business Page Stand Out

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Making your Facebook business page stand out from the crowd is easier than you might think. There are several methods you can use to get ahead of the competition, but it all comes down to one simple method, which is, don’t do what the competition is doing, do better.

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How Facebook Graph Search Will Change the Way We Market and Discover Products Online

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Facebook has been an effective place for many businesses that use the popular social networking site as a part of their online marketing efforts. Companies have flocked to Facebook for the purpose of increasing their online engagement, to enhance brand awareness, build connections, generate leads, and to market products to a substantial audience. Overtime, many businesses have seen success come from marketing with Facebook and feel that the site is helpful in reaching potential customers, which makes the recent announcement by Facebook, about a new search tool called Facebook Graph Search, even more exciting to those in the marketing world.

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How to Increase Your Video Shares on Social Networks [Infographic]

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Often wonder if you should be creating YouTube videos for your business or just for fun? Knowing how to put together an appealing, creative piece and in identifying who your target audience is going to be when designing and recording a video, is essential.

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How to Highlight a Post on Your Facebook Business Page

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In December 2011, the Facebook Timeline became worldwide and it’s no secret that not everyone was thrilled by it. This new-ish feature has definitely taken some flack and from time to time, you may still see a post popping up in your newsfeed expressing the dislike. The two core reasons for the disapproval of the Timeline can usually be attributed to the resistance of change and the lack in understanding how to use it.

One common expressed frustration is in how posts have become more clumped together and less visible to other Facebook users. This has displeased many business owners who have a Facebook page, and rightfully so. Since the key goals of why companies use Facebook is to engage with customers, receive traffic, referrals, and generate sales; having status updates or posts unseen is not an option. Learning all the new changes that happen frequently on this popular social network can be difficult to undertake, especially when you do not know how or where to get started.

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