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Facebook used to require pages and individual users to have at least 25 friends in order to claim a customized address extension. That meant any newbie had to accept an ugly URL usually including a long number. NOTE: This has changed back since this post was published. You No Longer Need 25 Fans To Get A Custom Page URL
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How to Market using Facebook If you’re like many search marketers, advertising on Google and working hard to keep your website Optimized for the Search Engines, you’ve likely already had a go at doing some marketing on Facebook. In our articles we have discussed Facebook and Twitter marketing before (there are links to these articles at the bottom of this text) but now we’re ready to take it up a notch and explore more of the opportunities offered by the social networking giant, Facebook. There’s good news too – it’s still fairly early in the game, and there are still plenty of bargains to be found by the brainy marketers amongst you out there! Facebook is starting to really go mainstream amongst marketers right now and that’s great; a recent Webtrends survey found Click-Throughs on Facebook averaging around 0.05%, and average cost-per-click at around $0.49 last year.
5 ways to get your Facebook post on top Constance Aguilar is a social media strategist at Abbi Public Relations, a Reno/Tahoe-based public relations firm that specializes in driving public engagement through a targeted mixture of expert positioning, social media and traditional public relations. Everyone wants to be on top. On top of trends, on top of current events, on top of their game and certainly on top of everyone’s Facebook news feed.
I am willing to bet that a fair few members of the online social media world, have used Facebook to snoop into ex partners lives since splitting up. Whether it be simply searching for them briefly or an evening crying into a glass of wine as you pick over the photos of them with their new beau, or stalking their Twitter feeds for any mention of moving on, it's something that is common place in the social networking world. And this is where the troubles begin. Facebook, You And Your Relationship: It's Complicated!