It’s a well-known fact that you cannot edit posts on Facebook. Or can you?? *[UPDATE: On September 27th, 2013, Facebook started allowing editing of posts. Read about it here.]* Yes, that’s right, you read the title clearly. You CAN edit posts on Facebook, which is great for all those little typos I make. The only caveat is that you can only edit posts with a photo attached, or photo posts. At least it’s something, right? Here’s how to get it DONE:
You can’t talk content marketing, strategy or return on investment (ROI) without mentioning the CALL TO ACTION. You’ll find these little beckoning words on websites and billboards, ads and posts, blog articles and marketing materials. So what exactly are calls to action (CTAs)?
Self awareness is defined as knowing yourself; understanding your feelings and behaviors. Social media self awareness, similarly, is knowing yourself (or your brand) and the WHY behind what you do. Self awareness in social media also means understanding your voice, knowing what you’re good at, and knowing what you still have to learn.
I always thought I’d be the “cool” parent growing up. You know, the one you see in movies eating ice cream in bed with their kid after they’ve snuck out to teepee a house together. Boy, was I mistaken! As an employer, and a social media parent, I’m actually more of the strict kind. It’s not that I’m mean, it’s that I care too much, and I KNOW you can do better. I want you to be the best you can be.
Gary Vaynerchuk is genius. I can listen to him talk about paint drying and learn something. I was watching this video about business and EFFORT, and found myself nodding along and basically screaming, “Yes. YES!” Here at B Squared when we’re talking to leads we go through a LOT of questions about their business, their goals, their marketing and brand goals, and especially their social media fears. 99.99% of our potential clients say they’re scared social media will open them up to more negative comments about their brand.