We’ve found a handy tool to use to calculate the 20% maximum text rule that Facebook imposes on Facebook Page Cover images.
1. First you need to upload your image to your Facebook Page;
2. Insert your Facebook Fanpage ID in the box below this image (eg this is the username part of the webaddress of your Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/TownsvilleSocialMediaMarketing , so our Facebook Fanpage ID is “TownsvilleSocialMediaMarketing” )
3. Click on all the cells that contain typed text… Continue reading
Facebook have recently changed the Events platform, and I’ve noticed now you don’t have an option to include an image when you create Events as your Facebook business Page. But I worked out a word-around
Recently, I have had a client ask me what the best tips were for designing a blog site for their business. So I thought I post my reply here…
Best practices tips when designing a blog site:-
1. Have a goal for your visitors and make sure it’s easy for them to navigate to what they are looking for.
. 2. Don’t overwhelm them with information or options, get to the point. See point 1.
. 3. Humanise your blog…… Continue reading
When you create Twitter Lists and allow others to subscribe to that list, there’s a problem… you can’t actually add yourself to that list using Twitter.
For instance, we created a Twitter List called “Townsville Businesses” and we want to add other Townsville businesses Twitter Profile to that list so we can filter on tweets from only Townsville businesses that we follow. This cuts down the noise and lets us focus on adding value to Townsville businesses, who are our… Continue reading
Get your photo to show next to your links in Google Search
Have you seen photos of authors showing in search results on Google? Are you more inclined to click on a link that has a thumbnail image of the author? Do you think it’s beneficial in creating an emotional connection with the searcher? I believe it is.
In this era of ‘relationship marketing’ it’s important to humanize your business and this is one way of creating that connection… Continue reading
Sorting your Facebook Friends into lists is a great way to control who sees what status updates you post.
Say you wanted to post a photo of your baby, and you just wanted your Family and Close Friends to see it; or you wanted to post a photo of you out on the town with the girls.. and you didn’t what your Family or Business Clients to see it… there is a way. Create Friends’ Lists…
You can create any… Continue reading