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Gardening tips for Social Media Managers

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I love gardening and have a variety of plants in my garden. Some are showy and colourful. Others are understated but still contribute to my garden’s overall success. I know I need to care for my garden to ensure it flourishes. However, I don’t want to be overwhelmed by its upkeep. So, I planned and created my garden with the following rules in mind: Carefully choose each plant. Identify the types of birds, butterflies, bees etc that it attracts to make sure they are the types of visitors you want. Do your research to discover the plants best suited for your area so that you get the best results. Always keep ...

5 Fun Ways to Get More Likes on Facebook

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Almost every business now has a Facebook page, but many are not used as effectively as they could be. Getting more ‘likes’ or followers on your Facebook is the simplest way to improve your reach. Every person who likes your page will see at least some of your posts in their feed. In general, having more followers from your target market means you can reach them and also their friends and social circles when you post. This second, wider circle that sees your content when it gets shared or liked by your followers is what makes Facebook so powerful. Yet many businesses do not have a strategy to help them get more ...

Buying Facebook Likes – A Case Study – UPDATE

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It has been just over two weeks since we bought Facebook likes (for our case study) through a company that offers this as a service, Boost Social Media, you can find my previous blog here. So what have we found in the last two weeks since increasing our Likes? Well the short answer is "nothing much". The only positive I have found (so far) is that our Facebook Page "looks" popular to an untrained eye (See image below). If a potential client visits our page for the first time or sees our Facebook feed on our website, then they see that over 500 people like our page, this would give a potential client the confidence that ...