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Five Reasons Why Marketers FAIL on Facebook

Five Reasons Why Marketers FAIL on Facebook | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
What content works best, what time to publish updates and how to use sponsored stories are consistent themes being discussed among nonprofit marketers.


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Great piece that goes perfectly with a note I just made on how companies waste Social Media money (http://www.scoop.it/t/curation-revolution/p/3403673120/the-3-worst-ways-companies-waste-money-in-social-media ). In that note I shared my suspicion that the Facebook problem, no one making any money there, is as much our fault as Internet marketers as the platform creators.

This excellent article from Huffington provides the reasons why we fail in Facebook and every point here rings TRUE. If you have other tactics we IMers need to change to be successful in Facebook share your thoughts. I will grind on it to and see what I come up with.


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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, November 22, 2012 8:21 AM
Thanks for the Rescoop Don. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Marty
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The Rise of Q&A Marketing - Curagami

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Rise of Q&A Marketing

One of the biggest trends we've seen in 2017 is the Rise of Q&A Marketing. It's not hard to see why either. Amazon's Echo and Google Home point to the coming Internet of Things (IOT).

 

Once that tsunami hits Google's currency - searches fueled by questions and answers - becomes universal, ubiquitous, and demanding. New information architecture and really understanding what "responsive design" and "mobile first" really means is the least of what we'll need to understand as our content marketing and websites become crowdsourced platforms.

http://www.curagami.com/rise-of-q-a-maketing/