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Business Consulting For The 21st Century Via A Holistic & Intelligent Approach

8 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Facebook Page

Consumed => “5 Clever Hacks to Beat the Facebook Newsfeed Algorithm for More Fan Engagement” By Larry Kim on Inc Magazine.

Do Facebook Likes still have any currency?

Consumed => “How To Ethically Get A Load Of Free Facebook Likes” by Niall Harbison on Simply Zesty.

Facebook IP haters take note

Consumed => New Facebook Features Help Businesses Better Manage Their Pages” by Mikal E. Belicove on Entrepreneur.

Case study: Facebook and Pinterest integration

Consumed => “Case study: Integrating Pinterest with Facebook sees 32% increase in followers” by Lauren Fisher on Simply Zesty.

Making the most of your company’s Facebook page

Consumed => “7 Winning Facebook Page Strategies Every Company Should Know” by Jelly Bone on SpeckyBoy.

Why Facebook loves uber-average brands

Consumed => “Facebook Is Now “Pay To Play” Only For Brands” by Niall Harbison on Simply Zesty.

“I like your incentive, not your brand”

Answered => “”What has a higher conversion rate to a Facebook “Like” – Landing on a custom tab or the wall on first visit?” on Quora.

Maybe their Like for your FB page is now a Hide

Answered => “What percentage of Facebook Pages’ updates are “hidden” from the news feed by people who “Like” those pages?” on Quora.

Bring on the clowns (then show them the data)

Consumed => “What’s a ‘Like’ Worth?” by Jon Bruner on Forbes.

Facebook contests: 4 great examples

Consumed => “Facebook Contests: 5 Amazing Successes” by Alex G on Tripwire Magazine.

No website is the new black?

Consumed => “4 Reasons Your Web Site Sits at the Heart of Your Social Strategy” by John Bell on the Digital Influence Mapping Project.

Payvment: e-commerce on Facebook

FYI => I recall mentioning this before, I think. Maybe I signed up to be a beta tester? This turned up in my inbox late yesterday and I wanted to share. Again?

Making the best of FB Page status updates

Consumed => “Anatomy of a Shared Link on Facebook” by Matt Sullivan on Social Media Today.

Facebook: From profile to (fan) page – Part 2

Consumed => Facebook Profile Migrations: A Cautionary Tale” by Christina Warren on Mashable.

Facebook: From profile to (fan) page

Consumed => “You Can Now Convert Your Facebook Profile to a Facebook Page” by Adam Ostrow on Mashable.

The Myth of the Like

Consumed => “Please Like Us! (Are All Those Facebook ‘Likes’ Worth It?)” by Ekaterina Walter on MarketingProfs.

Expanded character limit on FB Page status updates

FYI => I’ve been doing some experimenting with AU_WPing. When using Via Email, it appears that Facebook will accept a Page status update of at least 500 characters.

Does social media make you hungry?

Consumed => “Social Media Marketing: 5 Restaurants That Get It” by Wiley Cerilli on Huffington Post.

Facebook Fan Page best practices

Blogged => Alchemy United => “Maximizing The ROI From Your FB Fan Page”

The Like is about the Liker, not the Likee

Consumed => “Despite Living Online, Teenagers Don’t Want to “Like” Your Company on Facebook” by John Paul Titlow on ReadWriteWeb.