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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we discussed the ins and outs of Facebook, including different uses for pages and profiles. We also discussed issues people have with their personal Facebook profiles, as well as some of the concerns that people have when it comes to Facebook Pages not getting much traction, and what to do about it if that’s happened to you.
Bad content doesn’t go anywhere and bad ads, even if they’re paid for don’t go as far as good ads.
Other topics include:
The importance of criticizing in private and praising in public [00:10:23.20]
How you should handle it when you don’t like what friends post on Facebook [00:11:15.20]
The whole point of Facebook [00:12:45.07]
What your own happiness depends on [00:14:04.09]
Why you shouldn’t accept every friend request you get on Facebook [00:15:28.02]
The unspoken agreement on Facebook [00:16:17.11]
A good rule to help you decide who to friend on Facebook [00:17:31.18]
What makes Facebook great [00:18:43.01]
The source of most of the content for the UnPodcast [00:19:13.25]
How to know who to unfriend on Facebook [00:19:44.20]
How Twitter or Facebook becomes “noise” and what to do about it [00:25:45.07]
How the sky is (or is not) falling on Facebook [00:28:16.18]
The problem with the Princeton study that says Facebook is doomed [00:30:54.08]
Why social media predictions don’t do any good [00:30:06.27]
The average reach of the UnMarketing Facebook Page [00:34:08.03]
Why no one sees your posts on Facebook [00:35:31.24]
How the UnMarketing Facebook Page got to 20,000+ fans [00:40:57.29]
And so much more. . .
Your community becomes your content curators [Tweet This]
Items mentioned in this episode
Finding Our Hunger Podcast [00:03:44.19]
Cliff Ravenscraft’s Podcasting A to Z [00:05:18.01]
Facebook ‘friend’ sends anonymous note: Stop the vacation postings[00:07:57.10]
Facebook Princeton Study Debunked [00:28:34.18
The UnMarketing Facebook Page [00:40:57.29]
Not being able to enjoy other people’s happiness is a problem with you, not a problem with the people who are happy.
Video provided by: AtomicSpark
Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound