On March 5th, Facebook announced it will start removing memorialized and voluntary deactivated accounts from Business Pages. But what does this mean for Facebook Pages owners? A few years back, when gaining Fans was more organic than paid and based on edgerank; some Facebook Pages bought fans through illegal means to quickly gain Likes. ThisContinue reading “Loosing Facebook Fans!”
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The moment when you realize our life revolves around Facebook
On January 27th, Facebook and Instargram were down for a few hours. Many people started to panic, no one want to loose their pictures from Instagram, who are we kidding? So I posted this Tweet just right when Facebook was down and luckily CNN featured it on their website. The beauty of Twitter is gettingContinue reading “The moment when you realize our life revolves around Facebook”
Hootsuite University is part of Hootsuite online courses that includes a variety of lectures related to social media trends, best practices, and the latest in the industry. The lectures are video based and are easy to understand. Many of the videos are in Spanish in addition to the English language. The lectures are also industryContinue reading “Hootsuite University”
Facebook Edge rank is dead!
EDGE RANK is the name commonly given to the ALGORITHM that Facebook uses to determine what should be displayed in a user’s NEWS FEED. As of 2011. Facebook has stopped using the EDGE RANK term INTERNALLY to refer to its NEWS FEED RANKING ALGORITHM. EDGE RANK used to be straight forward with 3 main components andContinue reading “Facebook Edge rank is dead!”
What is the ideal length of online content?
You might have noticed lately that some posts on Facebook might get more engagement than others in the same page. The same goes with Twitter and LinkedIN. After studying the behavior of Fans and Followers on social media using sources like Social Bakers, Quintly and BufferApp, the following are the ideal length to post onContinue reading “What is the ideal length of online content?”
New York Times: Facebook reportedly working on anonymous mobile app
By Roberto Baldwin – Facebook recently came under fire for its real name policy and how it enforces that policy. Now it looks like the company is exploring another way to interact on its billion-strong social network. The New York Times is reporting that Facebook is working on a mobile app that would allow usersContinue reading “New York Times: Facebook reportedly working on anonymous mobile app”