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Who Is The Best Facebook Likes and Fans Provider?

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Funny enough, we’ve been asked this question repeatedly: Who do we feel is the best website for buying real Facebook likes and fans, outside of Facebook Ads themselves? We can’t help but toot our own horn with this one: we are. Allow us to explain.

1. Most Providers Sell Fake Likes

The bottom line is the large majority of Facebook like re-sellers sell fake likes. These accounts are created with software with proxies from around the world, and are filled automatically with useless ...

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How Much Time Should You Spend Working on Your Fan Page?

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As a marketer, it’s easy to fall into the all-too-common trap of spending too much time for too little reward. It’s the old 80/20 rule in full force; you’re spending far more than your 20 percent of your time for diminishing returns beyond your 80 percent. How much time should you spend on your Facebook page, where are you wasting time and how can you streamline the process?

Posting Fresh Content – 5-10 Minutes per Post

The key to marketing through Facebook ...

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Why Your Twitter Fans Aren’t Engaging Your Updates

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Twitter can be very valuable for business marketing. Unfortunately, that’s common knowledge. It seems as though every business under the sun is scrambling to establish a Twitter audience and promote whatever it is they’re selling. This has clogged the usual Twitter channels and made it harder on everyone to succeed. What used to be the standard for success is now the bare minimum to even be noticed. To truly succeed with Twitter, you need to be very careful with how ...

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How to Protect Your Facebook Page from Hackers

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One of the absolute worst feelings you can feel as a business owner is the sinking in your gut that comes from trying to log into your Facebook page, only to find the page vandalized. A million thoughts clamor for attention. What damage did the intruder do? Was any customer information compromised? Did you have any sort of backup to restore your page? How long has it been like this? Some hackers just do damage and disappear; others insert insidious ...

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How to Outperform Your Competitor’s YouTube Video

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YouTube is increasingly becoming a viable marketing channel for businesses in the modern age. Video production costs have been steadily dropping for decades, despite the upward trend of big Hollywood budgets. For an appropriate Hollywood comparison, don’t think of the big-budget blockbusters, think of the indie films that do more and look better on a budget of $1,000 than anything produced for millions decades before.

That said, YouTube is also quickly becoming an arena of fierce competition amongst businesses in the ...

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Do Fans Know if You Spent Money Promoting a Post?

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Facebook has been steadily decreasing the viability of purely organic, free advertising through the platform. Before, one of your posts would reach 12-15 percent of your users on average, with some exceedingly popular posts or some very well targeted audiences reaching higher numbers. Now, your organic, unpromoted post is likely to reach only 6-10 percent of your audience, and that number is steadily going down.

This is all a bid on Facebook’s part to “improve the quality of the average user’s ...

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Are Your Retweets Annoying Your Twitter Followers?

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As a business owner or blogger, seeing what your followers on Twitter are retweeting can be a fantastic source of information. You get to see what’s trending amongst your audience, even when it’s not something that trends on a larger scale. You can see things your users find important, that may lead to following new influencers or inspiring new blog posts.

On the other hand, users don’t like to see retweets flood their feeds. It’s hard for them to see what’s ...

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5 Reasons Facebook Ads Aren’t Working For You

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Facebook has a huge audience, and tapping that audience can be intensely profitable for your small business. However, in these days of mass customer disinterest, declining organic reach and high competition, you need to be more competitive than ever. Facebook ads are a great tool, but if you’re running them haphazardly or without a plan, you’re going to see low returns in the best circumstances. Why might your ads be failing to bring in leads, and what can you do ...

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3 Ways to Track Your Site’s Facebook Referral Traffic

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The future of content marketing is going to be all about analytics. Simply posting content and sharing it is no longer enough. You may have noticed your organic reach dropping over the last few months. Facebook is taking steps to promote their own paid reach, which coincidentally – or not – means a decrease in the reach you can obtain naturally. More than ever, your success will depend not on reaching a broad audience, but on reaching the right audience. ...

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How to Permanently Delete a Page from Facebook

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It’s not uncommon that you, as a business owner, have a Facebook page that you created in haste and find no longer suits your business. It could be that you rebranded and the old branding no longer works. It could be that you’ve simply found no value in Facebook as a platform. It could be that your business closed and you have no need of the Facebook page any longer. In any case, you’re strongly considering deleting your Facebook page. ...

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Is Facebook Losing It’s Marketing Effectiveness Just a Rumor?

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Facebook has, over the years, had quite its ups and downs. Since its creation as a small college network, to the large-scale explosion in free traffic, to the influx of businesses looking to market, it’s been a resilient platform despite all opposition. It took down competitors like Myspace, but no Facebook-killer has come along to drive a nail in the coffin of the Zuckerberg juggernaut.

Even so, there are scattered signs of the decline of Facebook. For one thing, based on ...

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