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Prayers Answered! Facebook & Instagram Stories Can Now Be Scheduled

In a long-requested update, Stories can now be scheduled for both Facebook and Instagram. Here’s how to use the Business Suite mobile app to use the scheduling functionality for Stories: Go to your page in the Business Suite mobile app. Navigate to the Posts & Stories tab (the two overlapping squares in the bottom navigation…

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Fans & Followers vs Engagement Rates: Where to Focus

post by Stephanie Nelson Pretty much any time I’m talking to a potential new client, the conversation inevitably turns to the number of followers or fans on a particular outlet and how can I make that number grow. My answer? That’s not the metric you should be focused on. Why do I say that? On…

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A Social Media Lesson from Reality TV

post by Stephanie Nelson Confession time. My name is Stephanie, and I’m a reality TV junkie. I mainly stick to Bravo‘s lineup, but I’ve been known to do a good binge of Laguna Beach or The Hills. So when E! announced the first season of Very Cavallari, I immediately set my DVR. (I know you’re already…

What’s Your Social Media Strategy?

post by Stephanie Nelson It would seem, based on how often we’re asked by clients and friends, the biggest questions in social media are: “What should I post?” and “How often should I post?” This may seem like a cheesy, cop-out answer, but the best answer is, “Post what matters to you and your audience…

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Is Dilly-Dallying Killing You Online?

post by Stephanie Nelson It’s a little-known fact, but several online outlets have a timer on you, and your dilly-dallying may be killing your online presence. Facebook, for example, times you when your business page receives a direct message. The sooner you respond, the more likely your page will be marked as responsive, and you’ll be…