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URL Gives Facebook Users More Complete News Feeds

URL Gives Facebook Users More Complete News Feeds | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it
Facebook users: Do you want to see almost every story that is eligible to be included in your news feeds? There’s a code for that, and it was unearthed by developer Tom Waddington and shared by sister blog Inside Facebook.
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Dennis's AHA! Moment on Scoop.it

Dennis's AHA! Moment on Scoop.it | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it

Dennis's original goal when joining Scoop.it was to create a resource for his audience. He initially began using Scoop.it to "re-purpose years of blog content and … share his extensive reading lists." In doing so, he learned that Scoop.it could actually serve as his own social media dashboard, and was "immediately impressed" with the ability he had on Scoop.it to manage so many media outlets.


With this power, Dennis was able to begin curating content on the major themes of his expertise: writing, information fluency, e-learning, and online teaching. While creating these reading lists and collections of his previously published blog content, though, Dennis realized that his readers weren't the only ones benefitting from his curation. He knew that Scoop.it would be a great tool to organize and share his lists, but what he didn't exact was that there would be more people out there interested in what he was posting!


After using Scoop.it for some time, he has found that he can continue to build significant audiences for his topics. He has used Scoop.it as a tool to publish to three different Facebook pages, a WordPress blog, two Tumblr blogs, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, and Stumbleupon.


By sharing his content to all of these different channels from the same place, Dennis is able to save time and expand his reach. He has become an increasingly influential figure in Information Fluency and E-Learning and continues to learn more about these topics each day as he curates and shares new information for his readers.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Dominates Referral Traffic To Retail Sites; Pinterest Users Spend More

INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Dominates Referral Traffic To Retail Sites; Pinterest Users Spend More | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it



Facebook is dominant as a source of traffic for online retailers, and shoppers who enter retail sites via Facebook browse more pages and make more total purchases, but shoppers driven to those sites via Pinterest spend more money, according to an analysis of nearly 700 million shopping sessions on leading U.S. retail sites by ecommerce personalization provider RichRelevance.

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What are the Top 10 Facebook Pages? | Jeffbullas's Blog

What are the Top 10 Facebook Pages? | Jeffbullas's Blog | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it

What are the Top 10 Facebook Pages?


If you have a technology addiction, I can almost guarantee it will be one of two things.

1) A social media network (most probably Facebook), or a

2) mobile device.


Walk down the street and you will see people peering into small screens whether stationary or moving and I would warrant that one in two would be checking Facebook .


Social media marketing is quite often associated with building Facebook likes and many businesses think that this is the beginning and the end of the social media marketing adventure, activities and tactics.


The reality is that content is where you should be starting as you start the social media marketing journey.


Just tweeting a phrase or updating a Facebook page with a “sales” message is not what social media is about. You need to add value to people’s lives.


Social media marketing requires a new way of marketing thinking and philosophy.


Read more from Jeff Bullas. . . http://goo.gl/OzDIV


Learn More about Facebook Marketing . . . http://goo.gl/SXdP9


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About - Creative Commons

About - Creative Commons | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators.


I have clients and friends using images from Google and Bing search for their websites and other online platforms. Few know about copyrighted laws or how to determine whether they can use an image or not.


The Creative Commons website is your one-stop to learn about licenses, copyrights, public domain, and more. Don't get embroiled in a lawsuit because 'you didn't know.' 'You didn't know' rarely wins as a defense.

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Men More Likely to Go Mobile Shopping

Men More Likely to Go Mobile Shopping | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it
Men do more mobile shopping than women -- 45% of guys have shopped using a mobile device, compared with just 34% of females.


“We recognize that mobile consumerism is on the rise, and it’s important for companies to learn where, why, and how their audiences are making their buying decisions,” said Matt Dusig, co-founder and CEO of uSamp.

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The 10 Best Facebook Campaigns | Jeffbullas's Blog

The 10 Best Facebook Campaigns | Jeffbullas's Blog | Puzzled About Facebook Marketing for Small Business? | Scoop.it
Facebook marketing campaigns seem to be going all warm, caring and fluffy recently as brands realize that solving problems and helping those in need can be a very effective marketing tactic.


Facebook marketing campaigns seem to be going all warm, caring and fluffy recently as brands realize that solving problems and helping those in need can be a very effective marketing tactic.


Three of the Facebook campaigns in this list have an altruistic reason behind their campaigns, from donating $500,000 each to 20 schools to raising funds for the “Make A Wish Foundation”.


The marketing goals for the Facebook pages vary but quite often the simple goal of just increasing their fan count to their Facebook page seems to be top of the list as brands have worked out very quickly that being able to communicate to 1,000′s or even millions of fans via a simple status update is very efficient highly leveraged marketing. Companies have also realized that people’s main reason for becoming a fan for the most part is not so charitable, but is about having access to the latest special offers and freebies.


Read more . . .  http://goo.gl/SXdP9   


Learn More about Facebook Marketing . . . http://goo.gl/SXdP9



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