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Facebook Mistakes – Ignoring the Stats

Facebook Mistakes – Ignoring the Stats

Hanging all your Facebook marketing hopes on the number of fans you’ve attracted – and ignoring all else – is a big mistake. You see, every single piece of advertising or marketing you do, both offline and online, should be tracked and analyzed for results. The only...

Facebook Mistakes – Focusing on Fan Numbers

Plenty of business owners believe that having massive fan numbers on their Facebook page will automatically mean huge profits in return. This simply isn’t true. The number of people who ‘Like’ your page might seem enormous, and might be a fun number to throw around to...

Facebook Mistakes – Broadcasting Your Message

Mastering the techniques behind solid, effective Facebook marketing efforts doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, as long as you can avoid making a few very common mistakes, you should find your efforts are rewarded very well. Let’s take a look at some of the more...
Debunking the Facebook Page Promotion (and 10% views) Myths

Debunking the Facebook Page Promotion (and 10% views) Myths

Lately I have seen (and been asked about) several new and questionable messages circulating on Facebook that look something like this: ATTENTION fans of [Facebook Page Name] Since FB has begun to ask page administrators to pay to promote their pages, only 10% of page...