Take a look at your Facebook dashboard right now. Chances are, you’re a member of at least a few different groups. Regardless of what these groups revolve around – be it local yard sales or niche-related business news – you get regular content delivered direct to your News Feed, right? But while...
Every business has their secret weapon to bring in new customers. Today’s topic of discussion centers around one such secret if you have none for your business. Do you think promoting your brand through your business Facebook page will suffice? Well! There’s potentially a lot more to it than that. Let’s explore the most underutilized aspect of Facebook. The strategy is about creating Facebook Groups to lay the foundation of the best customer service.
There are several ways to engage with new and prospective students through social media, but consider trying Facebook Groups. They create an additional resource for your institution where students connect and communicate about what classes to take, clubs to join, best places to live, which meal plan reigns supreme, or just chatting about current events.
Facebook sent out an email today entitled "Facebook will be sending you less email - learn why. We're trying out a new feature to reduce the amount of email you receive from Facebook. Starting today, we are turning off most individual email notifications and instead, we'll send you a summary only if there are popular stories you may have missed..."