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On 25 Excellent Content Marketing Tools for Your Brand

Pam,

Great content, slick infographic.

One tool I would add is BundlePost - For content curation and distribution.  It's made a huge difference in my own online markeitng, and for clients.

Free and paid options for individuals, social media managers, and content marketers.

~Keri

April 5, 2014    View Comment    

On Facebook Buys WhatsApp for $19 Billion, But Why?

Avtar,

Still processing.  Interesting points.  Watching other industries and how they are considering the developing world markets - Quite a strategic move indeed.

I agree with Warren Whitlock that user counts are not all that.

But, I appreciated your pointing out how people access in the USA and even Europe is not the same as in all locations, and we can't use the same model of thought for all.

Thanks for your insight.

~Keri Jaehnig

Idea Girl Media

February 20, 2014    View Comment    

On You Sell More When You Stop Selling

David,

Thank you for your clear and concise resource.  

I've heard you speak, and read other work by you via other channels.  Here, your words are perfect timing to share with others for a project.

It is surprising to me that so many have a hard time accepting your points to be true.  As even before social media was social media, sales success came from informing, providing value, and solving pain-points.  Still does.

Thanks also for your wisdom on owning the second paragraph!

~Keri

 

June 5, 2013    View Comment    

On Top 10 Must Read Tips to Run a Successful Facebook Business Page

Genevieve,

Really good post!  Solid tips, excellent advice, and a great new tool to try.

Nice touch with the SlideShare - I want to know how you got the pop-up in there...

Well done!

~Keri

May 29, 2013    View Comment    

On 3 Actions to Try Instead of Begging for Facebook “Likes”

Kevin,

We're all guilty of starting somewhere.  And for some people online, the ins and outs of social media are not obvious (those of more seasoned generations).

Though, "When in Rom...". 

It kills me to see people using these behaviors you describe above - The begging.  And the consistent feeding of information without engaging.  Yikes!  It's one thing to not know, but another to keep on after taking a lesson or two.  Eventually we tune this out, right?

My Facebook page has been described lately as a party.  People commented they were drawn in because it was fun.  I respond to each post, and I visit pages of admins that visit me.

It's a 2-way street.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts, and providing this resource for those curious and learning!

~Keri

February 5, 2013    View Comment    

On #Blackout: How to Advertise in Real Time

Adam,


Fun look at the Super Bowl - Love how you used the embedded tweets!

I thought Walgreens and Oreo were the most clever.

A memorable event for sure (I don't usually watch, but I did).

Thanks for sharing your insights,


~Keri

February 5, 2013    View Comment    

On How To Create Your First Facebook Ad Campaign: Step-By-Step

Dan,

As someone that has run Facebook Ad campaigns, it is easy as a newbie to become overwhelmed.  You really cover good points, and those wishing to run a Facebook with current options should feel comfortable referring to your article as a resource.

The newer options are plentiful, and the interest categories could send the first time user into rabbit holes.  Luckily, Facebook makes the ad so very easy to edit and re-direct! :)

My most recent Facebook Ad campaign involved promoted posts leading up to a contest.  I was surprised by the results - Perhaps we can discuss and share notes.

Thanks for using my image - It made me smile to see it as I browsed headlines this morning! :D

~Keri

@connectyou

Idea Girl Media

 

June 27, 2012    View Comment    

On Facebook Timeline For Page Owners Working With An Admin [A Video Tour]

Denise,

 

Thank you for your comment, and for your enthusiastic words.  Any shares are appreciated, my friend!

 

Great to see you here,

 

~Keri

 

April 12, 2012    View Comment    

On Facebook Timeline For Page Owners Working With An Admin [A Video Tour]

Michael,

 

Sorry to hear that you were struggling with figuring out this new Timeline for brands.  So, someone moved the cheese?  I think after we're done figuring things out, and we make it through the first set of tweaks, this will be something people will really like.

 

Glad this article helped, and that you feel you have better understanding.  Keeping me posted on how you do with your Timeline.  And, if you have any questions, I am more than happy to help.

 

Thank you for your comment and kind words,

 

~Keri

April 12, 2012    View Comment    

On Facebook Timeline For Page Owners Working With An Admin [A Video Tour]

Jennifer,

 

You have hit the nail on the head.  It's taking time to see how everything fits.  While it is very much the personal profiles, there were tweaks that kept us searching, that's for sure.

 

If Facebook tweaks some more, I'd like to see an option for 1-column for Brand pages.

 

So glad you liked the video, and found this a helpful summary.  (Others will hopefully scroll to the bottom to find the video link).

 

Thank you for your comment,

 

~Keri

April 12, 2012    View Comment    

On Facebook Timeline For Page Owners Working With An Admin [A Video Tour]

Covers For Timeline,

 

The personal Timeline was a bigger to-do than the Business Pages, I think.  People were prepared for that.

 

I was hoping for a few features to be different for pages.  For instance, a one-column view.  The 2-column gets a little harry for brands, in my opinion.  Still, the Cover Image is so much fun!

 

Thanks for the resource,

 

~Keri

 

April 12, 2012    View Comment    

On Facebook Timeline For Page Owners Working With An Admin [A Video Tour]

Carolyn,

 

I'm glad you found the video to be helpful.  I appreciate your comment!

 

~Keri

April 12, 2012    View Comment    
 
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