It’s clear why less people are seeing the updates you post on Facebook. During the World Cup, your content was competing for news feed space with 3 billion engagements generated solely from the tournament.
There are now over 1.28b people and 30m brands using Facebook each quarter. With increased competition for exposure, businesses, especially small businesses with a smaller ad budget, are going to have to get creative to continue expecting exposure from the social network.Read More
Trademark Antiques is a family-run business that was launched in the middle of the economic disaster of 2008 by passionate entrepreneurs.
Based in Lewisburg, PA, the company strives to provide only the highest quality antique and vintage jewelry to customers. They spend a significant amount of time curating Victorian and Art Nouveau era jewelry, along with work from later periods including the Georgian, Edwardian, Arts and Crafts, and Art Deco eras. They have very little time to do much else.
If you’re interested in getting more likes, capturing more emails, and driving a 30% email conversion on your Facebook contests, keep reading.
On January 17, Heyo customer and CEO of Out and About Marketing, Milena Regos, launched a Facebook contest for her client, Squaw Valley Ski Resort. Squaw Valley wanted the contest to drive additional likes for the page in addition to capturing fan emails.
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If you sell on Facebook and are looking for ways to engage fans, convert leads, and use Facebook to market more, then look no further.
I want you to meet Heyo customer, Amy Lombard. Amy is a digital marketing manager. In the past, she worked with Paradizo as an editorial director and then freelanced as a content editor before joining Mixed Bag Designs as their Marketing Manager.
Meet Kelly DiNisco. Kelly is the Digital Marketing Manager at Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic Couture. She was looking for a way to generate additional engagement on the brand’s Facebook page.
Here’s the thing; Kelly did not want to spend money on advertising. She set out to create a self-sustaining referral campaign to achieve this goal. As a Heyo customer, Kelly had access to professionally designed contest templates to help her do just that.Read More
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