Tag: Facebook

Here we go again: Facebook edges businesses out of news feed

Sometimes I think Mark Zuckerberg sees the people and businesses who inhabit his world – aka Facebook – like dolls at a 4-year-old’s tea party. He sits us where he likes. He makes us interact with each other however the mood strikes him on any given day. Currently, Zuckerberg is in the mood to decrease […]

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How to use Facebook’s ‘Pages to Watch’ tool to see what’s working for your competitors

Does your business page have at least 100 likes on Facebook? If so, you should be using Facebooks free “Pages to Watch” tool. With this tool, you can instantly see what is working for your competitors on Facebook and also measure your performance against theirs. It’s super easy to use, so let me show you […]

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This Week in Small Business: Economic omens, cheat sheets, and startup advice

Cheat sheets, tips from a Facebook insider, and some gloomy economic thoughts (sorry, I don’t write them, I just report them) are among the interesting and important items you’ll discover as you work your way through this week’s created content. Leadership, management, and productivity In this installment of Laura Emily Dunn’s Women in Business Q&A, […]

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The incredible recent growth of Facebook and what it means for small business

Hold on to your figurative hats: more than 50 percent of all Americans check Facebook every day. Here’s how I got that number. According to the most recent Pew Research Center Social Media Update, 68 percent of all Americans use Facebook, and of those, 76 percent are on the popular social media platform at least […]

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