Facebook Marketing

If you’re using Facebook to market your business or service, you’ve probably invested a lot of time and effort, and maybe even a little money, into that. And, like any investment, you want to see a return.

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Social media marketing is the new frontier, and new frontiers scare people. They especially scare marketers and executives who have virtually no way of measuring the benefit of crossing into the new frontier. I know we all say that social media marketing is highly targeted, virtually cost-free, and will bring huge returns to those who invest in it, but it has been historically hard to measure the actual ROI on a social media marketing investment.

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In 1985, Sally Field won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for “Places in the Heart.” During her acceptance speech, she uttered the now famous lines, “You like me, right now, you like me!” Often quoted as, “You like me, you really like me!”, this has become an oft parodied line at award shows as well as on TV and in the movies. Today, the word “like” has taken on a whole new meaning. Not only can people “like” you (enjoy being in your company), but they can “like” what you say and do in social media. And the same is true for brands and companies.

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Finally Facebook has become a platform for asking those important life-changing existential questions—why are we here? What is the infinite nature of the universe? Is Justin Bieber's new haircut too short?

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Official Facebook statistics can be hard to come by aside from the few that the company publishes at its whim. Fortunately for us, there are many data fiends, marketers and organizations who keep close track of Facebook stats through surveys and research of their own. Individual numbers can be misleading, but combined they form a compelling picture that help us to better understand who uses Facebook and what their interests on the social network are.

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