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Webinar from Wildfire: The Facebook Timeline Transition

March 30th is fast approaching and there’s still time to get a better understand on how to take advantage of Facebook’s new timeline for pages. Wildfire is having another fantastic webinar and this time they are ready to show you: How Timeline has impacted fan page engagement How early adopter brands have learned to optimize content How to rethink engagement applications for the new Timeline user flows New best practices from some of the savviest marketers on Facebook The webinar [...]

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6 Must-Do’s on Facebook’s New Timeline for Pages

If you haven’t noticed already, Facebook’s new timeline for pages is underway. While some pages have the old fan page layout, others have opted to preview the timeline before it becomes mandatory on March 30th. So to prep you for this massive change, here are a few things you need to know. Use of the cover photo. The cover photo is basically a large advertising banner. Use photos of your product or website  banner like the Harley Davidson image at the [...]

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Free Webinar: Create Facebook Posts that Will Actually be Read!

The Wildfire Interactive team and the experts at EdgeRank Checker will be hosting a free webinar next week. Because only a fraction of fans are being reached with your branded messaging efforts, the amount of users exposed to your branded content is dependent on a Facebook-created algorithm called EdgeRank. EdgeRank, a step-by-step procedure for Facebook calculations, ranks objects in the Facebook News Feed. Pages with high EdgeRank Scores will be more likely to show up in the news feed, than Pages with low [...]

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Where Should You Post Your Status?

One of my Facebook friends posted this up and I thought it was a great road map to that question people have once in a while – “Where Should I Post My Status?” With all the different social networks and different groups of people, you may have trouble trying to figure out who wants to know what. Well here’s a little chart and it goes something like this: Google + – For post that you really don’t want people to [...]

Social Job Seeker Survey 2011

Jobvite, a leading recruiting platform for the social web, recently conducted the Social Job Seeker Survey 2011, which reveals more than 22 million Americans used social networks to find their most recent job opportunity — up 7.7 million from last year’s survey. One in six members of the workforce say an online social network was one of the sources they used to find a job, and those with more contacts get better results. The Polling Company, Inc. on behalf of [...]

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