This interview with Wilco de Kreij, Founder of WP4FB, is the second 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 the founder of WP4FB, Wilco de Kreij. I first met Wilco in August when I was researching Facebook Landing Page tools and really thought his product was innovative and especially useful for business owners who use WordPress for their blogging platform and also maintain a Facebook Page.
There is quite an abundance of Facebook Landing Page tools available to users. Most of them are either very expensive or require that you have some knowledge using HTML. This is what I feel helps set WP4FB apart from most Facebook Landing Page tools.
I hope you enjoy this interview with the founder of WP4FB, Wilco de Kreij.
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Joining both YouTube and Twitter (and I don’t mean connecting the two) can have tremendous benefits for your business:
So why am I giving you 5 Reasons Why You Should Unlink YouTube and Twitter?
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2012 was the year of social media. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest all experienced tremendous growth in social media.
So how can you as a business, capitalize on the success of these growing social networks in 2013? First, you need a social media plan.
No, you don’t have to get your calendar out and start feverishly writing. Instead, there’s a handy infographic that can help you figure out what you need to be doing each month to reach social media success in 2013.
A few of the key steps include:
- Assessing your social fitness
- Revisiting your social goals
- Becoming a better listener
- Integrating all of your social platforms, and
- Planning for the future
Continue reading Make 2013 Your Best-Ever Year: A 12-Month Plan For Social Media Success [INFOGRAPHIC]
Facebook Graph Search
Today, Facebook unveiled Facebook Graph Search, a new way to search through your Facebook connections and to help make them more useful (outside of just providing updates). What this means is that instead of searching through your Facebook news feed, you can use Facebook Graph Search to help you get more granular within your existing connections and make new connections in the process.
What is Facebook Graph Search?
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Everywhere you look these days, it seems someone is coming out with a Twitter Analytics Tool. While I’m all for using Twitter Analytics Tools to help measure the success of your social media campaigns on Twitter, there is a lot of redundancy in the market. As a result, a number of people (and businesses) are overpaying for social media tools they either don’t need or can get for free.
I’ve compiled a list of 5 Free Twitter Analytics Tools that I often recommend to clients or people who want to measure their success on Twitter. One thing to note, there is no all-in-one solution that can tell you how well you’re doing. Instead, I prefer a bevy of different Twitter Analytics Tools – to help measure followers, Twitter reach, who to unfollow, and more. Together, these Twitter Analytics Tools can help provide better insight into your Twitter account and the areas you need to address in order to continue growing your Twitter network.
In no particular order, here they are – 5 Free Twitter Analytics Tools that you can use to get better insights on Twitter.
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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.
Continue reading Foibly and John Titus Aggregate Facebook Offers In One Place
With this mornings December jobs report, you could say that job growth is pretty flat. Sure, numbers didn’t look all that bad, but the biggest issue is that people stopped looking for jobs (for whatever reason).
To help you out, I’ve compiled a list of 50 employers who are hiring on Twitter.
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Blue 42, hut hut, hike. Who’s ready for some Football? With the NFL Playoffs set, I put together this fun (and handy) infographic to help explain social media in terms of Football.
Continue reading Everything I Need to Know About Social Media, I Learned From Football
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