I just received a working invitation for Google+ and wanted to make a good tutorial for folks just starting out. So, this post is long, but it gives you the how-to and why-to of getting your Google+ account started on the right foot.
Tools to help you integrate your blog and social media sites were all the rage last year. But times have changed, and Facebook is penalizing you for not actually being present. And, don’t think for a minute that readers don’t know you’re not there either. Stop trading convenience for viewers and start engaging your audience.
Some folks may consider the Facebook iFrame issue resolved, but it’s not quite. For one thing, some apps pop the viewer out of their secure login without warning. On the other hand, some apps are polite enough to ask if you want to switch to an unsecure login to view, while others leave you in a secure login and work just fine. Here’s what you need to know about iFrame apps and why it matters where you store your content files.
Over the past few months Facebook has rolled out multiple changes to business pages. The latest buzz surrounds the iFrames fiasco, but that’s not the only thing that has page owners near the breaking point with both their sanity and their piggy bank. Has Facebook gotten so fancy that they’ve forgotten why everyone enjoyed using it, which was easy, cheap, and fun? And, can folks just now jumping on the bandwagon ever catch up? In this comprehensive post, you’ll discover what happened and how, plus what you should wait out until the dust settles.
The sweeping changes to Facebook business pages have created a lot of buzz about iFrames, ranking, and use of third-party apps. Now that you have more ways to attract an audience to your Facebook page, you want to ensure that your main website is ready for them too. I’ll show you a couple of site elements to check plus ways to spiffy it up for company to pay a visit.
Like many of the business owners I help, performing marketing duties for my site is not my primary focus, which is working directly with clients. Finding ways to make efficient use of my online marketing time is very important to me. However, recent changes on Facebook and Google have forced me to give up convenience in favor of increased engagement and better SEO. Discover why I’ve stopped using third party apps to post on Facebook.
Tips Tuesday Feb 22
How important are social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to your success? Join Dana Lynn Smith on Tuesday, June 22, for the SOCIAL NETWORKING SUCCESS FOR AUTHORS teleseminar and find out how to harness the power of social networks.