Tagged with Facebook features

Gloria Rand’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2012

With 2013 on the horizon, I think it’s a good time to take a look back at 2012. It was certainly a tumultuous year for… Facebook! (Yes, it was an election year here in the U.S. but there are plenty of other blogs that can comment on that front.) The social networking site made headlines … Continue reading

How to Export Your Facebook Message History

I recently had an opportunity to record a series of videos for eHow.com on a variety of topics related to social media. In this video, you can learn how to export your Facebook message history. For some reason, I can’t embed the video on my blog, so you’ll have to click the image to watch … Continue reading

How to Maintain Ownership of Your Facebook Page

Do you have control of your company’s Facebook page? You do, if you are a Manager. You do NOT if you are assigned any of the other Admin roles, such as Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser or Insights Analyst.

Facebook Ad Creation Made Easy

If you’re interested in running Facebook ads, but are confused about how to do it, help is coming soon. A recent Techcruch article says Facebook is testing a redesign of its ad creator tool that will help advertisers build their campaigns — specifically by helping them find the right mix of Facebook ads and Sponsored … Continue reading

How to Keep Tabs on Facebook Group Members

Ever wonder if the information you post in a Facebook group is getting seen by the members? Stop wondering. Facebook is rolling out a new group indicator that lets anyone know who has seen a post, and at what time they viewed it. I noticed this in a brand new group tonight. It hasn’t shown … Continue reading

What Facebook’s Faster News Feed Means for Page Admins

TechCrunch reported today that Facebook is going to speed up its news feed by pulling in fewer stories to start, so users can start browsing faster. That sounds all well and good… BUT this means that page admins may see their metrics sag a bit because fewer stories are being loaded, so not as many … Continue reading