Tag Archive: facebook marketing

New Facebook Timelines for Business – nightmare or a blessing?

There has been an awful lot of chatter in various circles about new timelines release for business pages.  Some people are cursing at the changes (literally), others are taking it all in stride.  In the spirit of perpetually testing new shiny things, we threw up our new cover last night, which will quite possibly be…

Google+ & Other Googlets – Forward Thinking, or a reaction to a definitive dip in market share & relevance?

Months ago, news hit the web about Microsoft & Google courting Facebook for access to social data as a means of increasing the relevance of organic search results by adding social proximity to the equation, and as most of us know, Microsoft ultimately won that battle, finally giving Bing a considerable advantage over Google… well,…

Facebook Comments for WordPress…Notifications!

Back in April I did a post on how to get your Facebook Comments for WordPress working, and it’s been pretty popular, but since then folks have brought up new questions and issues. The most frequently asked (solvable) question we get is about notifications.  Facebook Comments for WordPress provides several options for being notified when…

Facebook Comments for WordPress not working?

Facebook Comments for WordPress fix

Just a quick post here on a great little plug-in for WordPress – Facebook Comments for WordPress After looking through a sea of plug-ins we finally settled on this great one (props for the intro and testing it go to Jay Thompson, the Phoenix Real Estate Guy).  It does everything most will need and doesn’t…

What not to do on FaceBook or elsewhere social

facebook business pages done and used right

Facebook, the wonder of modern day marketing, can do fabulous things for one’s business, if used properly.  It can also make one seem a total schmuck, and not necessarily because of a wall post. I generally don’t fb friend people I don’t know.  Occasionally, when busy, I slip, and accept a friend’s request from someone I don’t…