Keeping Facebook News & Reviews http://facebookeeping.com Content Syndication from Over 60 Sources Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:58:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 You Charge This Much Money For Social Media ??? by @smconnec http://facebookeeping.com/you-charge-this-much-money-for-social-media-by-smconnec-8203.html http://facebookeeping.com/you-charge-this-much-money-for-social-media-by-smconnec-8203.html#comments Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:57:57 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/you-charge-this-much-money-for-social-media-by-smconnec-8203.html A Guest Post By Samantha Cangelosi Who doesn’t like referrals from current clients? Having your social media agency referred to someone else shows that your current clients are obviously happy with your services, and that’s ultimately what any business owner would want, right? When I received a referral from a client last week, I was […]]]>

A Guest Post By Samantha Cangelosi

You charge how much for social media marketing? Who doesn’t like referrals from current clients? Having your social media agency referred to someone else shows that your current clients are obviously happy with your services, and that’s ultimately what any business owner would want, right?

When I received a referral from a client last week, I was excited about the potential business. This, however, wasn’t a typical referral call. Rather than calling about hiring me, this man reached out to me about a potential partnership between him and me. (He is a web designer with several clients looking for help with social media.)

Couldn’t hurt to talk to him about it… so I thought.

Our phone call began on a somewhat normal note — him asking me questions about how I long I’ve been doing what I do and how I came to work with the client we have in common. Simple stuff.

Briefly explaining that he had no interest in learning how to do social media “ever”, he praised me for how well we could potentially “fit together”.

Things were all fine and dandy until he started to describe his clientele. He referred to them as “mom-and-pop shops located in small strip centers.”

Red flag.

Oh, and “they hate to open their checkbooks”.

Bigger red flag.

This man continued on with how marketing agencies over-price everything, and therefore, someone like me would be great to help. I knew I had to lay out my pricing soon because the more this man talked, the more red flags appeared.

Soon after I explained my pricing, silence met me on the other side of the phone followed by, “Wow! You’re telling me that clients would pay you this much for 6 months?”

Ok. This response isn’t too uncommon for those unaware of what social media marketers do, so I proceed to share my thoughts on social media and describe how I help my customers with not just the daily management, but also strategy building. I explain that social media needs to be where business are now since their customers are on there connecting with the competitors. If businesses don’t have a presence on social media nowadays, they will get left behind.

Despite what I said, he continued to greet my answers with long awkward silences. Clearly this guy didn’t know what I was talking about, nor did he care to learn.

He finally responded, “So you’re telling me that you charge [referring client] this much money?” By this point, I was starting to get slightly offended by his attitude and tone and, frankly, it was none of his business what I charge them.

After several minutes of this back-and-forth he gave me the quotes of all quotes. The quote that launched a (865 word) blog post:

I’m sure you went to college and majored in Marketing or something.” Pause.

Me: “Journalism”

Him: “Yeah. Same thing… And I’m sure you’re book smart…but let me give you some advice”

I was in utter shock. This gentleman decided to give me unsolicited business advice on how to price my services because, apparently, mine was somehow flawed. Weird how he knew how to price my services, yet knew nothing about the industry, how it works, what I do or how I do it. Hmm…

I had to take deep breaths, remembering that a client of mine had recommended me and I didn’t want this man to talk bad about me to my current client; or any potential clients, for that matter.

I can go on and on sharing the awkward and offensive things that happened during this conversation, but I think the point has been made: this man clearly had no understanding of social media and absolutely no interest in learning.

It Takes Time

It’s our job as social media managers to help businesses realize the potential social media has, and when done right, how successful it can be. Social media requires time to do that, though. I’m not just talking about time for building relationships — we all know that doesn’t happen overnight. I’m talking about actual time. It takes time to create a social media strategy. We research their competitors, their industry, what they are currently doing with their marketing strategy.

It takes time to build accounts, optimize them, create and edit graphics, etc.

It takes time to find their business’s target audience and follow them and connect with them.

It takes time to find content to share with their target audiences — content that they will actually find interesting.

It takes time. If you want to hire someone who spends 2 minutes a day on your social media management who charges $99 a month, then be my guest, but odds are that they probably won’t have the knowledge or ability to execute a proper strategy, let alone achieve anything resembling real results.

Yes, I went to college and I’m proud of it (Go Mustangs)! Yes I consider myself “book smart,” and shocker: I enjoy learning. If you don’t then you shouldn’t be in this business because social media requires marketers to learn something new every day. I also know that I can’t live without a paycheck, just like you, “man on the other side of the phone”. This is my livelihood. This is my “bread and butter”. This is my business. I get my clients real results and I don’t work for free.

About Samantha:

Samantha Cangelosi Samantha Cangelosi is a social media marketer based in South Texas. A graduate of Southern Methodist University in journalism, she has always had a passion for telling and sharing stories with audiences. Now, she gets the chance to tell brands’ stories on a daily basis all while connecting with people just like you. She loves food of all kinds, coffee with a little cream, and her Corgi-child.

Twitter: @smconnec
Facebook : Social Media Connections
Website: sm-connections.com
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Facebook adds label cohorts, retention charts to app analytics http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-adds-label-cohorts-retention-charts-to-app-analytics-8199.html http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-adds-label-cohorts-retention-charts-to-app-analytics-8199.html#comments Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:54:29 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-adds-label-cohorts-retention-charts-to-app-analytics-8199.html Facebook on Tuesday introduced two new analytics tools for app developers. Now app developers will have access to label cohorts and retention charts within app insights . Through label cohorts, developers can create groups of people within their app and measure important factors, such as revenue or time spent in the app, against their app […]]]>

Facebook on Tuesday introduced two new analytics tools for app developers.

Now app developers will have access to label cohorts and retention charts within app insights . Through label cohorts, developers can create groups of people within their app and measure important factors, such as revenue or time spent in the app, against their app as a whole. With retention charts, developers can analyze how well the app is retaining users over time, making it easier to see if certain changes corresponded to a dip or rise in engagement or retention.

Facebook’s Ravi Grover described how label cohorts will lead to a greater understanding of performance:

First, we’ve made it easier for you to understand the performance of your app by introducing label cohorts. Label cohorts allow you to categorize groups of people who use your app and measure important factors, like revenue or time spent in the app. For example, you can create label cohorts to automatically follow a group of people who installed your app from a specific ad set, so you can understand how much time that group spent in your app and how much money they spent through in-app purchases.

Grover also discussed in a blog post the retention charts, as seen above:

The retention chart is available for all the events you log. If you are also logging purchases, you can see what percent of people are making purchases on the day they installed the app, and what percent of people are making purchases on any number of days (up until 14 weeks) after installing the app. If your app is logging ‘level 20 complete’, you can see the percentage of people who completed level 20 after day 60 to understand how difficult your app might be. All of these insights will now enable you to enhance your current app strategies to improve the performance of your app.

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18 steps to building a better Facebook contest infographics http://facebookeeping.com/18-steps-to-building-a-better-facebook-contest-infographics-8196.html http://facebookeeping.com/18-steps-to-building-a-better-facebook-contest-infographics-8196.html#comments Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:47:57 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/18-steps-to-building-a-better-facebook-contest-infographics-8196.html 18 steps to building a better Facebook contest #infographics Image Source]]>

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Facebook partners with Google, Twitter, others to launch ‘TODO’ http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-partners-with-google-twitter-others-to-launch-todo-8192.html http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-partners-with-google-twitter-others-to-launch-todo-8192.html#comments Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:38:00 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/facebook-partners-with-google-twitter-others-to-launch-todo-8192.html At the @Scale conference Monday, Facebook announced a partnership with Box, Dropbox, GitHub, Google, Khan Academy, Stripe, Square, Twitter, and Walmart Labs to launch TODO — Talk Openly, Develop Openly. The organization will be a think-tank for the issues facing open source developing, offering discussion and best practices. Facebook’s James Pearce described TODO in a blog […]]]>

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At the @Scale conference Monday, Facebook announced a partnership with Box, Dropbox, GitHub, Google, Khan Academy, Stripe, Square, Twitter, and Walmart Labs to launch TODO — Talk Openly, Develop Openly.

The organization will be a think-tank for the issues facing open source developing, offering discussion and best practices.

Facebook’s James Pearce described TODO in a blog post :

Today at @Scale 2014  we joined a number of other companies in launching a new open source collaboration called TODO. The group — whose name is a backronym for “talk openly, develop openly” — was formed to address the challenges that companies like ours have encountered in consuming open source software and running open source programs.

We’ll have more to share about our plans in the coming weeks, but our overall goal in this collaboration is to make open source easier for everyone. We want to run better, more impactful open source programs in our own companies; we want to make it easier for people to consume the technologies we open source; and we want to help create a roadmap for companies that want to create their open source programs but aren’t sure how to proceed.

Also at the @Scale conference, Facebook announced that it is open sourcing mcrouter , a memcached protocol router that Facebook uses to handle traffic to, from and between thousands of cache servers across dozens of clusters in Facebook data centers around the world:

Last year, at the Data@Scale event  and at the USENIX Networked Systems Design and Implementation conference  , we spoke about turning caches into distributed systems using software we developed called mcrouter (pronounced “mick-router”). Mcrouter is a memcached protocol router that is used at Facebook to handle all traffic to, from, and between thousands of cache servers across dozens of clusters distributed in our data centers around the world. It is proven at massive scale — at peak, mcrouter handles close to 5 billion requests per second. Mcrouter was also proven to work as a standalone binary in an Amazon Web Services setup when Instagram used it last year before fully transitioning to Facebook’s infrastructure.

Today, we are excited to announce that we are releasing mcrouter’s code  under an open-source BSD license. We believe it will help many sites scale more easily by leveraging Facebook’s knowledge about large-scale systems in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-deploy package.

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Infographic: 18 steps for building a better Facebook contest http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-18-steps-for-building-a-better-facebook-contest-8188.html http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-18-steps-for-building-a-better-facebook-contest-8188.html#comments Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:47 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-18-steps-for-building-a-better-facebook-contest-8188.html As the rules around Facebook contests change regularly, marketers need to make sure they’re playing within Facebook’s rules. But how can you be sure that you’ve done all that you can to be legal , yet still create a hit Facebook contest? ShortStack , which specializes in Facebook contest apps, created an infographic detailing 18 […]]]>

As the rules around Facebook contests change regularly, marketers need to make sure they’re playing within Facebook’s rules.

But how can you be sure that you’ve done all that you can to be legal , yet still create a hit Facebook contest?

ShortStack , which specializes in Facebook contest apps, created an infographic detailing 18 steps to Facebook contest success.

Top image courtesy of Shutterstock .

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The Top 50 Hashtags Used In @BundlePost http://facebookeeping.com/the-top-50-hashtags-used-in-bundlepost-8184.html http://facebookeeping.com/the-top-50-hashtags-used-in-bundlepost-8184.html#comments Fri, 12 Sep 2014 04:00:36 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/the-top-50-hashtags-used-in-bundlepost-8184.html This week we are releasing the top 50 hashtags being replaced by Bundle Post users. The patent pending hashtag technology within Bundle Post allows users to hashtag up to 100 scheduled social media posts in just about one second. Yes, we said one second. Background: Originally as a social media agency, we developed what became the […]]]>

The top used hashtags This week we are releasing the top 50 hashtags being replaced by Bundle Post users. The patent pending hashtag technology within Bundle Post allows users to hashtag up to 100 scheduled social media posts in just about one second. Yes, we said one second.

Background:

Originally as a social media agency, we developed what became the Bundle Post system exclusively for us. We had no intention on creating a product, however it worked so successfully that we knew in a matter of weeks that everyone using social for marketing needed it and we would become a social media software company.

The automated hashtag tool arose out of a few facts.

1) We all know hashtags are extremely important to highlight specific words in a status update, attract your target audience and develop thought leadership on certain topics, among many other reasons.

2) We also know that it is extremely time consuming, not consistent or as effective as it could be, so we developed a system that would resolve these challenges.

How It Works:

The Bundle Post hashtag system has three components.

1) Folders – You can create folders within the system to segment hashtags you wish to use based on clients, topics, campaigns or projects.

2) Keyword/Phrase – Within a folder you can specify the EXACT keyword or phrase you want the system to find in the text of up to 100 scheduled social media posts.

3) Replace – Tell Bundle Post the exact hashtag or @mention you want replaced for each keyword/phrase within a folder.

When you’re managing up to 100 curated or marketing message posts in Bundle Post, you simply call the hashtag folder you wish to run against the scheduled status updates you have on screen and click to “Hashtag Now”. In one second the automated hashtag tool will find all of the exact keywords or phrases contained in the social media posts and replace them with your specified exact hashtag or mention.

With thousands of users and hashtag folders in the Bundle Post database, we are now able to report on the top 50 hashtags being replaced by our users. They are listed below in hashtag popularity order, with the most popular keyword/phrases associated with each specific hashtag.

The Top 50 Hashtags:

Hashtag Keyword/Phrase
1 #socialmedia Social Media, socialmedia, Social Networking, social-media, small business social media
2 #Marketing marketing, market research
3 #Facebook facebook
4 #Twitter twitter
5 #Linkedin Linkedin, Linked In, LinkedIn for business
6 #business business
7 #pinterest Pinterest, pintrest, Pinterest for business
8 #seo seo, search engine optimization
9 #google google, Google for business
10 #Mobile mobile
11 #entrepreneur Entrepreneur
12 #instagram Instagram
13 #branding branding, brand
14 #smallbiz small business, small_business, small businesses, small biz, small businesses
15 #startup start-up, startup, start up
16 #content content, Content Curation
17 #blog Blog, blogging
18 #YouTube YouTube
19 #social Social, social media, social listening
20 #blogging blogging
21 #leadership leadership, leaders, lead, Servant Leadership
22 #health health
23 #tech Tech, technology
24 #Video video
25 #advertising advertising
26 #wine wine
27 #contentmarketing content marketing, contentmarketing
28 #SM sm, Social Media, #socialmedia, lists, social media manager, social media marketer
29 #smallbusiness Small business, smallbusiness
30 #coffee coffee, Latte
31 #SMM Social Media Marketing, smm, social, social marketing, social media, Facebook, YouTube
32 #fitness fitness
33 #Technology Technology, Tech
34 #Sales Sales
35 #food food
36 #Google+ Google Plus, Google+, Google +
37 #recipe recipe, recipes
38 #SMB small business, small_business, small businesses, small biz, small businesses
39 #brand brand
40 #tips tips
41 #ROI ROI, return on investment
42 #cloud cloud
43 #apple Apple
44 #android android
45 #wordpress wordpress
46 #infographic infographic
47 #Ecommerce E-Commerce, ecommerce
48 #ff ff, follow Friday, follow fridays
49 #B2B Business to Business, B2B
50 #DIY DIY, do it yourself

The Bundle Post Hashtag Automation system is included with all account types. To start your 30 day FREE trial, click here

For the Top 50 RSS Feeds in Bundle PostClick here

Filed under: automation , Bundle Post , Curation , Hashtag , Marketing , Social Media , social media automation , Social Media Marketing , social media tool , Tools Tagged: automation , Bundle Post , content curation , Curation , Hashtag , Social Media , Social Media Marketing , tool , tools

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INFOGRAPHIC: T-Mobile, Waggin’ Train Dog Treats among Facebook’s top brands in Aug. 2014 http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-t-mobile-waggin-train-dog-treats-among-facebooks-top-brands-in-aug-2014-8179.html http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-t-mobile-waggin-train-dog-treats-among-facebooks-top-brands-in-aug-2014-8179.html#comments Fri, 12 Sep 2014 03:52:48 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/infographic-t-mobile-waggin-train-dog-treats-among-facebooks-top-brands-in-aug-2014-8179.html While most companies and brands can claim to be active on Facebook, a few go the extra mile. Socialbakers , a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, tracks the most engaged and active Facebook brands each month. Among major brands, Waggin’ Train Dog Treats was tops in engagement, while T-Mobile was a superstar at answering fans’ questions. […]]]>

While most companies and brands can claim to be active on Facebook, a few go the extra mile.

Socialbakers , a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, tracks the most engaged and active Facebook brands each month. Among major brands, Waggin’ Train Dog Treats was tops in engagement, while T-Mobile was a superstar at answering fans’ questions.

Wondering how industry leaders are performing on Facebook? Check out the infographic below.

Click the graphic to enlarge.

august-2014-social-marketing-report-united-states-regional-thumbnailTop image courtesy of Waggin’ Train Dog Treats .

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Power Editor update: preview News Feed ads during creation, bulk import News Feed ads http://facebookeeping.com/power-editor-update-preview-news-feed-ads-during-creation-bulk-import-news-feed-ads-8175.html http://facebookeeping.com/power-editor-update-preview-news-feed-ads-during-creation-bulk-import-news-feed-ads-8175.html#comments Thu, 11 Sep 2014 03:43:19 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/power-editor-update-preview-news-feed-ads-during-creation-bulk-import-news-feed-ads-8175.html Facebook is rolling out changes to Power Editor that allow advertisers to preview ads as they’re being created, instead of posting something to the page and then promoting it. A Facebook spokesperson told Inside Facebook that advertisers will be able to preview the ad during the creation process, edit News Feed ads using Power Editor […]]]>

Facebook is rolling out changes to Power Editor that allow advertisers to preview ads as they’re being created, instead of posting something to the page and then promoting it.

A Facebook spokesperson told Inside Facebook that advertisers will be able to preview the ad during the creation process, edit News Feed ads using Power Editor and bulk import News Feed ads :

This will impact all clients, partners and agencies who use Power Editor. This will particularly affect those who have wanted to create and preview News Feed ads within Power Editor, and later edit those ads.  In the past, since these ads were anchored to page posts, they were not changeable. With this change, advertisers can now create News Feed ads at scale, preview them during creation, edit them at any time, and bulk import/export them.

We’ve received very positive feedback on this feature during testing and expect it to drive advertiser satisfaction through more efficient ad creation and management.

We also expect that over time, it will lead to more and higher quality ads in News Feed since now it is much easier to do this at scale.

Facebook said these changes to Power Editor were made based on feedback from advertisers. The company quietly rolled these out on Sept. 4, but is aggressively scaling this capability globally over the next few weeks.

A Facebook spokesperson told Inside Facebook that the new flow will update these objectives:

  • Clicks to Website
  • Website Conversions
  • Page post engagement for photos; ads for other Page post types (e.g.  link Page post ads) should be created using the appropriate objective
  • Video View
  • App installs (previously supported)
  • App engagement (previously supported)
  • Event Responses (assuming you already have an event created from your page)

Campaigns optimized for page likes, local awareness and offer claims will not be affected by this change. Advertisers can still create the page post first, then boost the post within Power Editor , but will not be able to edit the ad in the same manner.

Facebook notes that this is a shift in the fundamental ways that News Feed ads are made. After launch, unpublished posts quickly became popular, as advertisers told Facebook that they wanted to go deeper and create variations of ads for different audiences. This is the next evolution of Facebook advertising, giving the admin or marketer more control over the ad before it is posted. These changes allow the advertiser to create a News Feed ad that is no longer anchored to a page post.

Readers: What do you think about this update?

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Updated Ice Bucket Challenge numbers: 17M+ videos shared to Facebook http://facebookeeping.com/updated-ice-bucket-challenge-numbers-17m-videos-shared-to-facebook-8171.html http://facebookeeping.com/updated-ice-bucket-challenge-numbers-17m-videos-shared-to-facebook-8171.html#comments Wed, 10 Sep 2014 03:27:54 +0000 http://facebookeeping.com/updated-ice-bucket-challenge-numbers-17m-videos-shared-to-facebook-8171.html The ALS Association’s Ice Bucket Challenge continues to spread throughout Facebook. The social network today released updated statistics about how popular the challenge has been: there have more than 17 million videos relating to the Ice Bucket Challenge shared to the site. According to Facebook, these videos were viewed more than 10 billion times by […]]]>

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The ALS Association’s Ice Bucket Challenge continues to spread throughout Facebook.

The social network today released updated statistics about how popular the challenge has been: there have more than 17 million videos relating to the Ice Bucket Challenge shared to the site.

According to Facebook, these videos were viewed more than 10 billion times by more than 440 million people. From June 1 to Aug. 17, more than 28 million Facebook users talked about the Ice Bucket Challenge .

The videos are doing some definite good. According to the ALS Association website , more than $111 million has been raised from the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Readers: Have you done this?

Image courtesy of PopSugar on Facebook .

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