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Joanna Wake has recently become a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum. The Entrepreneurs’ Forum is a dynamic entrepreneurial environment providing inspiration and helping owner-managed businesses from […]
Spam on Facebook is as ubiquitous as the platform itself, and there are always a steady stream of fear-inducing poppycock doing the proverbial rounds. To highlight some of the easy-to-spot issues that jump out on these cons, and hopefully keep you from clicking on such things, here's a couple of pointers to take away.
This little-known feature on Facebook is actually really useful for individual brands for which it isn't appropriate to create a Facebook Page. For example, I often share articles and tips on my Facebook feed, if your preferred network is Facebook, you may choose to follow RAW's Facebook Page and/or follow me personally. But I'm not a company, organisation or similar business - I'm me. So creating a Facebook Page for me isn't the right way to go.
Hashtags are a way of indexing social media posts by highlighting keywords or phrases of importance and making those particular words or phrases searchable. Hashtags can also be used within online conversations making it easier for people to follow, join in and engage within a conversation amongst a group of people all over the world, in one place.