Master Moderation on Your Facebook Page
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Facebook for Business Marketing
Facebook for Business Marketing is a compilation of curated posts on both free and paid ways to use Facebook to market your small business. Click image or title to see full post. Use categories in the upper left to find what you want. See curated posts on other social platoforms at http://pegcorwin.com @fbforbusiness @pcorwin
Curated by Peg Corwin
How do you manage negative feedback in social media? You could go and hide under the virtual duvet all day long, or you could deal with it. Here’s how.
Don't delete negative comments on your Facebook page, and learn a 3 step process for handling them. Excellent advice.
Have you ever wondered why people enjoy liking, commenting, and sharing on Facebook? If you haven’t, you should. Why? Because understanding why people enj
Infographic with insights on why we interact on Facebook (and what you can do to get more interaction for your brand.) Did you know that posting relieves loneliness?
Why do we Like, comment and Share on Facebook? Identity, empathy and practicality, this post and infographic says.
Facebook just rolled out photo comments for page posts, here are a few ways you can motivate your fans to engage on your page with visual content.
Get Fan comments on FACEBOOK PHOTOS by...
- "Asking Fans to Share Photos of Themselves Engaging with Your Brand/Product
- Asking Fans to Share Images of Useful Resources
- Asking Fans to Share Images from an Event
- Asking Fans How They’re Spending Their Day"
Quote: "The new photo comments feature is a great tool for businesses to engage and interact with your users. Get creative and have fun with the photos you ask your fans to share, just make sure you ask them to keep it appropriate. Also try and respond to every comment you receive and tag the person in the comment so your comments and shares have a further reach on Facebook."
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Users and Page admins can now leave photo comments on brand Page posts.
Photo comments not possible on my Facebook page yet, but probably coming soon.
Has your Facebook Page received a negative comment from an unhappy customer? Don't worry, this isn't the end of the world, that is if it's handled correctly. The truth is, social media is commonly ...
Learn how to use Photos, Text Statuses & Video posts on your Facebook page to get CRAZY Likes and Comments -- and take your fan page to the next level!
I scooped this link mainly because of the graphic. Nevertheless, the article is full of ideas for image, video and text updates.