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Businesses turn to social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat to advertise their products and services, and for good reason. [icons size='' custom_size='40' icon='fa-star' type='normal' position='' border='no' border_color='' icon_color='' background_color='' margin='0 0 10px' icon_animation='' icon_animation_delay='' link='' target='_self'] In 2021, it’s estimated that there will be 3.02 billion social media users in the world. A large percentage of Internet...

Social media contests, particularly those on Facebook and Instagram, are excellent marketing tools. They work on a variety of different levels: To grow your account visibility and reach. To promote your brand name and increase awareness. To engage your target audience. To create a stronger bond between your brand and its customers. [icons size='' custom_size='40' icon='fa-star' type='normal' position=''...

Facebook has a made a few announcements over the last couple of weeks about changes that are coming to the News Feed. One of things the company is clamping down on is what they call "engagement baiting." This includes using contests to bait engagement and sharing. The changes don't mean you shouldn't be running Facebook contests....

It’s no secret that Facebook contests can yield astounding results. Whether you’re looking to gain new followers or generate leads (or both!), plenty of businesses have proven that social contests are an excellent way to do so. It’s why we hear about incredible examples, like Qwertee using contests to get 100,000 likes or Cruise Line International...

We created this guide a few years ago, but think it's worth sharing again. While Facebook "apps" per se are out of fashion -- in favor of embedding campaigns on your website, blog, or publishing as landing pages (and then promoting them everywhere, including Facebook), this list still includes everything you need for your next contest. Here are the...

Measuring the total return on investment of a business's Facebook efforts--including contests and other promotions--with any sort of accuracy is tricky. There are lots of variables to consider and many of them are difficult to track. Here's an example: It's around lunchtime and you spot a post promoting a new all-you-can-eat sushi place. You ask one of...