Category: facebook marketing and advertising

How brands can solve their Facebook XXX content problems

Peter Friedman post by: Peter Friedman

Bad content online is not unusual and not a show-stopper for brands. Spam, problematic content such as bad language, hate threats, and harassing behavior online are not unusual or bad things to pin on Facebook. They’re just the nature of online community, and have been since the early days in the mid-’80s through AOL and […]

5 top Facebook marketing tips

Matthew Hammer post by: Matthew Hammer

Written by former LiveWorld employee, @BryanPerson Don’t forget to make your company’s Facebook Page human …  especially if you want to reach humans! That was one of my favorite takeaway from yesterday’s outstanding MarketingProfs webinar on Facebook marketing by Ekaterina Walter (pictured), a social media strategist at Intel. Ekaterina’s talk mixed big-picture Facebook marketing strategy for businesses and brands with the nitty-gritty […]

Why Facebook EdgeRank and NFO will matter to marketers in 2011

Matthew Hammer post by: Matthew Hammer

Written by former LiveWorld employee, @BryanPerson Will optimizing content for the Facebook News Feed (NFO) emerge as a critical skill for marketers in 2011? Paul Dunay thinks so, and includes the rise of NFO in his list of 11 B2B marketing predictions for the coming year. Here’s why Paul is right on the money with his prediction: There […]

Facebook marketing case study: Buffalo Wild Wings

Matthew Hammer post by: Matthew Hammer

Written by former LiveWorld employee, @BryanPerson. If your business or brand is developing its Facebook marketing and engagement plan, the Buffalo Wild Wings Facebook Page is a case study worth checking out. In an outstanding presentation at last week’s 2010 WOMMA Summit, Paul Fresher, director of media for the restaurant/sports bar chain Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW), and […]