This is just a short update to confirm what I’ve suspected for months.
Log into Facebook and Twitter. Do your daily 3 minutes routine.
Now, ask yourself:
Sorry that I haven’t updated for a week! This week has been a wild ride. Anyway, I have a good idea of what to write for the next 4 posts - I assure you that they’re going to be actionable and useful (as they should always be!).
Last week, I read a couple of good posts about Facebook marketing from SociallyStacked and one of the statistics caught my eye:
35% of FB fans join contest to win prizes!
I didn’t come up with this. You can see it here.
Imagine: if you run a contest every month for a year and you increase your fan base by 500 organic likes each contest, this means a good 2100 likes happened only to take part in your Facebook contests. No matter how I look at it, that’s a big group of people I don’t even want to like my page!
So how do you control and minimise attraction of fans who only like your page to win prizes? Continue reading…
Did you think that buying fake likes on Facebook are the worst of all evils? There’s more to that.
Thankfully, after sharing about the worst advice on Facebook Marketing in January, a lot of those negative buzz have gone away.
But there remains a few black sheep among all of us - that also includes our inner black sheep, the desire to cheat the system just so that we can get quick and dirty results that make us look better for the time being.