Are you one to hold your tongue and think about something before posting? Or, perhaps you are organized enough to post a discussion 6 months in advance. No matter what your reason, you can now schedule posts for future publication directly through Facebook without using a third party.
If your Facebook page has at least 400 fans and no more than 100,000 you may have noticed a new feature when you post content, Promoted Posts. This is a new advertising feature from Facebook that allows your content to appear not only in the news feeds of the people who like your page, but in the news feeds of friends of the people who have interacted with your post.
There’s something new to learn in the world of social media. At the end of March Facebook will convert all Pages to their Timeline layout. Some of you may find yourselves somewhat perplexed, others not so thrilled and then there are those who are psyched! I’m one of those and so are some of my clients.
Your Facebook page is now more focused on your story. People may be spending more time reading your Timeline rather than just coming to your page to ask a question. Therefore, the more visually engaging you can make your Timeline, the better.
I’m talking about procrastination. Yes, you know that word! It sends shivers up spines and causes many recurring nightmares of missing homework and running like a chicken without its head down a long high school hallway, or worse. Agh!
We all suffer from procrastination at every age. I can remember back to my childhood having projects due for school and waiting until the last minute. Then I would get stressed out and hand in something that could have been better, despite my mother’s warnings. Today, I see it in my own children. I even fall victim on occasion. However, being responsible for many different blogs I can’t let procrastination get the best of me. So, I have set a goal to show my family (and myself) how to avoid becoming the “procrastinator”.
Here are some steps I take to stay on top of everything and never let projects get away from me: