We are very excited today to be bringing you some good news about your Facebook page’s potential for organic reach! Being the bearer of bad news is no fun – like when text only updates got the boot, or organic reach declined – so this is a welcome opportunity.
Mark Zuckerberg has an even bigger effect on your life than you thought
Ten years ago, when Facebook hit college campuses around the country, it looked a helluva lot different than it does today. For one, it lived at TheFacebook.com—and you could do little more than look up your fellow students. Now? With more than 1 billion active users, 6 billion daily likes, 350 million photos updated per day, Facebook is celebrating its first double digit birthday: the big 1-0.
And there could be more to celebrate than just a birthday: Since Facebook’s birth, researchers have found that logging on can actually be good for your health—especially for guys. “In general, men don’t have as close friendships as women do and often find it easier to express themselves or even ask for help online than in person,” says Eva Buechel, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Miami who studies motivations for posting content online. Even anticipating a response to a post can improve your mood regardless of the reactions you actually receive, she adds.
So in honor of its 10th birthday, here are 10 ways to use the social network to your advantage.
From Russia with love: Sochi volunteers give good vibes CNN (blog) Most of the volunteers I have spoken to are students who, keen to brush up and expand their language skills, rushed to take part in a piece of their country's history by enrolling...
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"When Jonah Berger was a graduate student at Stanford, in the early aughts, he would make a habit of reading page A2 of the Wall Street Journal, which included a list of the five most-read and the five most-shared articles of the day. “I’d go down to the library and surreptitiously cut out that page,” he recalls. “I noticed that what was read and what was shared was often different, and I wondered why that would be.” What was it about a piece of content—an article, a picture, a video—that took it from simply interesting to interesting and shareable? What pushes someone not only to read a story but to pass it on?"
If you are walking on the street and someone's following you may be you get really scared and run away. But when it comes to social media particularly on Facebook page you get very excited and may try to engage with new follower. It just doesn't happen with you, every social media manager wants to get lots of followers and ultimately reach.
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