Monthly Archives: January 2011

5 Steps To Get the Most of Facebook Ads

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false] Facebook sells a lot of advertising —  $1.86 Billion dollars in 2010, to be exact. Facebook ads can be a great tool to build your business. Here are 5  pointers to get the most out of your … Continue reading

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Using Facebook Ads to Grow Your Business: Case Studies

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false] In this post, we’ll look at a few case studies to see what actually happened when several businesses used Facebook ads to accomplish two very different goals: Case Study #1: A B2C  suburban tutoring business ran ads … Continue reading

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How a Facebook Post about Goats Helped Sell Two Farms (and other stories from RE Barcamp NY 2011)

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false] There’s a January social media tradition in NYC each year: the day before the Inman Connect NYC Real Estate Conference, a barcamp is organized by the Lucky Strikers Social Media Club.  RE Barcamp NY (REBCNY) is attended … Continue reading

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The Social Media Time Crunch: Crowd Sourcing A Solution

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]If you have launched a social media effort and have trouble keeping it going, you are not alone.  This cartoon exposes a painful truth. The real question is, what can we do about it?  (credit to talented humorist  … Continue reading

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