“Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there someday.”
~Winnie the Pooh
Facebook is not only a great social media platform if you want to keep up with everything from your friends to the news, but it’s a great business tool that can be used to increase conversions, build a community, strengthen a brand, and more. With 1.47 billion daily active users, businesses can’t afford not to be using Facebook as part of their business and marketing strategy.
If you spend time optimizing your blog or website’s content, headers, subheaders, and meta descriptions for search engines, the following image should alarm you…
Facebook is making its ‘Premieres’ feature available to everyone, which allows pages to publish pre-recorded video as “live” content.
This will let pages debut a recorded piece of content with all the perks that come with streaming a live video.
Some of those perks include being featured prominently in the news feeds of people who like the page, as well as live interaction between viewers.
Season 1, Ep. 12: Schools on Social – What’s Working? What’s Not? [The Enrollment Spectrum Podcast]
Take a deep dive into the data as we uncover the social media elements school marketers find most and least valuable for recruitment and retention marketing.
Peter and Hans chat with Brendan Schneider of SchneiderB Media about the results of the 2018 School Marketing and Social Media Survey he completed in conjunction with imageseven.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: I’ve just started a new gig where they use MailChimp, and I’m coming off ten years of Constant Contact. Anyone else out there who has used both, who’s willing to answer a few questions off-line? Thanks! #PullingOutMyHair