Ignore Facebook Messenger to your own detriment. People are actively using Facebook Messenger to communicate with businesses to the tune of 2 Billion messages per month. If that stat has got your attention, then you really need to read and study the following article.
You can use Facebook Messenger to communicate with your prospects and customers at scale, and also individually through automation, and also self generated. Through messenger you can communicate about your products and services, upcoming events, customer service issues, holiday specials, you name it! Check out this deep dive into using Facebook Messenger for your business now…
“The key to success for Facebook Messenger marketing is built into Facebook’s policies:
- Get better at marketing
- Get better at talking to people
- And get better at building long-term relationships
With Facebook’s renewed focus on relationship building, if you do Facebook Messenger marketing right, you’ll stand head-and-shoulders above your competitors—because you’re reaching people where their attention is already focused.
But to succeed with marketing on Facebook Messenger, you shouldn’t approach the platform from a marketing perspective alone.
Instead, think of yourself as a social engineer.
You need to return to the basics of good marketing.
If you want people to click on your ads, you need to figure out what they’re struggling with or what they’re trying to make progress on…”
The massive data breach of Facebook has made users weary. If you want to know what Facebook has on you, and how you can download everything that they have, then read this piece NOW…
Taking control of your Facebook data starts with understanding just how much of your data is stored with Facebook. The social media service offers a self-help tool that gives you access to your entire trove of personal data. It’s actually a fairly simple process that lets you see all your photos, videos, friends, contact info…
Facebook Inc., under fire over Russia’s use of its social network to spread pre-election discord in the U.S. last year, pledged a sweeping overhaul of political advertising and said it will give Congress all the evidence it has on the campaigns.
More than 3,000 Facebook ads linked to Russia have already been studied by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating President Donald Trump’s ties to the country. Facebook initially didn’t want to share detailed information like this with Congress, but changed its mind on Thursday after a lengthy privacy and legal review.