Foibly and John Titus Aggregate Facebook Offers In One Place

John Titus - CEO of Foibly

Foibly and John Titus Bring All Facebook Offers To You

This interview with John Titus, CEO of Foibly is the first in an interviews of interviews with professionals who are doing amazing things with social media.  

I am very honored to have the opportunity to interview John Titus.  I first met John about five months ago when doing some research on Facebook Offers and instantly fell in love with his product, Foibly.

Right now, social media is an extremely crowded space and there is a lot of overlap when it comes to social media tools.  Everyone seems to be offering a similar solution.  What helps set Foibly apart is that they have gone off on their own path and created a social media tool that helps customers find the best offers on Facebook without having to sift through hundreds of Facebook Pages or be glued to their news feed 24/7 looking for the best deals on Facebook.

So enough about me telling you about Foibly, let’s have John Titus fill you in on his amazing social media tool.
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5 Things to Promote with Facebook Promoted Posts

Promoted posts on FacebookFacebook recently added a new feature called promoted posts, aimed at helping you reach more of your fans. While this means you can promote any of your Facebook posts, it is important to remember that every piece of content should not be promoted. Think of it as a tool to use for only your best content.

For business owners, it is very important to know what kinds of posts you should promote, because the more you post and overwhelm your customers, the more likely they are to unlike your page or hide it from their newsfeed. You wouldn’t want that, would you? That means lost revenue and lost opportunities to get more eyes on your content, not to mention it could lead to poor word of mouth marketing to other customers.

So what should you promote?

Ideally, you should be very selective about what you post. You also want to make sure that whatever you are posting about is something that is a result producing activity – meaning something that will get users to take an action. If you’re just sharing news that has already been written about across a number of other websites, running a promoted posts may not be ideal, because you most likely won’t get the “pop” that you were expecting from fans. Instead, focus on posts that will help your business reach its own goals.

Here are five different types of content that you should consider using Facebook promoted post for.

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