More Tips Regarding Facebook

Came across this article.

10 Facebook Marketing Mistakes to Avoid
We’re pretty much in line and abiding by the WHAT NOT TO DOs. Here are a few areas where we need help:

  • Over-posting
    Wow. Suggesting a mere 1 excellent item per day instead of 2 decent ones. We set the bar at 2 to 7 per day. I’ve always struggled with an intuition that less is more.
  • Too Much Text
    My newest goal – how to be concise. I’ve always utilized line breaks and focused on that FIRST line grabbing attention – but I hear this loud and clear. It’s time to conquer the PITH of the matter.
  • Not making the most of Facebook ADs.
    I love the suggestion to dig into Facebook Insights and turn the most engaging content into a social ad. Alas… no budget and not sold on if we really need to go there…..

What is our tone? I’m gonna dig back and see what adjectives describe our tone. I’m pretty sure its — upbeat and informative.
But I’d rather it lean cheeky and personal….. or maybe self-aware and cooooool….

And this article about posting times
According to (one of the most widely adopted link shorteners) the best time to post on TWITTER

between 10am and 1pm PT for the highest CLICK rank, particularly on days earlier in the week. Tweets with links after 8pm should be avoided, or after 3pm on Fridays!

and posting for FACEBOOK

“While traffic starts to increase around 9:00 a.m., one would be wise to wait to post until 11am,” said in ablog post on its site. “Traffic from Facebook fades after 4:00 p.m.”


4:00 p.m. ET. to post important content, and posts that go up after 7:00 p.m. get the most clicks during a 24-hour period.
So, 7pm-10pm on Mondays/Tuesdays & Sundays… Also FRIDAY EVENINGS are GOOD for Tumblr. – Now ya know. Go forth. Conquer!

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