If you went onto your Facebook pages yesterday, you may or may not have noticed a slight new change-- your posts were served. That's right, your posts are now served to people not seen by people. At the bottom of your posts, you'll now see, 'this post was served to XX people' versus 'seen by XX.' What's Facebook doing? Who knows. Probably a little experiment. Whether it sticks around or not, we have yet to see. This isn't the only change. Facebook unveils new changes all of the time, with a couple new recent changes. Among the most recent changes is the revamping of business pages. This process has been slow and not all pages have been converted yet. Basically, business pages on Facebook are getting a new timeline design...again. The new look is essentially narrower, with all of your page info and control options on the left, with your Home feeds being in the center. Why? The news feeds have been modified to appear the same on both desktops and mo
In recent years, the secret to a successful online presence relied on a strategic blogging strategy. Nowadays, when you turn on your computer or look at your cellphone, you see fewer articles pop up on your newsfeeds. Instead, you’re ambushed by videos, images, and graphics. It’s natural to wonder-- is blogging still relevant? Although the outlets used to connect with your customer base have diversified, it’s not time to discredit blogging quite yet. In fact, with Google’s push to deliver relevant content, it’s more important than ever to provide fresh material. Here are 5 reasons blogging isn’t dead, and why you need to revamp your content strategy in 2020.
We all know it's absolutely essential for your website's success and ranking to provide quality and relevant content to your visitors. But, what if your business funds aren't enough to hire a writer or website developer to create quality content for your website? Don't give up yet. You can create the content yourself, even if you aren't the best with words. There are many tools available that can help you out. For example, I used Grammarly to grammar check this post, because even the most skilled set of eyes can miss something. It gives you an extra set of eyes to ensure your content is top notch. To create your own website content, without spending a fortune, you can look for a writer who is just beginning their career. However, by doing so, you need to be careful. The saying, "You'll get what you pay for" remains true-- somewhat. There are many great writers with a natural born talent who aren't yet supported by the experience they need to