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Recent Facebook Update (Kind Of) Changes Everything

“The latest update to News Feed ranking treats text status updates from Pages as a different category to text status updates from friends….Page admins can expect a decrease in the distribution of their text status updates, but they may see some increases in engagement and distribution for other story types.” -Facebook, January 21, 2014 A… Read more »

How Staffing Firms Can Quickly Build Facebook Followers

Whether just starting a new Facebook company page or you manage an existing page, one of the most common goals is to build followers.  In this quick video we show you how to upload a contact list and send out a mass invitation.  For staffing and recruiting firms, you should hopefully be able to quickly… Read more »

Ask Haley: How do I reach my clients on Facebook?

Q: Hi Brad, I just discovered some great webinar archives such as Social Relevance in the Idea Lab on the Haley Marketing website.  Thank you for the great info.  It confirmed that I need to get my business  onto various social media platforms.  You have inspired us to get on board.  Would you say that… Read more »

Ask Haley: Facebook timeline changes and your business

Q: Can you explain some of the new Facebook timeline changes and how they will impact my company page? A: The new timeline format for businesses or brands is very much like the timeline format for personal pages.  The changes will impact your overall design, how your content is displayed and how users can interact… Read more »

86% of Women Polled Use Social Networks — Will They Find Your Business There?

According to new data released in the Second Annual SheSpeaks Media Study, an astounding 86% of females polled reported having a profile on at least one social networking website.  Even more interesting is that 72% of those women log into their social network at least once per day.  Social Networks and Branding Many businesses are now… Read more »

Staffing Social Media and SEO: Facebook and Twitter Updates

Search Engines Bing and Google both made huge announcements yesterday in that they have formed partnerships with Twitter and Facebook to make status updates searchable. On Google’s official blog VP Marissa Mayer stated: “We believe that our search results and user experience will greatly benefit from the inclusion of this up-to-the-minute data, and we look forward to having… Read more »