As a lot of us continue to stay indoors, Facebook has become a go-to platform for many people to check in with their friends, family and neighbors during the current coronavirus pandemic. Today, to give us another way of showing support and presence in its apps, the company said it would add a new reaction for “care” — in the forms of an emoji face hugging a heart, and a pulsing heart — that will appear alongside the “thumbs up” for like, the basic heart, and the laughing, shock, sadness, and anger emojis.
Do you want to promote limited-time offers this holiday season? Wondering how to create an automated Facebook ad sequence to deliver daily specials?
In this article, you’ll learn how to set up a multi-day Facebook ad campaign to automatically deliver time-sensitive offers.
Wondering how to use Facebook ads to find new customers? Do you want to know whom to target with cold ads on Facebook?
To explore targeting cold audiences with Facebook ads, I interview Amanda Bond. Amanda is a Facebook ads expert and founder of The Ad Strategist. Her course is called The StrADegy System.
How is Facebook marketing changing in 2019? Here are the latest findings on how marketers use Facebook.
A successful Facebook marketing strategy requires constant monitoring of the latest trends to ensure that you’re following Facebook’s best practices. Quintly has published a new study to help us understand how marketers use Facebook and what we can learn from their tactics.
Facebook has announced a series of new features that expand the ways users share and connect with music.
In a throwback to MySpace, Facebook will soon allow users to add songs to their profile page.
Users will be able to pin a song to the top of their profile page, as well as curate a collection of songs in a dedicated music section.
Earlier this week, we made the decision to stop publishing three weekly shows on Facebook. I’d like to share some important marketing lessons we discovered and a resource I think you’ll enjoy.
Here’s the video I released on Facebook, announcing the move: