Facebook Releases its First SEO Guide

On July 2nd, 2012, wrote:

Online business is taking over as the main source of revenue for firms across the country, and as such, more and more people are looking into the need for SEO (search engine optimization) to stay ahead of their rivals in these competitive times. It seems as though some of the major Web influencers have acknowledged this trend and are busy thinking of ways to get involved. Facebook appears to be the latest internet giant to incorporate SEO into its services, having released a video which guides users on how to optimize their company profiles in order to gain better online exposure. What does the video include? The firm has teamed up with Distilled on the video, which aims to provide viewers with a step by step solution to their optimization needs, explaining what users need to do to create profiles that will increase their search engine positions. One of the key issues the Facebook team has raised is the importance – Read the full article

FACEBOOK TIPS: How to Use Facebook Photo Sharing Effectively

On February 9th, 2012, wrote:

Facebook’s photo sharing feature has become increasingly popular among Web users. This feature has enabled people to share their special moments with their family and friends all over the world. Besides individuals, businesses have also taken advantage of Facebook photo sharing as a social media marketing tool to promote their products and services. The following are some guidelines that will help you use Facebook’s photo sharing feature more effectively. Name your albums Facebook automatically stores uploaded photos into an ‘untitled album’ (usually with the date of upload). You can change or arrange such albums easily according to your personal needs. When creating an album, the first thing to do is to appropriately name the album. Facebook automatically names albums according to the date when they were uploaded. However, a name such as ‘August 8, 2011’ is not likely to grab anyone’s interest. Therefore, select titles which are catchy and relevant to the photos contained in the album. Customize the album – Read the full article

The Real Estate Agents Guide to Social Media Marketing

On December 8th, 2011, wrote:

In light of the current recession and housing market downturn, real estate agents have to turn to new ways of creating and running their businesses. Social media marketing is one of the best, if not THE best way to do just that. The National Association of Realtors has a whole section of their website focused on social media for the real estate professional. The Field Guide to Social Networking for REALTORS® has eBooks, videos, and a ton of other resources to help you along the way. Facebook Ask around and you will be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Facebook. Even if they don’t use it, they probably saw the movie last year about it! And it’s likely that most people you know are using Facebook and have hundreds of friends. A word of caution on catapulting yourself into this too quickly: mixing personal and professional can be a very slippery road. Keep your personal Facebook profile and create a Fan Page – Read the full article

Want a Successful Facebook Page? 5 Tips to Help You Create One

On July 26th, 2011, wrote:

With more than 500 million active users, Facebook is the most popular website in the world. No matter what niche you’re in, it’s highly likely that your target audience is chock full of Facebook users. So, how do you create a Facebook page that’s really going to boost your traffic and sales? By following these 5 tips: 1. Keep it fun For many people, Facebook offers a great way to relax after a long day. If your page offers fun pictures, cool links, and interesting status updates, people will enjoy spending time there. And the more people you have on your page, the more likely they are to come back – or to use your services when it comes time for them to spend money. 2. Turn it into a community If you make your fans feel like they’re a part of the group, they’ll start to think of your less as a “company” and more as “friends”. And let’s face – Read the full article