Social Media Slice for September 10, 2018

You may find an Instant Experience at Facebook but not so many 18-29 year olds. Plus tips to attract engagement on LinkedIn and not contract diseases at airport security. All today on SoMe Slice.

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers and Small Business Owners doing their own marketing.


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Much, much more than a cosmetic name change, FACEBOOK CANVAS is now called INSTANT EXPERIENCE with a lot of business-oriented extras. These campaigns reportedly load 15 times faster than standard mobile websites. They automatically add the Facebook Pixel to your campaigns. And there’s more


Looking to reach the 18-29 age bracket for your small biz client? Don’t look so hard on Facebook. A recent study says 44% of users in that target niche say they have deleted the Facebook app from their phone in the past year! We have that and other adjustments by users in different age categories. More


Do you know the difference between a post and an article on LINKEDIN? Or that you can use emoji? Here are 7 insights to improving your engagement performance on LinkedIn. More


WASH HANDS BEFORE & AFTER AIRPORT SECURITY. People have asked why is there a travel category on SLICE. What does it have to do with Social Media or Small Business. Simply put you travel a lot. You need to know things that will make your flights more comfortable. Or in today’s case, about a health warning. More

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Published by Anthony Scialis, Social Media Content Creator

My name is Anthony Scialis and I used to be a newspaper writer. For over 40 years I covered the business and entertainment beats for community newspapers & magazines. Now, I use research & writing experience to provide Small Business Owners with customer-centric information. I assist with writing blogs and tweets, freeing up small biz owners to focus on what they enjoy and do best— run their businesses.

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