I see no reason why not, so long as you treat your boards and psostings in the same way any other brand should. You have the advantage of a 'captive' social-media-literate following in your past and present alumni, so I guess you just need to get your message out amongst them. Good luck!
Oh, where to start? Twexperts. One for all the gurus, Ninjas and Life Coaches out there.
Hi Lee - if you have put text with a call to action as part of the image, it will certainly have fallen foul of the ruling. If any text at all was more than 20% of surface area, ditto. I doubt that metadata would count though ...
That's interesting Lee. Was the call to action in the image or in the text accompanying the image?
Glad you liked the summary - I just wanted to check out the mechanics of the whole thing. I'm currently reading Econsultancy's experts' analysis of where it might be in marketing terms. Take a look: http://econsultancy.com/uk/blog/61882-facebook-s-graph-search-what-does-it-mean-for-marketers?utm_medium=email&utm_source=daily_pulse - good insights.
I have to confess that I honestly have no idea Ken. Anyone?
That was rough - thanks to our inbound links to SMT, the eModeration website was also served malware notices on Chrome and Google. All clear now, but caused a bit of running around :( Thanks for keeping us updated here and on your FB page Cliff.
Hi Marcus -
Not that I know of (see the two comments on this post above yours). If you can find the page with the name you seek and contact the admin, I guess it's possible that s/he may agre to release it to you - but that doesn't seem an entirely certain method either, alas.
I'm so very sorry: there's nothing I can advise here. I suppose it's possible that a released name takes a while to return to the pool? If anyone has any suggestions, please do pile in.
Glad to hear that Olga - Nice to have an uncomplicated case and therefore to know that Facebook haven't recently implemented any changes which make this advice outdated ... a lthough of course, they could change things at any point - you know Facebook! :)
Really glad you lked the post. All kudos must go to Richard Simcott though - I was just reporting his thoughts :-)
How very frustrating. I'm so sorry: this is out of my sphere of knowledge, and I can't suggest anything useful. Can anyone else help?
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