5 Facebook mini-tutorials. How to (1) Like or comment as your Page; (2) View the Home feed of other Pages; (3) Like another Page as your Page; (4) Publish on another Page’s Timeline as your Page; (5) Feature other Pages on your Page. PLUS, handy links for how to get help from Facebook.
You can’t control whether Facebook shows ads in your New Feed. But you CAN customize which types of ads you see. This tutorial shows you how. Log in to Facebook and let’s get started!
Facebook Pages have a new look.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn what has changed and 7.4 areas of your Page that you need to immediately update.
(Yes, 7.4. You read that correctly.)
You can write the best material to grace the internet, but it serves little purpose if no one except you reads it.
In this guest article, full-time blogger, Andrew Wise, shares 4 of his best blog promotion tips, plus his awesome infographic with 27 tips.
With the organic reach of posts to Facebook Pages at 1-6% of your fans, it’s time to invest in Facebook advertising if you hope to expand your reach.
Take the 5-minute social media bio beef-up challenge!
These 5 simple steps will ensure that your social media bio is fresh and lively.
Be sure to get your free printable PDF of the entire tutorial.
A website with no contact info is like a store with no salespeople.
In this short video and tutorial, you’ll learn why you MUST display contact info, and where to put it.
Free bonus: Printable checklist!
Even if you have the writing skills of Ernest Hemingway combined with the professional knowledge of Steve Jobs, you’ll need a solid distribution strategy for your blog.
In this guest post, Pierre de Braux shows you four ways to get the word out.
If you always type or hand-write blog posts, try changing up your routine. Dictate posts with Google Docs voice typing tool.
This illustrated tutorial plus video will get you up and talking in 5 minutes or less.
Plus, you can sign up to receive a handy checklist that includes everything you need to do before publishing your next post. Yep, it’s free.
Facebook just released a new, super-easy way to embed the replay of a Facebook Live video on your blog or website.
This illustrated tutorial shows you how.
Free Bonus: A downloadable PDF of the entire tutorial, so you don’t mess a step.