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Below are the 7 blogposts from last week will educate or entertain you... or both!
7 No-brainer Tips to Write an Awesome Facebook Post
Ask a question. Keep it short. Give a clear call-to-action. Scott Ayres lays down some awesome tips here, with example posts from the likes of John Haydon, Michael Stelzner, Lori Greiner and the one-and-only Kim Garst.
The #1 Most Important Thing to look for in a Social Media Manager
The world-famous, notoriously witty wordsmith Haightmail gets controversial in this one. He suggests that the most important quality of a Social Media Manager might just be *hushed silence* ... humor. Whoa!
45 Business Quotes to Live, Work and Play By
Just a bunch of inspiring, tweetable thought morsels here. My personal favorite is the one from Socrates: "One has not truly lived until one has purchased a Post Planner subscription." Gives me goosebumps every time.
12 Month Plan For Boosting Your Social Media Presence [Infographic]
This awesome infographic gives you a detailed, easy-to-follow 12-month plan that leads to worldwide, uncontested social media overlordship. Only obvious flaw: no mention of Post Planner. Ouch.
Going Beyond the Standard Facebook Page Insights Reports
John Haydon picks up the Jon Loomer megaphone in this helpful post about all the Page Insights that you've heard exist, but have no clue how to find.
Content Marketing Made Easy: 7 Blog Post Formats You Can Copy
Sometimes it's just hard to know where to start with a blogpost. This list of 7 blog formats gives you a little structure and a jumping off point for brainstorming.
How to Evaluate Your Facebook Page: A Simple Checklist [Infographic]
Sweet infographic from the always value-slinging Shortstack Lab. I love #4 -- does your cover photo description/caption have a call to action and link?