Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Do You Have Facebook Privacy Concerns?

You Shouldn’t. It’s Not As Bad As You Think I believe if you can’t do something better or add to the original in a meaningful way then you probably shouldn’t do it. That’s how I feel about this blog post from SmallBizTrends My TL;DR (too long; didn’t read) version of this is: Facebook isn’t trying…

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[Part 4] 1000 Likes. 60 Days. 8 Simple Steps

Wash. Rinse. Repeat. As soon as our first post goes out our real work begins. Let’s begin to think of social media as is if we were hosting a party. Steps 1 and 2 are the “What kind of party am I throwing and who am I inviting?” stages. Steps 3, 4, and 5 are…

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[Part 3] 1000 Likes. 60 Days. 8 Simple Steps.

The Editorial Calendar and Scheduling So we’ve got goals. We know what our audience wants. Our content strategy is defined. And we have enough content to last us for a week (a month if you were extra ambitious). Now you might be feeling a little overwhelmed and thinking “this is a lot of work, how…

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[Part 2 of 4] 1000 Likes. 60 Days. 8 Simple Steps.

Defining Your Content Strategy And Curating Content Hello Tracy! It’s time for part 2 of how to get 1000 likes in 60 days. Last week we set some goals and started thinking about our audience. This week we’re going to get into some real meat and potatoes stuff: Content Strategy and Curation. (If you missed…

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