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New Facebook Layout: 7 Tips To Update Your Social Media Marketing Plan
www.pme360.com
The world of local internet marketing is constantly changing and social media marketing is just a small piece of the bigger picture. A new Facebook layout has recently been announced and not only will it change how we use Facebook but it will change the visibility of your business on Facebook and th [...]
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5 Tips to Enhance Your Facebook Graph Search Ranking
www.socialmediaexaminer.com
Do you want to know how to help your Facebook Page appear higher in Facebook search and beyond? With the new Facebook Graph Search, this is a good time to revisit your page. #1: Choose the Right Name #2: Add Important Information in Key Sections #3: Customize your Facebook URL #4: Encourage Sharing [...]
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Five Tips To Improve Exposure on Facebook’s News Feed
www.roshanjoshi.com.np
Do you have a Facebook page like many other businesses do? If so, then you should also be concerned about something many people involved in SEO have observed. That is, business pages seem to be generally ignored in Facebook’s news feed. Some leading SEO company professionals are even complaining t [...]
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Facebook Privacy Settings Guide
techland.time.com
The first thing you have to realize about Facebook: nothing you put on there is truly private. Yes, you can control how users see or don’t see your profile. But every time you ‘Like’ a product or even look at a page, the company itself is taking note. This doesn’t mean that someday Facebook [...]
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How to Create a Facebook Store in Minutes
creatingawebstore.com
While I am aware of some of the existing services that are out there on the web which can help you setup a Facebook store, many of them charge a monthly fee based on how many items you list; require you to have your store hosted with them; have limitations on which payment methods you can accept, de [...]
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Man’s ‘I own half of Facebook’ claim branded ‘fabrication’ by judge
www.theregister.co.uk
A US judge has recommended that the lawsuit of Paul Ceglia, the New York wood-pellet salesman who claimed he owned half of Facebook, be thrown out because it's a pack of lies. Magistrate Judge Leslie Foschio said that the alleged 2003 contract with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg - which Ceglia claime [...]
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