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You may be doing better on followers, but is the only sound on your Facebook... Crickets? You're posting regularly, (we hope) but no one responds. We've found some pretty nifty tips for increasing Facebook engagement, which we've used ourselves, and thought we'd share:
Let's Play a Game
Yes, games work! They're fun, they show your personality, and people like to play. The key is not making them about you or your business, but about your audience. Be sure to check out Facebook's guidelines first, then go wild!
Here are some games you might try out!
Run a "Take Your Best Guess" competition!
We talk about it all the time. We write about it, all the time, and we post about it more days than not. But what is Inbound Marketing? I'd like to explain it in detail, hopefully, to give you a better understanding of why Inbound Marketing is your business' future.
BOISE, ID., (June, 2015) - Today, Tribute Media, a Boise based, nationally focused web marketing and design firm, announces its achievement of HubSpot's Gold tier as a certified agency partner.
Tribute Media became a HubSpot partner back in February of 2015, and has worked since then not only to become acquainted with HubSpot's tools, but to apply HubSpot's methodology and become experts.
Corey Smith, Tribute Media's Founder says, "we aren't partnering with HubSpot just to use their tools; we are applying their methodology to further our inbound practices. It has changed the way we do everything."
This achievement has been a culmination of the intense education of Tribute Media's entire staff, the result of which is every employee gaining at least one HubSpot certification, the majority holding two or more. Their Channel Account Manager, Sean Dazet, said of them, "they took HubSpot's methodology seriously. They moved exceptionally fast towards the gold tier and toward certifying so many employees."
"When life gives you lemons, make lemonade." This common phrase is meant to give an optimistic spin to everything. Lemons are quite sour, but can be made sweet and enjoyable with a dash of sugar and some water. But "lemons" aren't always just sour. Sometimes they're boring all by themselves. How does this apply to your business and its website content? Let's see here...