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Monday’s 5 Social Media Must-Reads

Below are 5 social media must-reads from last week that we wouldn’t want you to miss.

Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s Epic Upgrade To Pages
By John Haydon Yesterday Facebook launched a completely new version of Pages, to help you “manage communication, express yourself, and increase engagement”. There are three significant changes to Facebook Pages (in addition to several minor changes).

10 Reasons Your Facebook Page Is Not Taking Off
By Francisco Rosales I’m gonna say it right off the bat, I believe growing a community or achieving higher levels of engagement with your audience is harder on a Facebook Page than on a blog or Twitter. Today we review a few things that we might be lacking in our daily operation and what we need to do in order to build a growing and engaging community on Facebook.

Facebook Rolls Out Major Upgrades To Ad System
By Nick O’Neill This evening Facebook has rolled out a number of significant upgrades to the company’s self-serve advertising system which will benefit those marketing their Facebook Pages as well as advertisers in general.

Social Media ROI for Idiots
By Jacquie McCarnan Some companies are still have trouble understanding the return on investment of a well-run social media campaign. In an effort to take into account short attention spans and a general lack of interest in changing hard and fast attitudes we’ve put together a quick, and easy, piece here to show how social media not only gives a great return on investment, it now surpasses most traditional media.

101 Mindblowing Social Media Statistics
By Muhammad Yasin The absolutely most important component to a successful social marketing strategy is having data on what works (ice cream on Facebook?) and what to avoid like the plague (games on Twitter?). This 100+ slide presentation, from Hubspot, will fill you in on everything you need to know and make you look crazy-smart to your boss.

About Duncan Alney

is the leader of the passionate Firebelly Social team. He loves working with people with vision who expect the best of themselves and the people they work with. He also believes that happiness is a critical part of his personal and professional life equation, and works to be happy about whatever he's doing.

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