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10 Key SEO Strategies Every Facebook Page Owner Should Know

10 Key SEO Strategies Every Facebook Page Owner Should Know
Facebook Pages are increasingly becoming a “second home page” for businesses online. And while more and more Page owners are learning how to become expert Facebook marketers, Facebook has recently created many new opportunities for Pages to get more traffic through the tried and true methods of – you guessed it – search engine optimization (SEO). While Facebook’s “viral channels” – the News Feed, invitations, and messages – play a central role in the spread of content through Facebook, employing important SEO tactics within your Facebook Page can help your Page reach more and more Facebook fans. While viral distribution can help you reach people your fans are directly connected to, search engine optimization exposes your Facebook Page to Facebook’s entire userbase. In fact, Facebook itself has taken major steps to improve its own SEO during recent weeks and months, creating opportunities for Page owners to benefit directly while creating value for Facebook at the same time. 1. 2. 3. 4.

How to Make Money with Facebook Ads - Facebook Advertising Guide According to Facebook, there are over 300 million active Facebook users. While over 50% of the users login to their Facebook account every single day, fastest growing demographic is 35 years old and older. (If you are interested in finding out more about Facebook’s demographics & stats, check out Facebook’s stats page.) Whether you are a small business owner, an online marketer or the head of marketing at a giant corporation, if you are still not using Facebook to get new customers and business, you are making a huge mistake. Facebook has an ad platform called Facebook Ads, and you can start advertising on Facebook Ads with as low as $1 a day. At the end of this article, you will be able to launch your first Facebook Ads campaign and learn how to optimize Facebook Ads. How to Make Money with Facebook Ads article is written for absolute beginners in mind, but I will also be sharing some pretty advanced, never shared Facebook Ads techniques. How to Make Money with Facebook Ads Guide Index

24 iPhone Apps to Improve Your Social Networking I’m a sucker for iPhone apps. The near-ubiquitous access to collaborative communities, social networks and communications tools that these apps provide is actually improving my ability to network more frequently with my friends, fans, followers and contacts. Here’s a handy list of community and communications iPhone apps to help you network: Sprouter. Sprouter — the global collaboration and networking community for entrepreneurs — has a new iPhone app. Facebook.The Facebook app lets you review your news feed where you can “like” or comment to your heart’s delight; access your profile page, manage friends and friend requests; read or send messages; view photos, events and notes; and even chat live with other FB friends. So many iPhone apps, so little time — yet I actually find I save time thanks to these useful ones. What apps are you using on your mobile device for communications and community? stock.xchng image by lusi

Teens Experiencing Facebook Fatigue [STUDY] Online gaming site Roiworld surveyed 600 teens ages 13 to 17 in late April and found that teens spend two hours per day online on average, 80% of which is spent using a social network. These same teens are, however, showing signs of "Facebook Fatigue." Nearly one in five (19%) who have an account no longer visit Facebook or are using it less. Of the group that are saying goodbye to Facebook, 45% have lost interest, 16% are leaving because their parents are there, 14% say there are "too many adults/older people" and 13% are concerned about the privacy of their personal information. While interest in Facebook may be waning, it's still the most popular social network among teens — 78% have created a profile and 69% still use it. The study also suggests that the teens that continue to stick to Facebook do so primarily to play games. It seems obvious that the newest generation of online users would have few qualms about spending money online, and this study supports that theory.