Social Media Tips – Facebook’s Biggest Flaw

When Facebook made the shift from “friend pages” to groups and fan pages, it created some frustration for those who are administrators. If you are an admin of one of these pages, you know that it’s great to gather and gain new fans, and to share your content with them. However, if you are “liked” by a fan who you would like to remove, there isn’t a way to easily remove them.
In what just may be Facebook’s biggest flaw, they offer no way for page administrators to mass admin their fans and followers.

The Science of Social Media: Posting – Post Length (Part 4 of 6)

FrontGate Media’s blog series on The Science of Social Media: Posting analyzes the five major considerations to think about when creating a social media posting strategy as exemplified by our own experience serving clients in social media since 2007, and references from an excellent study conducted by Track Social.

The Science of Social Media: Posting – Content (Part 3 of 6)

FrontGate Media’s blog series on The Science of Social Media: Posting analyzes the five major considerations to think about when creating a social media posting strategy as exemplified by our own experience serving clients in social media since 2007, and references from an excellent study conducted by Track Social.

Social Media – What Do I Share?

So based on the last issue’s column, now that you’ve planted you embassy in one or more of the social media countries, what do you share?

As we explore social media more deeply, let’s take a look at what you should share. Notice that I said “should.” There are lots of things you “can” share, but as you’ve probably already noticed from other people’s posts, there are lots of things you don’t really need to be sharing.

One of our core Audience Delivery Services at FrontGate Media is Social Media. We have a lot of experience in this area. I spend my time working for our clients to develop a strategy around their ministry or business. I’m going to share our strategy with you.