Social Media Slice for October 22, 2018 : Facebook low quality ads, Instagram Post Templates, and Pinterest Hashtags


MOTIVATIONAL SLICE

Our #MondayMotivation comes from a tweet by Cathy Dilliott @Dilliotto

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


MAIN SLICE

FACEBOOK WEEDING OUT LOW QUALITY ADS- Last week, we discussed Facebook and a “Relevance Score” impacting your budget spend. This week, the topic is the enticement; if it sounds like clickbait be warned. Facebook is cracking down on low-quality ads by reducing distribution or disapproving them altogether. More


SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY

PINTEREST HASHTAG STRATEGY- Do you use hashtags on your Pinterest descriptions? Just using is not enough. Peg Fitzpatrick advises a well thought out strategy will maximize brand awareness and reinforce your client’s expertise in the target niche market. More


SLICE INGREDIENTS

INSTAGRAM POST TEMPLATE OPTIONS- Canva, Recite This, and Creative Market explored as options for Instagram templates. More


SLICE ON THE GO

DISCOUNT AIRLINES, KNOW BEFORE YOU GO- You get what you pay for and nothing more is an apt description of “discount” airlines such as Spirit, Frontier and Allegiant. Don’t be upset if there are charges for water and carry-ons. Here is a Users Guide. More


As a Social Media Manager or Small Business Owner, what is one of YOUR biggest pain points? Could it be the blogging process? You KNOW you need blogs for improved SEO on Google, but researching, writing, revising to include keywords, and then editing are very time-consuming tasks. Especially if it takes you THREE HOURS to write the first paragraph!

On the other hand, I can write three paragraphs just getting out of bed. Make better use of your time and tap into my over 40 years of experience as a reporter, editor, and free-lance community writer to generate your creative content. – Anthony Scialis, Managing Editor, SoMe Slice

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