Wondering how you can edit Facebook updates using the Facebook editing feature? Check out this video for text or links posts (does not work for image posts).
It’s that time of the year again! Once again, we are supporting a great cause with our business.
Are people posting updates, comments, you know, nice things on your Facebook business page? Learn how to free those posts from Recent Posts by Others, so all your fans can admire them!
1. Go to the Recent Posts by Others section on your Facebook business page.
2. Hover over the update, in the right-hand corner you can see the X (Remove) icon.
3. In the window that opens, check the option Allowed on Page. Otherwise, the Default (Allowed) option will only keep those updates in the Recent Posts by Others section.
Need help to better understand and format your images for YouTube? Here you go!
Guest post by Emma-Julie Fox
It is always challenge for most websites and blogs to increase and maintain traffic volume. They need to constantly produce interesting content to encourage subscribers to keep checking back for new content. Sometimes they have to think of creative and engaging gimmicks to attract new visitors.
When no new idea comes to mind, it helps to go back the old and tested ways. Hold giveaway promos! It’s a common fact that people love freebies and prizes that they don’t have to dish out money for. They become even more interested if the items at stake are really amazing, and there’s something they really want to have.
Update: This giveaway is no longer available.
Interested? Then grab our special offer: Get 3 tips to improve your website/blog, or your Facebook or Twitter account - for $5 (donation to Heart and Stroke Foundation). These tips are not generic, but they are specific to your website, Facebook, or Twitter account, it’s our promise to you!
Every 7 minutes someone dies from heart disease and stroke in Canada. Our family supports the Heart and Stroke Foundation every year. By our family, I mean my hubby, who is participating in the Ride for Heart (on Sunday, June 2, 2013) and the girls and I, who will cheer him up!
Here’s what you need to know to better understand and format your images for your LinkedIn business account.
Here’s what you need to know to better understand and format your images for your Google+ account.