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Theme Week: Your Guide to All Things Facebook

Posted By Stacey Roberts 3rd of August 2014 Blog Promotion, General, Social Media 11

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Facebook – whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying that huge numbers of your readers are on it. And although it can be confusing, frustrating, and increasingly a “pay for results” platform; with a bit of knowledge up your sleeve, you can really make it work for you and your blog.

This week we are delving into all things Facebook – from organic to paid reach, we will cover what you need to know to get the edge and be successful on the world’s biggest social media hub. We will be looking at case studies of successful Pages, breakdowns of what kinds of interaction garners the most engagement, the lowdown on Facebook advertising (Advanced Facebook Marketing guru Jon Loomer stops by with a packed-to-the-brim webinar), and what Darren and the team have been doing over on the Digital Photography School Facebook page that have seen real results in ad campaigns.

It promises to be a doozy, and you will leave with plenty of advice to make the most of Facebook. Check back each day for the next installment. We will add them here as they go live.

Your Guide to Facebook

Organic Vs Paid
Case Studies of Popular Pages and What They’re Doing to Get Great Engagement
Boost Your Organic Reach with These Tips
Tips and Tricks to Nail Facebook Advertising: a Webinar with Jon Loomer
Facebook: The Lowdown on Advertising, and What We’ve Found Works Really Well
Facebook Week: Putting it all Together

See other theme weeks here

Content Week: How to Consistently Come Up with Great Post Ideas for Your Blog
Beginner Blogger Week: Everything You Need to Know When You’re a Newbie
Finding Readers, Building Community, Creating Engagement
Creating Products: How To Create and Sell Products on Your Blog
Five Things to do with Your Blog Posts After You’ve Hit “Publish”
Make Money on Your Blog by Partnering With Brands

About Stacey Roberts
Stacey Roberts is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagramand Snapchat, listen to her 90s pop culture podcast, or be entertained on Facebook.
Comments
  1. It’s always a good thing to auto share content to Facebook from your WordPress blog or website using a third-party application so that readers will do the footwork of advertising your pages for you without having to resort to paid online advertising on Facebook. DNN is not necessarily concerned with making money from Facebook friends and fans but yet enjoys having the content read. Most importantly, Facebook is a great place to build solid sustainable positive relationships with your readers and keep them inspired to come back for more.

  2. Hi Stacey,
    Well, I have a doubt about this series. Since Facebook is changing its algorithm periodically now, how can we expect to get fans? and I am not talking about the new fans but about the fans that have already liked the page. With this algorithm many pages have got from 1000 like to a few hundreds.

  3. Since edgerank is being tweaked massively, what will be your strategy to gain new fans/followers? It’s very difficult to appear on the newsfeed without paid ads.

  4. Hi Stacey,
    Great guide about facebook dude, its really helpful but i have also doubt about it that anurag already mention in his comment that facebook is changing its algorithm periodically now, then how can we expect to get fans?

  5. I don’t use facebook for my personal use. But i use it interact with blog followers on facebook and members of my blog group. This is the on;y reason why i use facebook. I will be looking forward for some awesome tips on facebook and blogging.

  6. I am really looking forward to this Stacey having just set up my new blog and facebook page for it!
    Many thanks for tuning us into this!
    – PD

  7. Thanks much Darren.

    I’m learning much more about FB as I work my Fan Page; so much to pick up.

    Looking forward to these updates.

    Tweeting now….

    Ryan

  8. I am really looking forward to this Stacey having just set up my new blog and facebook page for it!
    Many thanks for tuning us into this!

  9. Its exciting to know that this week’s theme guide would focus on Facebook! I have no doubt that many bloggers and Internet marketers would be excited to checkout this week’s guide for improved social marketing! Thanks for igniting the passions already :D

  10. Looking forward to the week ahead.

    Out of all the social media sites I actively use, Facebook is proving to be the most difficult to create engagement.

    Thanks!
    Kerry

  11. That is cool and interested tips

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