Social Media that Makes a Difference
Need a guide to help you make your Facebook marketing efforts awesome in 2013? Start with the Ultimate Facebook Marketer’s Checklist.
For the final episode of 2012, Jon talks about agreeing to a Facebook marketer’s pledge and establishing a checklist of items to accomplish in 2013.
No more New Years resolutions that you forget the next day. Pledge to focusing on value, educating yourself and making Facebook a better place!
As we usher out 2012, I have performed an audit of 282 blog posts published on JonLoomer.com. Here are the results I found.
Facebook is rolling out a change that allows advertisers the ability to update the title for ads promoting Facebook pages, events and applications.
I learned a valuable lesson from a four-year-old this Christmas that impacts my perspective on life and business, and it involves a bag of Cheetos.
I’ve given Facebook Nearby a test spin, and this is what I think about it for users and for brands. It could be huge!
As we head into a near year, Jon talks about his business and personal resolutions for 2013.
This week’s interview is with Inbound Zombie founder and non-profit Facebook marketing expert John Haydon.
Facebook announced that they will be removing attribution for posts published with third party tools. Here is why this is good for everyone…
I recently noticed my Facebook Page Reach tripled. I used Barometer to determine Organic Reach doubled recently. Here is the data.
The landing page that you use as a destination could get your Facebook ad rejected. Here are the rules that you need to follow.
Last week, many brands suffered from negative response when their marketing messages were rejected. Here is what you can do to avoid a similar fate.
This week’s episode covers how to react following a national tragedy as well as a deeper look into fake-Like claims.
Once I saw Jeff Ferguson of Fang Digital talk about Moneyball and Facebook marketing metrics, I knew I had to interview him. Here it is…
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