Page reach throttled? Get over it. 3 reasons why Facebook marketing is still a bargain

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There’s been plenty of coverage over the last few months about the massive decline in Facebook Pages’ organic reach. In case you missed it: If a page with 5,000 Likers

In one image, why all hospitality venues should offer free WiFi NOW!

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In a bid for the shortest blog post ever, we bring you this. In a single image, all of the arguments we have over and over with hotels, tourist attractions

Why Facebook Business Pages are no longer a free lunch

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It’s not entirely true that there’s no such thing as a free lunch: sometimes there is, just usually not for very long. And so it’s proven with Facebook.

In the early

Why the Facebook rule change could help you waste money and build a useless audience

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Facebook’s hefty Page Terms have been an ongoing source of annoyance for many business marketers. They were Small Print personified, and often seemed to contain rules for the sake of

What the latest Facebook news feed changes mean for your business

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Another day, another Facebook tweak! Last week, Facebook announced a number of changes to the way that the Newsfeed works. This time, it won’t look any different; but the coding