News and Articles About Facebook Marketing
The future of advertising may already be written on a Facebook wall.
Mikal Belicove offers tips for actively dealing with unflattering comments on the social network.
Consider this advice to help organize your content on the social networking site.
If engagement with customers is a priority, then being on Facebook might be right for your business. Entrepreneur Magazine writer Mikal Belicove explains.
Mikal Belicove shares his top three tips for sparking conversations on your page.
A look at common fumbles business owners make when trying to attract fans on the social network.
Jason Falls, CEO of Social Media Explorer, shares advice for business owners to build awareness on the social network...
On Facebook, behind every business lead is a flesh-and-blood individual
The popular blogger shares helpful strategies for small-business owners getting started on social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
Five steps to improve your branding power on the social network.
Contests are emerging as a popular, low-cost way for big companies to connect with their small-business customers. Check out these three business contests.
Most businesses can benefit from some sort of Facebook advertising, but not every business should make a significant investment in it. Should you?
Kenny Lao of Rickshaw Dumpling uses Twitter and Facebook to update his restaurant's fans on a "moment-to-moment" basis. Here are his tips on managing a social-media schedule.
Here's how one small business turned hygiene products into social media gold.
It's easy to get into social media for the wrong reasons and to post too much or too little. Here's how to balance out your social media efforts.
Study indicates many Fortune 500 companies demonstrate a dismal attitude toward social media.
Advice for steering your business clear of the most common blunders that can kill your entire marketing strategy.
For shoe brand Creative Recreation having famous friends and using social media creates a very appealing combination.
A new survey offers a deeper look into the average lifetime of a status update on a Facebook Business Page.
Facebook is the new town square, where people meet to socialize, and it offers both unique and familiar sales challenges.
We're already thinking about the upcoming holiday season -- and how many of our readers who are independent merchants will fare this year.
While users bemoan its most recent changes, Facebook's update may be a good thing for businesses and brands.
In a move to court business owners, Facebook today announced plans to offer up $10 million in free ad credits to 200,000 small businesses.
New guide is a big help for business owners new to the popular social network, but trial and error will still be required.
Recent changes give businesses that market and engage customers on Facebook more reasons to cheer than jeer.
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